Seattle Police Begin Gun Confiscations: No Laws Broken, No Warrant, No Charges

Authored by Mac Slavo via,

A man in Seattle has had his gun confiscated by police after breaking no laws. The police took his gun without a warrant and without pressing any charges.  Tyranny has officially taken hold on American soil.

This sets a precedent that government can now forcefully take guns away from an individual without a crime being committed or an arrest being made and without a warrant. In the name of fear and political exploitation of anti-gun rhetoric, a citizen’s Second Amendment rights have been ripped away from him by the government.

The new “red flag” law, which has taken hold in other states already, allows the courts and law enforcement to take away guns from individuals they deem are dangerous and they’ve just begun the confiscationA man living in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington became the first individual in the state to have his firearm confiscated without any formal arrest or charges.  The man was not identified by authorities.

Neighbors complained that the man had been “staring” at people through storefront windows while wearing a holstered firearm. He was not brandishing his weapon by any account, and open carrying is legal in the area, so he was abiding by the law. Other residents also complained that the man’s open carrying made them feel “uncomfortable” and “unsafe.”

“He was roaming the hallways with a .25 caliber automatic,” said Tony Montana, a man who lives in the same apartment complex as the gun owner and a person without any reasonable gun knowledge.  Handguns are semi-automatic.

These lousy complaints from neighbors allowed police to use the newly passed state law to confiscate the man’s firearm because the man apparently stared at others.  Maybe there’s a ban on staring at others in Washington we are unaware of. Under the extreme risk protection orders — also referred to as “erpos” or “red flag laws” —  police (government officials) are now allowed to violate a person’s Second and Fourth Amendment rights (which are basic fundamental human rights) and take their legally acquired personal property if they are tattled on by offended liberals.

Tyranny has now taken hold on American soil.



Bes Tue, 03/06/2018 - 16:58 Permalink

Seattle Police Follow the Trump Doctrine Begin Gun Confiscations: No Laws Broken, No Warrant, No Charges

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 AllTimeWhys Tue, 03/06/2018 - 17:15 Permalink

I live on the left coast. I fucking hate it. One more reason, in the pile of reasons, to rent out my house and go mobile.

I lived in Seattle, 20 years ago, while attending the UW. I know (used to know) that part of the city. Lots of hippies, there was a club you could openly smoke pot in back in the 1990s before it was legal. There was also a lot of homeless and marginal housing in the area mixed in with small studios. It wasn't the nicest part of town. No idea what it is like now.

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Barfetto HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Tue, 03/06/2018 - 17:58 Permalink

I was born and raised in Seattle. Lived there until 2 years ago when I moved 300 miles away. My Aunt used to work at candy distributers near first and Bell street in what is now Belltown. It used to be a nice city. Back in the 50's, my cousin and I would get free candy and charms where she worked. They should rename Seattle: Sodom after their mayor Ed Murray resigned over a pedophilia charge. The only difference between a Sodomite and a pedophile is time.  I don't know which is more liberal; Seattle or Portland but it figures that they would start gun confiscation there.

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Croesus Barfetto Tue, 03/06/2018 - 18:08 Permalink

Here comes a downvote Shoah:

While I'm a very pro-gun person, I absolutely hate the fact that some gunowners interpret their 2A Rights as an open license to act like assholes.

Case in point:

I was out at a bar with some friends one night (guy's night out), and 1 of the guys I was with started a fight with another group. When he got called-out by the other group, he said "You really want to do it, we can, but I got an M-16 in the trunk of my car out there". (He in fact, did have a full-auto M-16 in the car, but without the gun, he wouldn't have had any balls at all).

I calmed the situation down, a la "Sorry about my friend, he's had a lot to drink", and was cool with the other group...and then tore this idiot I was with a new asshole for starting a fight in the first place, again, ONLY because he outmatched the other group.

The problem is, every time gun owners act like dipshits, it just adds supportive evidence to the cause of the Antigun Commie Libtard Cocksuckers who don't know a damn thing about guns, but think nobody except "The Benevolent Government" should have them, because their only sources of information are leftist propaganda, and other forms of brainwashing...made-for-TV "evil domestic-abuser man" movies, Oprah, The View, etc.

In the case of this creep in Seattle, the guy has a gun on display, and is out in public acting strangely.

What are the cops supposed to do?

Take a chance that maybe the guy's okay, and there's an innocent reason for how he's acting? What if they're wrong? (They'd be publicly crucified, if the guy turns out to be a nutter, and they failed to prevent a needless shooting, when they had a chance to, especially in a place like Seattle).

I'm on the side of the cops with this one. They made a judgment call based on the circumstances and available information, with the intention of protecting the public.

Not everything is a grand conspiracy.

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Luc X. Ifer Croesus Tue, 03/06/2018 - 18:29 Permalink

Agree. Let me fix it for you gunnuts - don't behave like a psychopath asshole carrying your gun trough the neighborhood, there are no constitutional rights helping you from being perceived as dangerous. Otherwise - I'm full for the 2nd, all decent citizens shouldn't be judged trough the prism of the nutcases. 

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Theosebes Goodfellow D Nyle Tue, 03/06/2018 - 19:17 Permalink

+1000 Croesus.

With greater freedom, (the right to carry firearms), comes greater responsibility. You are supposed to behave like an adult at all times. You are expected to act in a reasoned and sensible fashion. When you fail to do that, as in Crouses's friend and the guy in Seattle who was disarmed, you will and do have that most cherished of rights withdrawn, if not permanently, at least temporarily. It also helps to have a friend like Croesus who will and did climb in your wheelhouse if you happen to be screwing up. So did the guy in Seattle get a psych review? I would tend to think that would be the top priority.

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eforce Theosebes Goodfellow Tue, 03/06/2018 - 19:22 Permalink

It doesn't matter how many shootings happen or how gun owners act.

TPTB wants you disarmed, if excuses don't exist they will create them.

Democracy is inherently totalitarian.

"Every republic passes through several stages. The first of these is comprised in the early days of mad raging by the blind mob, tossed hither and thither, right and left: the second is demagogy from which is born anarchy, and that leads inevitably to despotism - not any longer legal and overt, and therefore responsible despotism, but to unseen and secretly hidden, yet nevertheless sensibly felt despotism in the hands of some secret organization or other, whose acts are the more unscrupulous inasmuch as it works behind a screen, behind the backs of all sorts of agents, the changing of whom not only does not injuriously affect but actually aids the secret force by saving it, thanks to continual changes, from the necessity of expanding its resources on the rewarding of long services."

--The Protocols

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Deathrips eforce Tue, 03/06/2018 - 19:51 Permalink

Im sick of other people telling me what to do. I been sick of that shit for a long time.

I told some bitchez that they could wear shock collars for safety if they want. I get the remote.


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Ecclesia Militans Shillinlikeavillan Wed, 03/07/2018 - 07:25 Permalink

Brandishing a weapon is a violation of CC in most jurisdictions that I am aware of, and I daresay that threatening to pull a weapon (from your waistband or trunk of your car) should be considered brandishing if it isn't already.

This is a nationwide fight over control.  There is not only precedent for seizing firearms based on local ordnance (remember why Wyatt and company shot it up with the Cowboys in Tombstone?)  There is also precedent for waxing and waning of Constitutional rights with respect to ownership rights associated with all types of property (eminent domain anyone?)

The problem in the USA is that these types of events usually end in a death count.  In the late 19th and early 20th centuries organized labor got shot down by Pinkertons (my great uncle who never organized, just paid his meager union dues, was killed by H.C. Frick's Coal & Iron Police for failing to answer the door to his company-owned shack expeditiously: shotgun blast right through the front door because the ethnic Hungarian music playing at his first-born son's Christening was too loud apparently.)  When the West Virginia "Red Necks" fought back in the 1920s, in comes the Army with belt-fed weapons that they fired from a slow moving train right into the union tent camps.

Quid pro quo Clarice.

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boattrash Ecclesia Militans Wed, 03/07/2018 - 07:35 Permalink

In the words of a wise man, Jack Spirko, 288 people died in school shootings in a 10 yr period.

In the same time frame, over 57,000 school aged people committed suicide.

Why are our young people choosing death over life? per math, your kid is damn near 300 times more likely to come home and end his/her own life, than to be killed in a school shooting.

Sucks don't it?...please home-school

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Bwana boattrash Wed, 03/07/2018 - 12:33 Permalink

The most prominent factor in mass shootings and suicides is SSRIs (Selective Serotonin Re-uptake Inhibitors). Virtually all of the mass shootings in which the person or their corpse was examined for SSRIs, they were present. It is a proven fact that when a person has "Low Folate Depression" SSRIs will cause homicidal or suicidal ideation. These drugs should only be prescribed by a psychiatrist after extensive testing but instead they are prescribed by everyone with a prescription pad. To answer your question Boattrash the children and young adults who are overwhelmed by the complexities of our society, who recognise that they will soon have to compete successfully or end up on the street and have few if any friends are prescribed SSRIs that are known to cause homicidal and suicidal ideation, without any testing or weekly follow-up. Basically you have a young person without peer help, adult help, who feels like a trapped rat and them some idiot with a prescription pad prescribes a powerful mind altering drug without determining the type of depression the person has and them are surprised when the person kills them self, kills others or both. The deaths are not all attributed to firearms as the MSM would like everyone to believe. Many people worldwide use cars, knives, pipes, baseball bats, or any other weapon that is convenient. 

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space junk new game Wed, 03/07/2018 - 01:26 Permalink

yeah that indeed is the problem in a nutshell.  No pun intended.


They will harass, incite, start fights, spit on us, push us, hit us, etc....just to get a video clip so that their (cleverly placed friend with video cam or cellphone cam) can make some video go viral.  CONTEXT IS IRRELEVANT.  We cannot give them ANY reason, nor ANY opportunity (such as a person alone, open-carrying) because they see their cause as a jihad. Like good little nazi brownshirts that they are....



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Theosebes Goodfellow RumpleShitzkin Wed, 03/07/2018 - 16:50 Permalink

First off, love you bio. Welcome back from the banned, er, dead.

Yes, open carry is legal, (theoretically, but not everywhere). It is also not the brightest thing to do IMO, for two reasons.

The first is that is a scenario when a bad guy walks into a place of business intent on robbing it, (convenience store, etc.), the first guy he shoots is the guy open-carrrying. By carrying in the open you become the shooter's first target.

The second is a little more esoteric. What is one's purpose to carry openly? "just because I can"? What message are you trying to convey? Machismo? That one is a badass? That one is not to be fucked with? Is intimidation of those one encounters in day-to-day life important? If it is, then one needs to look into why one feels that way. The firearm isn't the solution.

~"you guys are the assholes if you bow to the will of the fearful shitlib."~

WTF is that? I moved from one state to another explicitly because the former, (California), restricted my ability to be secure in  my person and property at all times. Do I carry in my new home state? Yes. But I carry concealed and I have a permit to carry. I have also taken training to improve my odds of not running afoul of the law if the situation should arise where I would have to use my weapon, (God forbid). It should be noted that my new state does not require a permit, but issues one to those who wish to have one, in the event they have to travel to other states where they are required.

If you are open-carrying a .25 caliber pistol, (assuming that is what you meant), I would venture to say that you may find yourself seriously under-powered if you are ever in a real-life situation where your life depended on it. 

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Jeffersonian Liberal D Nyle Wed, 03/07/2018 - 11:58 Permalink

We do have to consider the very real possibility that this one asshole in the many-assholed city of Seassholes is ANTI-GUN and ANTI-2ND AMENDMENT and that he did this simply to give open carry, concealed carry and gun ownership a bad name.

I don't doubt for one second this was a far-left, Bernie-sucking agent provocateur.

I know a lot of gun carriers. Each and every one of them is as absolutely nice and calm and patient as they possibly can be, especially when carrying. Their goal is to avoid any situation at all that may result in a confrontation. None of them would open carry and act like this douchebag in the city of Seassholes.


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GUS100CORRINA Luc X. Ifer Tue, 03/06/2018 - 18:50 Permalink

So, they have shredded the 2nd Amendment in Seattle.

They have taken away the ability of citizens to defend themselves and thereby restricted their FREEDOM given them under the US Constitution. (Dan Bongino in many of his radio shows provides excellent information on the topic of FREEDOM and why there is no such thing as "GUN CONTROL" in a society where criminals don't care about the RULE OF LAW.)

Maybe it is time to put Seattle under MARTIAL LAW at the FEDERAL LEVEL and lock up the local police force since they are now in violation of the US Constitution.

Is this where this whole situation is headed because of an IGNORANT MARXIST PROGRESSIVE LIBERAL culture that wants to unwittingly turn America into a POLICE STATE??

Going forward, WE THE PEOPLE need to vote every single DEMOCRAT and RINO out of office in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections if we want to preserve what is left of the republic. Think about it.

Choose wisely America because the days are EVIL.

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