Q: p.898 Have any firearms at your house?
A: My, my wife has a firearm, a uh, Glock Twenty-Three......
Sorry Kelly, sorry Gregory. You can't do that. See the Homeland Security post and see United States v. Ramirez-Rios, 270 F.3d 1185,1187 (8th Cir. 2001), rejecting reduction because defendant’s wife owned the weapons for protection.
You can't even use them to barter for repairs to your Silverado, according to U.S. v. Collins (10th Cir 2002)
When the State police investigated in 1997 did they find any evidence of a vault or any such thing that would preclude Floyd from any possible access to firearms? Nope. In fact, I have documents that show that Floyd admitted to shooting guns on his Easton property on more than one occasion.
But does Kelly report Floyd to the Federal Authorities? Of course not. That would be a substantial headache as she was trying to boost him up to hero status. Read this post.
In point of fact, the State should have kicked this to the Feds back in '97 based on a document I have but have not posted, document #6 by Robert E. Bruno, 23 July 1997:
FLOYD in fact did handle the Merwin Herbert 32 cal. Handgun in Trooper HUBBARD's presence. FLOYD told Trooper HUBBARD:
"When I was shooting I shot at a tree. I shot at it twice and hit it both times. I can show you where that is. I am an ex-marine and an expert shot. I don't miss what I shoot at."
End of report.
This guy is whack-job, just living in a fantasy land of his Marine achievements as noted in this document. And I've got more.
Related post: The Shooter Floyd/Kelly Ayotte love-fest.