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N.J. seized this man’s gun because he glorified violence against Jews, cops say Anonymous 11/07/2019 (Thu) 22:51:35 No. 13837
https://archive.is/mUgwb

>At first, Greco, 51, refused to answer the door. He only spoke with officers after his parents came home and allowed them in the modest home.
>As police questioned him about comments he made on a far-right social media platform, Greco was “extremely agitated and angry,” authorities said, but he did not talk about acting out on his disdain for Jewish people. However, they also noted that he said he “believes that Jews are raping our woman and children” and that “force or violence is necessary to realign society.
>On Sept. 6, police once again visited Greco’s home, descending without warning, to seize his gun and ammunition.
>Unknown to Greco, a Camden County Superior Court Judge Edward McBride had issued a temporary extreme risk protection order earlier that day based on an affidavit regarding Greco’s behavior. The order allowed police to execute a no-knock search warrant of his home and seize one semi-automatic rifle, ammunition and his firearms purchaser ID card.

>Five days after the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act went into effect, a petition was filed against Greco by an anonymous person within New Jersey’s Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness.
>The petitioner explained that through FBI contacts, they determined that Greco was “involved in online anti-Semitism.” Before the shooting that killed 11 inside a Pittsburgh synagogue in October 2018, Greco had communicated with the accused shooter, according to the petition. Greco denied this claim and “denounced” what the shooter did, he said in a statement.
>“I never at any time had any contact or communication whatsoever with the 2018 Pittsburgh Temple shooter, and I specifically stated that I thought what he had done was clearly wrong, disgraceful and horrible,” Greco said.
>After mass shootings this summer in El Paso and Ohio, “precautions” were taken by federal and local law enforcement agencies and they interviewed Greco about his posts on Gab.com, a popular online social forum for far-right groups, according to the petition, which was dedicated to anti-Semitism and white supremacy.
>From their interview with Greco, law enforcement said he was extremely intelligent, but noted he held anti-Semitic views.
>“His behavior was methodical and focused on facts, specifically from Nazi Germany,” the petition says about the interview. “Greco believes that force or violence is necessary to realign society.”
>“He believes that Jews are raping our woman and children,” the petition says.
>The day after the petition was filed, Judge McBride found “good cause” that Greco presented an immediate danger to himself or others. The order said even after being visited by law enforcement in August, Greco continued his “glorification of extreme violence against Jewish people” and has a “history of threats or acts of violence” towards himself and others.
>Judge McBride issued a temporary extreme risk protection order act and search warrant of Greco’s home, where authorities recovered a rifle the following day.
>“He was shocked. He was upset. He had no clue that they were going to be coming to his house,” said Rescinio, Greco’s attorney. “It wasn’t like he was holding a cache of weapons or he had automatic firearms. He had one legal rifle. That was it.”


A few takeaways;
<Don't clearpost
<Don't namefag
<Hide your powerlevel when speaking to cops, doctors, ect. (Even off-color humor/sacrasm will be intentionally misrepresented in their reports)
<Better yet, just don't talk to them at all.
<Efforts to remain in compliance with gun laws will be used against you (owner/carry permits, FFL transactions, online orders)
<Keep unregistered spares hidden away from your residence and vehicle
<They will use real or imagined associations as an angle of attack (like the warrant for ALL 8ch posters in Tarrant's thread, regardless of content/commentary posted. Or like this guy in the article using GAB like Bowers)
<FBIniggers initiated the ERPO in this article and the ERPO in WA against the atomwaffen guy. Despite lacking a Federal framework to implement ERPOs, they are feeding info to and petitioning Red Flag states to do their dirty work for them
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>Camden County NJ
>no guns
That man is fucked
https://camdencountypros.org/category/murder/
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Thought criminals need to contact laws firm specializing the first amendment and fight this nonsense.

don't post threats
don't post your weapons
don't post bomb making instructions
don't incite violence

Watch from 40:44 https://youtube.com/watch?v=b2d7aaL-vr4
>>13843
>don't post bomb making instructions
When was that made illegal? I used to see all sorts of high energy stuff published as "educational", but now I'm seeing people catching charges for disseminating that same kind of information.
Is it a matter of the context surrounding the informative bits? Or is it all illegal now?
Rights shall never be taken away. Kill the arresting officer. Rape his daughter.
eagerly awaiting the day when the targeted individual gives the gungrabbers his guns bullets first
>“extremely agitated and angry”
>“believes that Jews are raping our woman and children”
>“involved in online anti-Semitism.”
>“His behavior was methodical and focused on facts, specifically from Nazi Germany,”
>“He believes that Jews are raping our woman and children,” >“glorification of extreme violence against Jewish people”
>“history of threats or acts of violence”

Formulating a negative opinion about Jews that is based upon "facts" regarding their propensity to engage in sexual violence is used as evidence to remove someone's capacity to defend themselves and have their property removed.

The goyim are awakening.

It appears he has a lawyer who is engaged in a class action lawsuit regarding his thought crime disarming.
>https://www.nj.com/news/2019/11/nj-man-glorified-extreme-violence-against-jews-cops-say-so-they-seized-his-gun.html

Attached are the guidelines for the an "Extreme Risk Protective Order" in NJ.

1. has any history of threats or acts of violence directed toward self or others
2. history of use, attempted use, or threatened use of physical force
3. subject of domestic restraining order
4. subject of sexual assault protective order
5. has any prior arrests, pending charges, or convictions for a violence indictable crime or disorderly persons offense
6. has any prior arrests, pending charges, or convictions for cruelty to animals
7. history of drug or alcohol abuse
8. recently purchased a firearm, ammunition or other deadly weapon
9 recklessly used displayed or brandished a firearm
10. has received a previous extreme risk protective order
11. has violated a previous extreme risk protective order
12. has been housed in a mental facility
13. has received mental health treatment
14. has failed to comply with mental health treatment
15. has received a diagnosis of a mental health disorder

It appears they cast a very wide and nebulous net of "factors" that they can use to snare someone.

It appears a subject will be forced to speak to a mental health professional. This is where someone's thoughts will be declared wrongthink and some unread marxist educated SJW useful idiot will declare the discovery of a mental illness disarming the subject forever, very Bolshevik.
>>13864
So if you're ERPO'd in Jew Jersey, what's to stop you from moving to Pennsylvania and ignoring their kangaroo court proceedings? If it's not classified like domestic abuse protection orders (or not recognized in other states as one), then what can they do other than keep whatever guns they seized?
If there's no Federal recognition of ERPOs then would the Feds deny a NICS check in another state (after switching residency)?

I guess it's all academic at this point because this is new ground and it's built on incredibly bad "law". I'd bet you'd still be getting a visit at your new home (or NJ would find a way to issue a warrant/psych hold on some contrived bullshit).
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>>13847

Context is an essential element of intent.

A subject who transmits information regarding the construction of an explosive device to a subject who intends to use that information in an unlawful manner is committing a crime.

FED: I intend to violate the law with an explosive device but I'm not sure how.

Anon:
A1. Perform steps x,y,z!
A2. anon responds with book

FED: You're going to do 20 years in prison terrorist scum!

https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/18/2332a
>>13843
>Watch from 40:44
Yeah, Trump loosed the Feds on us (which is hilarious after his constant bitching about the 'Deep State' coup perpetrated by the same fucking people)

It was rumored that Trump had floated enlisting social media/big tech to eavesdrop for the purpose of red flagging people when he was kicking around gun control ideas this past Summer.

Got a kick out of the "threat assessments" the Fedniggers are providing to social media.
>Well you don't haaaaave to take down this content, but here's our threat assessment on it.
As if they aren't going to act on it, even just for liability's sake.
>Oy Vey! You ignored this super serious "threat assessment" from the esteemed FBI. I award 6 gorillion dollars to the plaintiff.

Obviously, this is the same pressure they're putting on the states now (Although, I doubt NJ was coerced.)
>>13867

I'm not a glownigger, cop, or lawyer. I'm just trying to dissuade shitposters from getting their lives fucked up royal and protect my 1a and 2a rights in the process.

By the time a subject has been hauled into court, I would expect that subject to be passively monitored forever.

>subject has phone/homing beacon in pocket.
>feds flag being within 30 yards of a gun store/range
>subject pings near gunstore or range

>subject is searching for guns on computer
>subject looks up location details at gun store website
>subject checks bank account

Time for the feds to perform "parallel construction." Lets get someone down to the range the next this pattern is observed to snap a photo of him shooting, get a warrant, and raid his pad.

It's all so Orwellian and tiresome. Just wait until the sky is littered with delivery drones that can detect your cell phone and provide video from multiple angles, 3d mapping a city in real time.

Yeah, it's about delivering garbage from Amazon, not a total information awareness surveillance state.
>>13871
Thanks for clearing that up.
Given how maliciously they are exaggerating tangential associations it would be dangerous to discuss such topics here (or pretty much anywhere outside of politically benign science forums).
The FBI isnt going to do a goddamn thing. Fuck off this board with the garbage meme. Muh law enforcement. Muh constitution. Muh clear text
>>13875

My hope is the glownigger abuse of Trump motivates him to reign in the surveillance state.

The 9/11 Jewhad false flag has really done a number on the country.
>>13876
>feds flag being within 30 yards of a gun store/range
I would spend 30 minutes everyday staring at the windows of a gun store just to get the feds mad.
>>13864
>8. recently purchased a firearm, ammunition or other deadly weapon
Literally be no gun or you're an enemy of the state. RIGHT THERE.
This factor is squarely opposed to the 2A.
>15. has received a diagnosis of a mental health disorder
Oh that one. If you knew how much Jews crave the day they will legally be able to categorize antisemitism as a "mental health disorder". They and their shabbos already made that claim numerous times on TV.
>>13876
>It's all so Orwellian and tiresome. Just wait until the sky is littered with delivery drones that can detect your cell phone and provide video from multiple angles, 3d mapping a city in real time
Cancerous/weaponizeable 5G will do that too.
All that to download more HD/4K/8K propaganda.
Fuck this dystopian world, can't wait for it to come down. It is as you say tiresome.
>>13880
>My hope is the glownigger abuse of Trump motivates him to reign in the surveillance state.
Impossible. He'd have to purge 99% of it.

https://archive.is/UsmvW
>It checked Federal Election Commission records and reported that of the roughly $2 million given by feds in 14 agencies, “about $1.9 million, or 95 percent, went to” Clinton, the Democrat. It said that Department of Justice political donors gave 99 percent of their money to Clinton, while at the State Department, which she once headed, only 1 percent of the reported political contributions went to candidate Trump. It said that Trump got $8,756 from Justice employees, compared to $286,797 (at that date) for Clinton. Of the political contributions from Internal Revenue Service workers, 94 percent went to Clinton.
>>13936
What a shame that the mega corps are weaponizing the youth with super dangerous 5g devices. Be sure to use your iodine as the 5g network becomes more prolific as well as the distribution of the devices that are 5g capable too. What baffles me is whatever college town or hs is all littered folks with brand new devices all used to shitpost on social media. Makes me feel like a good goy with a flip.


>>13935
>15. has received a diagnosis of a mental health disorder
Oh that one. If you knew how much Jews crave the day they will legally be able to categorize antisemitism as a "mental health disorder". They and their shabbos already made that claim numerous times on TV.

Not sure if the data was tamperd or shoa'd but I recall seeing employment data regarding suicides, those who were psychcologists ended up with the highest rate. Really makes the the brain stem shiggy diggy.
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>>13943
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3124780/

Not a field that attracts the well-adjusted. The shrinks that aren't projecting probably have an axe to grind - like the fedgov drones, that profession leans hard left.
>>13943
>Mega corps
Are you that surprised, honestly? The exploitation of the basest greed and the Jew pulling the strings behind.
I'm pretty sure that even the high tier kikes are pretty ready to sacrifice tons of their own community's sheeple for their own reign.
I think having read somewhere that between the lines of their eschatological chapters, it was said there would remain only something like 150,000 Jews. Didn't the US Jews reject offers from the 3rd Reich to receive euro Jews?

>>13949
Even the army is forced into hard left with more inclusive shit, gendered toilets, religious-zones for Muslims, etc.
>>14142
not surprised,
thankful
>>13936
>can't wait for it to come down
It will. Everything is too vulnerable and interconnected for it to remain stable in a globalizing world. The longer it continues the more whites will be wiped out and replaced. That is the most infuriating part.
>>13871 literally just trying to blow up a fucking cellphone tower. Goddamn.
>>13843 Wrong.
>>13859
has happened already several times... usually the last thing the guy did... (not to discourage or demoralize anybody - just sayin)

naw, we need to find a way to win, not die...
>>13880
>My hope is the glownigger abuse of Trump motivates him to reign in the surveillance state.

Yeah...fat chance.


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