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Man arrested with four guns at New York's Kennedy airport

Luscious Lars Wrote: Oct 26, 2013 11:33 PM
This almost sounds like a set up with the arrestee being part of the whole thing. I wouldn't put it past the leftists, who want more gun control, to set up a "scene" to make it look just as if we need more gun control laws. High capacity ammunition? .22 rifles? One loaded? Either this guy is one of the biggest dopes on the face of the earth, or he was part of this "act" for media consumption.
John3138 Wrote: Oct 26, 2013 11:35 PM
got any evidence? Or just complete conjecture?
Luscious Lars Wrote: Oct 27, 2013 8:18 AM
No evidence John3138 which is why I used the words "It almost sounds like a set up", and "I wouldn't put it past the leftists..." No where in my post do I make any definitive declarations, as if I had concrete evidence. I also pointed out that it could be that this guy is the biggest dope in the planet. So back off with the attitude, OK? I was just putting out some fodder for thought, because this story seems to be so far out of the norm, almost as if it had been set up, OR the guy was just a big dope. Verstehen Sie, Comrade?

By Kevin Murphy

(Reuters) - A Tennessee man faces six felony weapons charges after police found two rifles, two handguns and high-capacity ammunition in luggage he was trying to check at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday, an official said.

Police arrested Keenan Draughon, 23, at about 8 a.m. EDT when the guns and ammunition were found in his bags, said Joe Pentangelo, spokesman for the Port Authority of New York.

Draughon, who is from Clarksville, Tennessee, approached the counter at United Airlines and declared he had two cases of firearms to transport, Queens District Attorney Richard...