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Police Forcibly Enter Home, Take Guns & Lock Away 50 Yr. Old Navy Vet for 72 Hrs.


Streamed live on Mar 27, 2013 by george4title

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From David:

My name is David A Schmecker. If possible I’d like to get my story known to as many people as possible.

To make this as brief as possible I live in Connecticut and I’m 50 years old and I’m an honorably discharged disabled NAVY veteran.. I don’t have a psychiatric past or a criminal past.

Feb 5th 2013 my veterans hospital primary care doctor called my home and heard a message on my answering machine he said sounded peculiar and the VA contacted the local police to perform a wellness check.

The police came to my home and without any justification whatsoever, hauled me away for a psychiatric evaluation to a local hospital. I submitted to their forceful insistence under duress and fear of arrest or worse. I wasn’t arrested and no crime was committed nor any threats made to myself or others.

They confiscated my guns and pistol permit. I was released two days later from the evaluation on my on recognizance I have since attempted to use the courts and attorneys to fight the revocation of my pistol permit Then on top of everything else, the bills from the short stay at the hospital and ems bills they billed me and what I had to pay the attorney adds up to a large amount of money.

I’m just a nobody so there is obviously a campaign orchestrated to disarm law abiding citizens and the Veterans Administration has found a
loophole in the system to do it. Because I’m a nobody they feel empowered to be able to do this to me.

I must be the tip of the ice burg of this campaign and they are testing the waters to see what they can get away with and with whom. They have messed
with my life and my rights. If I wasn’t hurt I could just walk away from the VA but I utilize their benefit for all of my
healthcare needs.. I am very concerned about where this country is headed.

David’s Contact Info: diamondznrust@att.net

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26 Responses to Police Forcibly Enter Home, Take Guns & Lock Away 50 Yr. Old Navy Vet for 72 Hrs.

  1. Fred says:

    Everybody with weapons needs to hide them.

  2. cybro says:

    Gee, I wonder if Veterans should stay away from the VA hospitals?

  3. Yeims says:

    Maybe the lesson here is to not share personal information such as your phone number or email address with the government and don’t put creative messages on your recorder.

    • Jolly Roger says:

      Are you kidding me?
      The “lesson” here is that we’re being systematically disarmed, one by one if need be, starting with the vets. History’s lesson here is that this will lead to genocide if it’s allowed to continue.

  4. Sideshow says:

    If your a vet and visit a VA you are WRONG.
    If you are a Vet and do anything related to government offices, you are WRONG
    If you are a vet, and allow yourself to go under the scope anywhere in this country, and you are a gun owner….you are WRONG, and deserve to loose them…Why? because if your a vet, to dumb to see whats going on around you, then you are not safe around me, another Vet, when it goes south……because I dont know where your head will be when the dust kicks up.

  5. Dennis says:

    When many declare it time to hide your guns, it is, clearly, time to use them for their intended purpose.

    • Millard says:

      What the hell good is a gun gonna do ya if it’s buried in the backyard. Come on people, lock and load.

      • Jolly Roger says:

        This is true — one has to be ready at all times, but one has to be hidden too.

        My reasoning for this (which many people disagree with) is that it makes no sense to take on a swat team single-handed, because you’ll only be able to kill one or two of them. Sometimes it’s better to survive an attack by not fighting so you can get a better kill ratio later.

        This vet is a perfect example. He didn’t shoot at them, so he’ll still be around for the fight, and if he had one hidden, he’d still be armed too.

  6. grego says:

    If someone comes to your home with NO warrant and trys to force there way in, they are no different than any other home invader ..take the same stance you would with any other thug….A badge dont mean crap without a valid warrant..just get back and wait for entry…

  7. REDHORSE says:

    JR, good reasoning of which i do agree with.

  8. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    The water is starting to get mighty hot.

    And I still don’t see that frog jumping out yet.

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