As I was reading an article about the raid
on Audrey Hudson’s home I was so confused I
read it again. I think I’ve got it now.
The Maryland State Police along with the
Homeland Security Department’s Federal Air
Marshal Service and the Coast Guard
Investigative Service woke this woman up
at 4:30 am, in full body armor, to execute
a search warrant for a potato gun.
The warrant was signed by a judge in another
county, and during the search all firearms
and some files were taken from the home.
Then when authorities found out the files
were authorized under the freedom of information
act, they were returned.
But the guns are not going to be returned
because of something her husband did in 1986.
And the supposed reason for the interest in
the potato gun in the first place is her
husband bought it off a supposed arms dealer
5 years ago on the internet.
Yeah, I can see how a judge could put all
that together to issue a search warrant.
This story makes if official. Our government
has lost its mind. But don’t take our word
for it, read it in the Washington Times.
Comments are always welcome.