28 June 2008

KingCast wonders if they will drop an incendiary percussion bomb on the Floyd compound and get his weapons just like the MOVE?

Grafton Superior Court Judge Vaughn has taken the middle road on Gregory W. Floyd's bail hearing and ordered all weapons turned in, thank Goodness. This is of course my position as supported by U.S. v. Ruckman D.C. No. 02-CR-05-S (10 Cir 2003) as I noted to the U.S. Attorney's Office that has thusfar failed to go to the ATF to get Floyd cited for 18 U.S.C. 922(g)(1) violations as I am about to as soon as I know the inventory of what is produced, hahahahaha....

How will this go down, I wonder. It would truly be a shame if it went down like this one and two.

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Christopher King said...

PHILADELPHIA, May 13-A state police helicopter this evening dropped a bomb on a house occupied by an armed group after a 24-hour siege involving gun battles. A 90 -minute shootout this morning came after a week of growing tension between the city and the group, known as Move. Residents in the western Philadelphia neighborhood had complained about the group for years. The only known survivors from within the house were a woman and a child. The fire spread to 50 to 60 other houses in the neighborhood, said the Fire Commissioner, William Richmond. He declared the fire under control about 11:40 P.M.

Aimed to Hit Bunker

The Police Commissioner, Gregore Sambor, said tonight that it was was his decision to drop the charge, a square package of explosives designed to destroy a bunker atop the house and drop it through to the second floor. He said the charge succeeded in eliminating the threat from the roof, but touched off the fire. Steve Harmon. a resident of the area, said: "Drop n bomb on it residential area? I never in my life heard of that. It's like Vietnam."





Mayor Vows to Rebuild More Than 50 Houses Destroyed After Police Bombing

By WILLIAM K. STEVENS Special to The New York Times

PHILADELPHIA, May 14 - Firefighters found the bodies of six people today in the charred rubble of a radical group's house that bold been leveled in a police assault that set fire to the surrounding; neighborhood and destroyed more than 50 homes.

Mayor W. Wilson Goode, saying he was "devastated" by Monday night's destruction, said the city would rebuild the houses gutted by the blaze, which left 200 people homeless.

He defended the action against Move, a radical back-to-nature group, which had had a 90-minute shootout with the educe nearly 12 hours before a bomb was dropped from a helicopter. Mr. Goode indicated that he would approve such a bombing again in a similar situation.