The presence of a BB gun in a Baltimore home prompted police to arrive and conduct a “search for weapons”. This incident occurred after someone reported seeing a BB gun during an online school session.  Big Brother is watching you.

Our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week has a question about how the people can prepare to deal with violence when the police are not coming. We have some serious thoughts on that matter. 

What is going on with the Legion of Michael Church Security training and the book? That question will be answered during today’s program. Also, Paul has a clarification to make from last week. 

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From foxbaltimore.com/news:

A Baltimore County family is warning other parents after they say police were called to their house over something that happened during a virtual school lesson. The incident is raising concerns over privacy and safety in the era of online learning.

As a Navy veteran with four years of active duty, Courtney Lancaster has extensive knowledge of guns, how to use them and how to store them.

Her 11-year-old son, who owns BB guns, is a boy scout in fifth grade at Seneca Elementary School.

“He’s just a very intellectual child, but he’s all boy as well. He loves to be outside and play and ride his bikes and that sort of thing,” Courtney told Project Baltimore.

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