RKBA News: Charleston Church Shooting Victims File Lawsuit Against FBI For Allowing Shooter to Buy Gun

This case Supports the Position that the United States DOES NOT NEED more Gun Laws and/or Restrictions, we just NEED Federal Law Enforcement to ENFORCE the LAWS that are in PLACE and DO THEIR JOB. You cannot “legislate” the Problem away when the ENFORCEMENT side is going to constantly fail. The Current Gun Laws that are on the Books and some of the most RESTRICTIVE IN THE WORLD AND THEY WORK WHEN THEY ARE ENFORCED!

The Orlando Shooting and Omar Mateen is yet another glaring example. Mateen was interviewed Three Seperate Times by the FBI and yet his name was not  FLAGGED with the ATF? Florida Gun Shop Owner calls the FBI about “Suspicious” activity involving Mateen asking question about Body Armour and Large Amounts of rifle ammo and yet Nothing Happens?

Bottom Line is that We have an ENFORCEMENT problem, NOT a LEGISLATIVE Problem.

And The Fed’s can whine all day about “Not Having Enough Counter-Terrorism Resources” to effectively do the job, but how does CREATING MORE GUN LAWS that do nothing but HURT AND HINDER LEGALLY ARMED CITIZENS Help the situation?

And While we are on “EFFECTIVE COUNTER-TERRORISM” how about we overhaul or Broken and Stpid Immigration System and STOP LETTING TERRORIST INTO THIS COUNTRY?? -SF



A group of survivors and family members of victims killed in the Emanuel AME Church shooting in Charleston, SC have filed a lawsuit against the FBI.  The petition alleges the Bureau’s negligence allowed the shooter, Dylan Roof, to purchase a firearm despite his prior drug arrest.

The Associated Press attorney, Andy Savage, who represents several of the plaintiffs, said the lawsuit was filed because a proper background check would have turned up Roof’s drug arrest and prevented him from purchasing the weapon used in the attack.

“In this case, you had an unqualified purchaser that slipped through the cracks,” Savage said to the AP. “And the result is what happened on June 17.”

The report states law enforcement officials have previously admitted that mistakes were made in the processing of Roof’s background check.  According to Lexington County Sheriff Jay Koon, Roof’s drug arrest was incorrectly entered into the state database by a jail clerk.  When Roof applied to purchase the handgun, the FBI reportedly noticed the arrest, but called the wrong agency seeking more information.  Having never received any follow up information about the arrest, the purchase went through as required under the current waiting period laws.

Last summer, FBI Director James Comey also acknowledged that Roof’s application should have been denied and he promised to conduct a full investigation into the matter.

Roof is currently in jail awaiting death penalty trials at both the state and federal level.  The attack in June 2015 killed nine people and wounded five more.

The lawsuit was filed under the Federal Tort Claims Act, which provides a limited waiver of sovereign immunity and allows citizens to sue the federal government in certain circumstances.

Read the Original Article at Law Newz

Crusader Corner: Arrest the Widow, Investigate the Family!


The Orlando jihad mass murderer was anything but a “lone wolf.”

Noor Salman, the wife of Omar Mateen, the Orlando gay nightclub jihad mass murderer, has gone missing, and with good reason: she explodes the idea that Mateen was a “lone wolf” terrorist. She should be arrested – but now she is gone.

Salman witnessed him selling his house to his brother-in-law for $10 – a clear indication that the couple knew jihad was in the offing. She has admitted to law enforcement authorities that she and her husband had recently been “scouting Downtown Disney and Pulse [the nightclub where the jihad massacre took place] for attacks.”Mateen texted her during his massacre, asking if she had seen the news; she responded that she loved him.

As authorities deliberated over whether or not to arrest her, Salman herself showed more dispatch. Last Wednesday, the killer’s father, Seddique Mir Mateen, told reporters that Salman was “no longer here.”

No one seems to have asked Seddique Mateen himself where she has gone, but he probably knows. There are, after all, numerous indications that he may not be as upset about his son’s jihad massacre as he has claimed: he is an open supporter of the Taliban, and the morning after the murders, he posted online a video in which he claims that he was “not aware what motivated” Omar to “go into a gay club and kill 50 people,” but then he adds: “God will punish those involved in homosexuality,” as it is “not an issue that humans should deal with.”

Despite Seddique Mateen’s professed puzzlement over his son’s actions and denial that Omar had been “radicalized,” is it really any wonder that a man who grew up in a household in which the Taliban were held up as positive role models would turn out to be a jihad terrorist? Omar Mateen is known to have cheered at school when al-Qaeda flew planes into the Twin Towers and the Pentagon on September 11, 2001; is it likely that his father, a supporter of al-Qaeda’s allies and collaborators the Taliban, rebuked him for doing so?

While not revealing where Noor Salman is, the family issued a statement saying: “Noor is completely innocent and [was] unaware of the attacks.” It added the claim that she is unable to comprehend “cause and effect.” The mainstream media, always anxious to exonerate Islam from responsibility for the crimes done in its name and in accord with its teachings, even dragged out Salman’s middle school teacher to say: “Noor had difficulty with retention, she had difficulty with conceptualizing, understanding, all challenges to her. She tried hard. She was very sweet.”

All that may be so, but Noor Salman is an adult now, and her difficulty in middle school is irrelevant to whether or not she aided her husband in preparing for his jihad massacre. She should have been arrested, and the whole family needs to be investigated. Former Department of Homeland Security official Philip Haney responded trenchantly to common media claims that Mateen was “self-radicalized”: “As though nobody knew anything – that’s completely preposterous. If you know anything about the Islamic worldview, family and community is ultimately central to everything they do. The concept of operating alone is anathema to the Islamic worldview. They just don’t do it. So, self-radicalization – what does that even mean any more? Nobody is self-anything in this world we live in.”

Yet the feds let Noor Salman slip through their fingers – and whatever Muslim community in which she is hiding now isn’t calling the police to alert them of her whereabouts. Was the FBI too complacent in its politically correct dogma that Muslims in America all hold to a benign, peaceful form of the faith, and that any Muslim in the U.S. who becomes a jihad murderer must have been “radicalized on the Internet,” to be too concerned about the possibility that Omar Mateen’s family was complicit in his attack? How long will it be before Seddique Mateen and the rest of the family absconds, as did Noor Salman?

The Orlando jihad massacre was eminently preventable: the FBI questioned Omar Mateen but deemed him unworthy of close scrutiny, even after a gun shop owner reported him; agents didn’t even bother to visit the shop. This was after Mateen bragged to coworkers about jihad ties, but the FBI called off investigation, dismissing the coworkers as “Islamophobic,” and after Mateen threatened to kill a sheriff and his family, and the FBI dismissed the threat. Now they have let Noor Salman slip through their fingers. Would it have been “Islamophobic” to arrest her? And how many more Americans have to die before the politically correct fantasies that hamstring law enforcement today are discarded?

Read the Original Article at Front Page Mag

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Crusader Corner: Orlando Shooter Called 911 to “Pledge Allegiance to ISIS”


Orlando terror attack gunman Omar Mateen called 911 just before the shooting to pledge his allegiance to the ISIS leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, NBC News reports.

He also mentioned the Tsarnaev brothers, who carried out the Boston Marathon bombing, during the call, CBS News reports.

Mateen killed 50 people and wounded more than 50 others in the assault on the Pulse nightclub, one of Orlando’s largest gay clubs. The shooting is the worst mass killing in American history.

ISIS has not officially taken credit for the attack, and officials have indicated it is more likely to have been an ISIS-inspired attack, like the San Bernardino shooting, and not an ISIS-directed one, like the Bataclan theater attack in Paris.

Congressman Adam Schiff, a California Democrat, said in a press release that the attack appears to be an “ISIS-inspired act of terrorism.”

He said Mateen declared his allegiance to ISIS before the assault, according to local law enforcement. Schiff is the ranking member on the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence and said he received a preliminary briefing on the attack.

“This attack is so painfully reminiscent of the terrible attack at the Batlaclan Theatre in Paris, and other ISIS-inspired attacks in recent years,” Schiff said. “The fact that this shooting took place during Ramadan and that ISIS leadership in Raqqa has been urging attacks during this time, that the target was an LGBT night club during Pride … Whether this attack was also ISIS-directed, remains to be determined.”

The FBI has not confirmed Schiff’s statement.

Read more about Mateen at the link below:

Omar Mateen: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

Omar Mateen has been identified the gunman who killed 50 people and injured 53 others at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida.

Read the Original Article at Heavy