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Tue Aug 13, 2019, 11:56 PM

Cops Uncover Stunningly Large Arsenal After Ohio Man Openly Fantasizes About P. Parenthood Attack



By Eric Heisig, cleveland.com

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Federal prosecutors on Monday charged a Boardman man with making threats against law enforcement, following an investigation that revealed he voiced his support online of mass shootings and lived in a house with 25 guns and 10,000 rounds of ammunition, records show.

Justin Olsen, 18, faces a charge of threatening to assault a federal law enforcement officer. Authorities arrested him on Aug. 7 on state charges and he was taken to the Mahoning County Jail. He has been in custody ever since

Olsen used the handle “ArmyOfChrist” as his moniker on iFunny, a website where people can posts memes, photos and statements on a variety of topics. There, he told fellow users that he supported mass shootings and attacks on Planned Parenthood, according to an affidavit written by FBI agent Themistocles Tsarnas.

The threats included a June 2 discussion about the Branch Dividians in Waco, Texas, officials say. In 1993, cult leader David Koresh and many of his followers were killed following a standoff and raid by state and federal law enforcement.

Olsen wrote, “in conclusion, shoot every federal agent on sight,” according to the affidavit.

While an investigation into Olsen began in February, a prosecutor in Boardman, 80 miles southeast of Cleveland, said on Aug. 6 he could not wait to act on the information in light of recent mass shootings in the U.S., a Boardman police report said. Authorities arrested Olsen as he walked from his home to his car.

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https://www.cleveland.com/court-justice/2019/08/ohio-man-posted-about-mass-shootings-attacking-planned-parenthood-and-federal-agents-authorities-say.html?utm_campaign=clevelanddotcom_sf&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&fbclid=IwAR0txmjggkZ0pEOfnGsKSRRCLuCaqOquihavGgQoJbSnmeLvMts7YxzCd1Y

Another "Trump vote" lost unless he "pardons" him before Nov. 2020...



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Reply Cops Uncover Stunningly Large Arsenal After Ohio Man Openly Fantasizes About P. Parenthood Attack (Original post)
RCW2014 Aug 13 OP
oldenuff35 Aug 14 #1
Daves Not Here Man Aug 14 #2
Lumster Aug 14 #3
RCW2014 Aug 14 #13
RCW2014 Aug 14 #14
Hades Aug 14 #15
KittyCatIdiots Aug 16 #36
Lumster Aug 14 #4
Lumster Aug 14 #5
fools_gold Aug 14 #10
Lumster Aug 14 #17
fools_gold Aug 14 #20
Lumster Aug 14 #22
fools_gold Aug 14 #25
Banshee 3 Actual Aug 14 #12
Lumster Aug 14 #18
RCW2014 Aug 14 #16
Lumster Aug 14 #19
RCW2014 Aug 14 #21
Lumster Aug 14 #23
RCW2014 Aug 14 #26
Lumster Aug 14 #28
orson Aug 14 #6
Lumster Aug 14 #7
357blackhawk Aug 14 #8
Lumster Aug 14 #9
Steelydamned Aug 14 #11
Lumster Aug 14 #24
RCW2014 Aug 14 #27
Lumster Aug 14 #29
RCW2014 Aug 14 #30
Lumster Aug 14 #31
oldenuff35 Aug 15 #32
RCW2014 Aug 15 #33
oldenuff35 Aug 15 #34
KittyCatIdiots Aug 16 #35
KittyCatIdiots Monday #37

Response to RCW2014 (Original post)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 03:06 AM

1. BS, you find an arsenal at the national guard armory, this is not even a medium sized collection.

Arsenal my ass. And I bet you tell the lie that the 5.56 is a high powered cartridge too.

The 5.56 nato round is banned in most states for hunting deer sized game because it doesn't have enough terminal energy to insure a clean kill.

If you are going to post about guns you better know what the hell you are talking about.

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Response to oldenuff35 (Reply #1)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 07:23 AM

2. Who are you talking to?

He posted an article. He didn’t write it.

You seem to be confused easily.

Weird.

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Response to Daves Not Here Man (Reply #2)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 07:50 AM

3. Dave's Not Here Man.

Well, you asked.

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Response to Daves Not Here Man (Reply #2)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 02:51 PM

13. Howlin' at the Moon...



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Response to oldenuff35 (Reply #1)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 02:52 PM

14. See #13.

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Response to oldenuff35 (Reply #1)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 02:56 PM

15. From the DU perspective...

1 handgun, a few magazines and 100 rounds of ammo is an arsenal.

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Response to RCW2014 (Original post)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 08:37 AM

4. I can understand how an individual's gun collection and ammo cache can get a bit large.

It's the internetz, stupid.

It's a new problem that was nonexistent 30 years ago.

A lot of people -- probably everyone -- shops online. If "window shopping" for guns is one's favorite pasttime, over the course of five or ten years, it's quite possible to acquire that much ammo and that many guns just from infrequent discount purchases -- because they were a great deal, in other words. But at a glance, the accumulation will strike many as an arsenal for nefarious deeds, but it really isn't.

The problem is that ammo -- especially ammo -- is difficult to get be rid of if you don't personally shoot it off at the range to pare down your cache. Here, it is almost impossible to ship due to FedX and UPS restrictions and unfamiliarity of their personel with their own rules, and you can forget USPS, which doesn't accept ammo. So ... over the course of a decade, if you purchase small quantities of ammo a couple times a year -- maybe a hundred rounds at a time (a quantity that can be easily expended in one or two trips to the range) -- just because it was on sale and a good deal, but you don't get to the range to do that, in a decade you end up with a thousand rounds in your cache. That amount of ammo is fodder for liberals to scream and yell about it when it really doesn't mean anything to the guy with the ammo. As is usually the case, the problem boils down to the federal government and it's firearms-related restrictions.

No way in hell you can tell a flaming liberal that, and the government's solution? Pass more ridiculous laws.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #4)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 08:44 AM

5. Guns are not that difficult to sell ...

... but there's no money in selling them due to federal extortion taxes, so why sell them? Indeed, the government makes out like a bandit from gun sales.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #5)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 09:40 AM

10. Whut????

What federal extortion taxes are you talking about? I've sold lots of guns over the years, made money, and never paid a federal tax. For not making any money, there sure are a lot of sellers at gun shows here in my area of Texas.

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Response to fools_gold (Reply #10)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 03:47 PM

17. More money in militaria than in guns.

Typically, FFL fees at each end are $25-$35 each. The profit margin isn't that high to begin with, but government extortion is ridiculous. I think gun collecting and trading is more of a hobby or habit than a business. If you do well in it, great for you!

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Response to Lumster (Reply #17)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:11 PM

20. What FFL fees? What federal tax?

When I sell a firearm to somebody at a gunshow, or the range, or anywhere else here in Texas I don't have to pay any tax or FFL fees, federal or otherwise. You must live in some commie state.

Selling across state lines is another issue. Don't do that.

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Response to fools_gold (Reply #20)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:15 PM

22. LOL, correct.

Interstate commerce in firearms is FFL to FFL only. That gets pricey -- easily more money than whatever your profit might be.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #22)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:20 PM

25. Not exactly.

I can buy long guns in other contiguous states and bring them back to Texas.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #4)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 12:06 PM

12. I knew men who had over 50 guns growing up. Mostly WW2 vets who collected them

My Dad had over 12 Lugers alone in his collection

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Response to Banshee 3 Actual (Reply #12)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 03:50 PM

18. It is a very engrossing hobby.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #4)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 02:58 PM

16. Shipping ammo is dependent on to what State. My ammo source, Luckygunner ships to Michigan

but has a list of places they can't ship. I believe my last shipment arrived via Fed Ex, maybe UPS

https://www.luckygunner.com/faq-shipping-delivery

Due to the unique nature of our business and constantly changing local legislature, please check your local laws for restrictions before ordering ammunition.

Unfortunately, due to a combination of regulations and shipping constraints, we cannot ship to the following locations:

- Alaska

- Hawaii

- Massachusetts

- California

- New York City, Buffalo, and Rochester (we can ship to other areas in the state of New York, just not within those city limits)

- Chicago (we can ship to other areas in the state of IL, just not Chicago)

- Washington, DC

- Canada

- All other international locations

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #16)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:04 PM

19. Lucky Gunner does it all the time. They know the routine.

For some yokel trimming down his ammo supply out in the tulies (liberal Pittsburgh LOL), where FedX and UPS are not versed in company policy for this extra, extra, extra special -- and apparently rare type of shipping, it is a huge pain in the neck. It isn't worth the trouble. I can't prove this but I think some employees at the counter who think guns are icky will diss you for your trouble just to be a pain in the ass, and they sure as shit are that. To do anything about getting past that means getting on the phone and hoop jumping, and I'm not particularly attracted to doing that every time I try to ship.

That leaves selling locally, and you can't advertise in the paper.

Anyway, my point was to show how somebody could have a cache of a couple thousand rounds of ammo that fuels liberal dumbing down like nothing else one can imagine and still not be a scary icky person, let alone a terrist.

As with guns, there is little money to be made in it, and the government is totally to blame for that.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #19)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:13 PM

21. Surprisingly both our local "rags" still allows you to advertise private sales of guns and ammo. eom

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #21)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:18 PM

23. You must live in a small town like Tulieville or Yokelberg. LOL

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Response to Lumster (Reply #23)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:24 PM

26. Outside of Jackson, Michigan. Uncomfortably 70 miles west of Detroit but our local militia already

have plans to initiate if "Detroit" falls and that populace heads this way. Their only real options are south and west.

Hope to be back in Texas before that day.

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #26)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:29 PM

28. Well, we don't want them.

But thanks for thinking of us.

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Response to RCW2014 (Original post)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 09:19 AM

6. It's an interesting coincidence

that a kid who obviously grew up in a religious home with lots of guns is fantasizing mass murder.

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Response to orson (Reply #6)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 09:26 AM

7. What are you thinking ...?

I don't follow.

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Response to orson (Reply #6)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 09:27 AM

8. From his point of view,

it is the French Underground killing Nazis to free Jews.

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Response to 357blackhawk (Reply #8)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 09:32 AM

9. Mmm ... ... nope, I still don't follow.

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Response to RCW2014 (Original post)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 12:03 PM

11. Look at him.....

....he's a child. Doesn't even shave yet.

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Response to Steelydamned (Reply #11)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:20 PM

24. I know he's really a kid. Put him in the army.

Some people just belong there.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #24)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:25 PM

27. I'm a firm supporter of every kid just out of high school goes into the military service for a

mandatory 2 years. Absolutely "zero" exemptions, period.

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #27)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:32 PM

29. I was thinking more along the lines of sweeping it under the rug -- that kinda thing.

Military service does not assure producing a good citizen and neither does a hot war.

If he likes it, he might be career material.

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Response to Lumster (Reply #29)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:47 PM

30. Two years of firm discipline and a regimen would do 8 out of 10 kids good since so many didn't

receive it at home.

No video games, smartphones, computers, cable TV 24/7. How could that be a bad thing?

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #30)

Wed Aug 14, 2019, 04:48 PM

31. Fine with me.

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #30)

Thu Aug 15, 2019, 03:16 PM

32. We would end up with a class separated military.

Today's weapons systems need educated literate people to operate them.

You do not need to be literate to be cannon fodder. Those how could not or chose not to be literate would be great cooks and cannon fodder. Guess who that would be?

Those who finished school and are literate would be commanding and running the weapons systems.

How well would that go over with the race baiters?

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Response to oldenuff35 (Reply #32)

Thu Aug 15, 2019, 03:28 PM

33. Never said they had to make a career out of it, now did I? One's that liked the experience could

remain, the others can go on to college or whatever to their liking.

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Response to RCW2014 (Reply #33)

Thu Aug 15, 2019, 07:17 PM

34. Do you remember the test given to all new enlisted?

Failing or low scores on that test ensures you are cannon fodder, ground enfantry. Better scores get you into better technical jobs.

Mandatory inscription would quickly lead to a class system of literate and illeterats.

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