Police Used Facebook To Track Gun Supporters 

Why would Brandon Vreeland and James Baker decide to test the Dearborn police in an open carry issue, inside te police station? If they wanted to test whether or not police are monitoring them via social media, they could do it without strapping weapons to their bodies and walking into the station. Take their photos and put them in the dictionary with the definition of STUPID. 

As Written By Eric Libermann for The Daily Caller:

A lawyer says law enforcement in Dearborn, Mich., conducted a “political witch hunt” after his clients were arrested for carrying firearms into a police station.

Brandon Vreeland, 40, and James Baker, 24, were arrested Feb. 5 after the younger one, clad with a black ski mask, walked into the police department with a short-barreled rifle strapped to his chest, and a semi-automatic pistol tied to his waist, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Vreeland left his gun in the car so he could videotape the encounter as an experiment to see if police would respect the Second Amendment rights of the U.S. Constitution. Both have previously said they are legal gun owners, and that Michigan law allows them to carry their weapon openly, including in a police station.

The men allege that police knew of their arrival because of a fake Facebook account that was used to track their activities. Officers reportedly had their guns drawn before Baker and Vreeland reached the…..

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Lawyer: Police Are Using Facebook To Track Gun Supporters | The Daily Caller

 

 

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