Black Panther group says that it was harassed by Milwaukee police officers who also violated their constitutional right to open carry during an event on Wednesday, Dec. 28. The group’s members — associated with the Revolutionary Black Panther Party — said they were legally openly carrying firearms during a food distribution program when police showed up and began to harass them. The group says that police took at least one shotgun, which was later returned
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Fun!: Gun Loving Man Goes On Skater Killing Spree
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This happened on Inauguration Day in Washington DC just after Donald Trump swore into office. Everything had been fine up until this moment, and it just comes to show that "Peaceful" Protests aren't always what they...
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Milwaukee County Local Man Buys 7,400 Square Feet Mansion For A $1