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Friday, March 22, 2013


Reports indicate that police in Carneys Point, NJ will not file charges against Shawn Moore, the father who posted a picture of his 10-year-old son holding a .22 caliber hunting rifle on Facebook.

As Breitbart News reported on March 20, the rifle was made to look like an AR-15, and the Moore family believes that, when someone saw the photograph on Facebook, they called New Jersey's anonymous child abuse line.

Carneys Point Police Chief Robert DiGregorio said officers went to the Moore house about 8:15 PM on March 15, after receiving "anonymous tips that a boy there might have access to weapons and ammunition."



Anonymous said...

It's a .22lr plinker ffs. People need to start cleaning their own house, before looking at mine.

Anonymous said...

it doesn't matter if it is a .22 plinkster or the real deal AR, if Dad has schooled his 10 year old on how to safely handle/fire/maintain the firearm, especially under adult supervision, the state has no business there...

Anonymous said...

Cool kid! And a nice gun! I wish I had one just like it!

lmclain said...

Thanks, Mr. Po-leeceman, Iz gonna be a good boy now. They came at night (!?) to his house to "investigate" WHAT crime? What WAS his crime? The boy looked pretty happy in the picture and had all his clothes on. No bomb making material in the pic and no threatenting signs. We have sunk sooo looow. And been cowered like a beaten dog. Man. Four armed men show up to "back up" a civilian official's demand to question and investigate, uh, um, what crime? Did she have a German or Russian accent?