Friday, January 18, 2008

How LA is Solving the Gang Problem, an Update.

In my post How LA is Solving the Gang Problem, I commented on how an L.A. gang leader's arrest pretty much describes to a "T" the basic failures of the Los Angles City Counsel in their handling of the gangs in L.A. What makes this case interesting is the fact that this gang leader was also the founder of an "anti violence" group called "No Guns".

Well, to make a long story short, the Founder of Anti-Gun Group Pleads No Contest to Weapons Charges.

H/T to David with No Contest and SayUncle with Irony, and Lance with Anti-violence group founder pleads to weapons charges.

You know what really pisses me off about this case?
Arrellano also pleaded no contest to machine gun conversion and possessing a silencer and acknowledged that the crime was committed for the benefit of a criminal street gang.

She was given until Tuesday to surrender for sentencing and would likely be sentenced to four years in prison, prosecutors said.
Komifornia, one of the biggest anti gun, anti liberty, nanny states in the country is going to sentence this jr. goblin to only four years in prison. They stole $1,500,000 from the L.A. taxpayers. They misrepresented themselves and an anti gun/anti violence group and built fully automatic firearms for gangs. They sold these firearms to gangs for the purpose of killing rival gang members and innocent bystanders. Their entire intent and purpose was to defraud the public and provide weapons to gangs so they could further their violent criminal activities. And she only gets 4 years. What a crock of ...

So you remember Wayne Fincher? Wayne has been sentenced to 6 1/2 years in federal prison for possessing fully automatic firearms. Wayne Fincher was not a drug dealer, thief, rapist, burglar or any other type of violent individual. Wayne Fincher is a leader of the Militia of Washington County, Arkansas. For more on Wayne Fincher, go here and here. And if you are interested in getting to the heart of the matter, you should read The Silver Bullet. Read the Silver Bullet, understand what Wayne was attempting to accomplish, and then contrast it with this case out of L.A.

2 comments:

Hyunchback said...

Looks like you've found my next installment on my blog's new segment.

JR said...

hyunchback, that is a great segment. Good idea.