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Wonderful thoughts. That being said, no matter the outcome, the police will ignore it. They believe they are a law unto themselves. In Nazi Germany the ranks of the Gestapo were filled by regular policeman. If you believe it will be any different here, think again. No society has ever had a lack of those people who would screw over their own citizens for a paycheck, pension, or just because they liked to do it.

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Wonderful thoughts. That being said, no matter the outcome, the police will ignore it. They believe they are a law unto themselves. In Nazi Germany the ranks of the Gestapo were filled by regular policeman. If you believe it will be any different here, think again. No society has ever had a lack of those people who would screw over their own citizens for a paycheck, pension, or just because they liked to do it.

Like the military and police that are agreeing to participate in "Jade Helm". (Basic training exercises to kill American citizens) you know the usual things Nazis would participate in.

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WoW,  for $6.49 per letter, do have to personally sign and show ID???

 

Nope, a secretary or someone authorized to pickup mail for the recipient will sign for it. I know for the Governor they have someone who picks up mail daily not sure about the senators/assemblyman but assume it's the same.

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Also, speaking from experience certified mail/return receipt usually grabs someones attention and generates a response...

I sent letters to my district reps and Senator as well as one to the Governor last Thursday. I will post any replies here that don't appear canned! All of my reps are Democrats and anti gun so I don't expect much!

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One by one, we are starting to get responses. As we are gearing up, to start putting the Information Relay Stands into some of the ranges, we should start getting more people sending out their letters. If you have not done so, please go to www.justifiableneed.com/action. it only takes a moment of your time.

 

To see the responses we received so far, go to: Citizens Protection Act

 

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