During our SWAT Fuel Warrior of the Week segment, our caller has a question about transferring NFA items from one state to another. Professor Paul has some advice in that regard.
Also, we have a Quiet Time Moment from SilencerShop.com. During the Christmas break the Professor did something that he has not done in quite a long time. Tune in to find out and be sure to listen louder.
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Topics Covered During This Episode:
- Welcome to the New Year
- Follow-Up: Bruce Frank was actually a write-in opponent for Lyda Krewson
- Warrior of the Week: NFA Move?
- Quiet Time: Professor Paul watched TV over Xmas break, lessons learned
- Message from The Shipping Ogre: Clearance Sale on https://www.studentofthegungear.com
- Terror is Not Terror when it doesn’t fit the agenda or require the surrender of freedom for false security. Afghan man – no pic, no name – Melbourne Car Attack Suspect Charged with 18 Counts of Attempted Murder http://fox40.com
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A driver who plowed into pedestrians on a busy street in Melbourne this week was charged with 18 counts of attempted murder and one count of endangering life, Australian police said Saturday.
The crash injured 18 people, including one young child, outside Melbourne’s Flinders Street station during rush hour Thursday evening.
While the crash was deliberate, there was no evidence of a terror link, said Shane Patton, chief commissioner of Victoria Police.
The suspect, a 32-year-old Australian citizen of Afghan descent, was known to police for minor offenses, and had a history of drug use and mental health issues, authorities said.
He appeared before the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Saturday.
The streets outside Flinders Street Station were busy with commuters and holiday shoppers when the SUV rammed into pedestrians.
Witnesses told CNN affiliate Seven Network the car was barreling down the road at about 60 miles per hour (100 kph).
Authorities turned Sydney’s shopping district into a fortress as tens of thousands of shoppers swarmed the city hunting for Boxing Day bargains.
Huge trucks and imposing concrete bollards blocked off usually busy roads near the city’s bustling Pitt Street and Queen Victoria Building (QVB) precinct.
As uniformed police patrolled the streets, Daily Mail Australia spotted semi-trailers parked across roads near George Street and Market Street.
A New South Wales police spokesperson said: ‘In light of the large number of people expected at Boxing Day sales, police have put traffic management and security measures in place.’
‘While there is no specific threat, NSW Police continue to urge the public to be vigilant and report anything that doesn’t look right.’