Dudes and dudettes…what this man testified to at a hearing in Connecticut on Monday regarding so-called ‘gun violence’ spoke volumes loud and clear for all to hear. Of course we won’t be seeing him all over the mainstream media anytime soon, what he said doesn’t fit their leftist agenda when it comes to their desire for more gun control, if not total confiscation if they had their way…and we all know it!

Here’s one report I saw about this, see what you think about Henson Ong and his message. – This is via TB:

During a public hearing on gun violence in Hartford, Conn. on Monday, a legal immigrant by the name of Henson Ong issued a passionate defense of the Second Amendment and argued that gun control simply “does not work.” The video of Ong’s testimony has already surpassed 130,000 views on YouTube.

“Forgive me, English is not my first language. I am a legal immigrant and I am an American by choice,” he began, prompting applause from the audience.

“Thank you for giving me this opportunity to express my opinion and give my testimony in opposition to the majority of the proposed bills, which do nothing to deter future crimes,” he added. “Gun control doesn’t work.”

Ong then launched into a impassioned diatribe about what he considers to be the real problem fueling gun gun violence — “societal decay.”

“Your own history is replete with high school rifle teams, boy scout marksmanship merit badges,” he explained. “You could buy rifles at hardware stores, you could order them… your country was awash in readily available firearms and ammunition, and yet in your past you did not have mass school shootings*.”

“What changed?” he asked. “It was not that the availability of guns suddenly exploded or increased, it actually was decreased. What changed was societal decay,” he added, resulting in more applause.

Ong pointed to the Washington, D.C. and Chicago as two cities with some of the strictest gun laws but also “the highest crime and murder rates.”

“If gun control actually did work, Washington, D.C. and Chicago would be the safest cities in your nation. But [they are] not, they have the toughest gun laws and the highest crime and murder rates,” he said.

Ong also defended Americans’ right to own so-called “assault rifles,” which are really just semi-automatic rifles. Citing a recent purchase of 7,000 5.56x45mm NATO “personal defense weapons” by the Department of Homeland Security, he noted how the agency described the weapons as “suitable for personal defense use in close quarters.”

He went on: “Had the Koreans in the LA riots not had AR-15s and AK-47s with 30-round magazines — and Ruger 30s — their businesses would have burnt to the ground like all the other businesses in their neighborhoods. Theirs stood because they stood their ground.”

Driving a point home that many U.S. lawmakers don’t even seem to fully understand, the legal immigrant stated definitively that the Second Amendment’s purpose was not for hunting.

In closing, Ong quoted a famous statement by Judge Alex Kozinski in his dissent on the case of Silveira v. Lockye in 2002.

“My excellent colleagues have forgotten these bitter lessons of history. The prospect of tyranny may not grab the headlines the way vivid stories of gun crime usually do. But few saw the Third Reich coming until it was too late. The Second Amendment is a doomsday provision, one designed only for those exceptionally rare circumstances when all other rights have failed. A free people can only afford to make this mistake once.”

Ong ended his testimony to applause from the audience.

What do you think of this man and what he had to say during his testimony? He certainly covered many bases…no doubt about that! You have to wonder if anyone really listened and got his message that weren’t at the hearing…that’s what I fear, they didn’t.

Throw in your two-cents…Fire Away – Inquiring Minds Want to Know!

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81 Comments

  1. Mr. Grumpus says:

    Surprise, a real American. What Mr. Ong says is common sense to any real American. It’s way too simple for a prog to understand. Good on you, Mr. Ong!

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  2. Two things I would say to Mr. Ong

    Welcome to America, you have my admiration for understanding what embodies being a free American, and doing so legally.

    And now that you have spoken your mind, you are now a White Southern Redneck Christian Racist and a Hater,

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  3. master of sinanju says:

    I’m proud to call this man a fellow American!

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  4. Societal decay strikes again in Atlanta today when a middle school student shoots another, black on black crime but the law abiding citizens must pay for the thug mentality that black children embrace.

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  5. David in SC says:

    Amen Brother! Go tell it on the mountain!

    Why can’t we switch all the libs/progs/dems/socialists/communists for more people like this, send the unwanted away and we could allow several million like this young man into our country and they would make us stronger!

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    • Hear! Hear! – You said it all…and then some. Point well taken. ~

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    • I was catching up on reading the old newspapers and read a New York Times article from December 19. It said that gun ownership predicted political party. 50% of Republicans owned guns, but only 22% of Democrats in 2010.

      In 1973, 45% of Democrats had guns in their households.

      “Gun ownership has declined over the past 40 years – but almost all of that decrease has come from Democrats.”

      Yes, it’s true: Libtards Don’t Do Guns. Note how they think and vote like Piers Morgan – Disarmed English Subjects. Defending their Domestic Disarmament to their own Deaths in the Streets and in their Homes.

      So the key to breaking them is to promote GUN CULTURE before they leave home and especially, BEFORE they get MARRIED. An AR-15 and Glock 9mm makes a fine gift for marriage, for Christmas, for birthdays. Getting GUNS into your son’s hands means that all the whining of the their liberal wives will be for naught. And THAT is the why the anti-gunners have been winning in the Northeast – you need to neutralize the anti-gunners BEFORE they enter the family unit.

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      • Gave my newly married daughter and her husband certificates for the two day handgun class @ Front Signt.

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      • master of sinanju says:

        What you said about new (conservative) husbands marrying (liberal) wives, reminds me of the Old Testament, where the hebrews and even King Solomon were admonished not to take brides from the pagans surrounding them. They did and caused themselves nothing but trouble, building temples for the wives pagan rituals, etc. And bringing down the wrath of God upon themselves. DON’T marry a pagan! (or a liberal)

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      • know where to go for food when SHTF.

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    • Oh, you mean why don’t the so called ‘red states’ seceed from the union?
      Excellent question… 😉

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    • –and we wouldn’t need guns to protect us from him since he is on the right side of justice.

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  6. Spurwing Plover says:

    What Mr Ong had to say will realy shake up the gun control wanks especialy the DEMAND A PLAN,THE KENNEDY BRATS,HILLARY the HAG,the UN, and our FEHRER

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    • Wished that were true Spur…but it won’t shake those bastids in the least. Plus, the msm will make sure his words are silenced via the Boob-Tube and elsewhere.

      All we can do is try to help make this go viral anyway we can and give the middle finger to the enemies within!

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  7. Well said Mr. Ong! How refreshing to hear someone who “gets it”. And from a legal immigrant, no less. If the boneheads in Washington had half as much sense as this man we wouldn’t be in the mess we’re in.

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    • dude.. you make it sound as if the treasonist boneheads in Washington are destroying the country and violating our constitutional rights by accident or out of ignorance..they KNOW exactly what they are doing

      Mr Ong is on THIER list now… God bless him

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    • ihl…

      Right you are…let’s hope the RINOs buy a clue! – Refreshing indeed.

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  8. Winston Smithereens says:

    “I am a LEGAL IMMIGRANT and an AMERICAN, BY CHOICE………..”

    Is this guy nutz or what? I’ll bet he never has taken a so much as a dime in welfare either. Pathetic!!!

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  9. Mr. Ong understands why we have the second amendment better than the majority of Dem politicians.

    Btw… is our piece of shit president skeet shooting this weekend???

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    • That he does…as well as many RINOs as well.

      As to Dear Leader and what he’s doing this week-end…I’m sure he has something planned to insert himself into the SuperBowl this week-end. …Again!

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  10. Mr. Ong-

    Word!

    Blistered, out!

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  11. BT, Paul, Mr. B, Dude, Snake, someone please advise me. My wife dropped the “I’m glad they’re gonna ban assault rifles, nobody needs those things. They are only made to kill” tonight. We’ve been together many years, and I’ve always been a small government, pro-gun, pro-liberty kind of guy. Needless to say, I was blown away. So I started spewing facts and figures, and it got very heated before she “left for work” 3 hours early. She said that she doesn’t care what knowledge I have on the subject, semi-autos are only needed by the military and government. She works at a psych ward with mostly lib black women and a pashtun doctor. I’m losing my mind. I’m a flawed man, as we all are, but I’ve been nothing if not responsible as far as guns are concerned. My wife even has her own guns, it’s so mind boggling. If anybody has ideas as to how to help her understand, please, I would love to know. I can’t lose my mate to PC, it’s just too much.

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    • Wow Mr. G…I sure as heck can’t advice you on what the heck you should do with your Mrs. That’s something methinks you’re gonna have to handle yourself the best you can my friend. – Best wishes, and good luck to ya!

      Btw…I’m sure others will have a suggestion or two for ya, but I learned long ago not to give advice about anything to do with anything between a married couple….if ya know what I mean.

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    • Mr. G,

      You just reminded me of the reason I never got remarried after my divorce many years ago.

      However, I’m going to try and help. First off, since your wife owns her own handgun, she obviously knows the difference between semi-autos and fully automatic weapons. You know what!!!… I could go on and on, but it really doesn’t matter because it is actually a minor issue. The real issue… you love your wife and arguing only throws a barrier between the two of you. My suggestion… if money is tight as it is with me right now, just fix her a nice dinner this weekend and open a bottle of wine and enjoy her company. Keep your thoughts and beliefs on this issue to yourself… it is really not a big deal that she has a different opinion.

      Btw… your wife is probably bombarded by libs at her place of employment and she just threw out their beliefs without really giving it much thought.

      God Bless

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    • I think I would avoid that topic for a bit till things cool down. I have friends that think as your wife does and we kinda have an understanding, no gun talk. Its like my Grandmother and Mother refuse to talk Religion or Politics with anyone, anytime for any reason. Thankfully my Wife is pro gun but we have areas of disagreement that we just leave out of our personal conversations, we peacefully agree to disagree and move on. If you are a religious person I would simply pray to God for guidance. It works, I have experienced it. Its taken many of a big load off my shoulders. Nuff preaching. Hope all resolves for the best. I will say a prayer for you all.

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    • ““I’m glad they’re gonna ban assault rifles, nobody needs those things. They are only made to kill” tonight.”

      “semi-autos are only needed by the military and government.”

      In other words, she believes the STATE must have the ability to EFFECTIVELY MONOPOLIZE violence against the Body Politic.

      Ipso Facto, by definition she considers herself a SUBJECT, not a Citizen.

      Tell her that, and don’t mention it anymore.

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    • Grumpus–
      This is a really delicate issue. If you love her, you need to avoid the specific issue that causes a rift. I suggest saying something like, (As if I know squat, just guessing), “Honey, I hear what you are saying, and just 3,4, 5 years ago I would have agreed with you 100%. I still partially agree with you. I just am scared witless with the administration in power that it is too risky. I say, let’s leave the gun issue alone until the policies of the administration and a next President are more clearly known.

      In this old world of ours, I have always felt it my duty and because I love you, I need to be comfortable that I can protect you.”

      Humor warning—If that doesn’t work, cold cock her. LOL, please , it is a joke.

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    • The most dangerous predator known to man is of course -man. Obviously guns are designed and made to kill people, more people are killed by other people each and every year than I would imagine all of the wildlife attacks on homo sapiens throughout time added together; and when government for whatever reason or another does it, they do it wholesale.
      Guns are simply tools, a tool can only do what the person operating it makes it do. Bad people do bad things, and guns are the tools that allow good people to stop those bad things. As witnessed by the flash mob scenes that tend to crop up during the warm weather season, bad people often do bad things in large numbers; in fact, the larger the number doing bad things together -the worse those things become. Large groups of bad people require large magazines; which is why they were invented in the first place.
      We will all probably see an example this weekend when one group of millionaires proove to another group of millionaires which group can play with their balls better. Doubtless some mob of people will semi-riot and burn things and smash windows -things they would never do alone, but as part of a group it becomes ‘fun’.
      That is a sporting event; what about when Zimmerman is acquitted and every ghetto in the country erupts into Crayon Martin inspired violence? Only now, the ghetto has a motor pool of Escalades paid for by the taxpayer and a 50 year indoctrination that all their problems are somehow Your fault…

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      • master of sinanju says:

        When I get into those kinds of conversations with libs, and the 2nd amendment, they always bring up that tired bullshit about cars are registered, why not guns? Guns are for killing people, not cars.First off, your God given rights under the constitution, state you have the right, if not the duty to be armed. The other part of my answer is this: You know a gun is for “killing” that is it’s purpose, no argument there(in the right context, S.D. protecting property, etc.) so what is more insidious, the gun or the car? You have no rights to a car you do for a gun,but the car can be just as deadly if not more so, just look at the stats for vehicular deaths,cars were not designed to be engines of slaughter, but they are, what say we ban them first?

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  12. That was a very good video. I passed it on to others. They are Coming For The Guns, this time, its their last chance for a long time so don’t be lulled into complacency. They will strike when least expected, all over, in many forms and forums. They have more money than they had for the election and its all designed to ELIMINATE the right to own and bear arms, and every type of armament. In England they took all the guns and are now trying to ban all large kitchen knives. They even have renown Chefs testifying there is no need for big knives in any kitchen. The 2nd amendment was put in place to stop preciously what the Progs are trying to do with our Dear Leader in charge. Its really black and white, good vs evil. There are NO gray areas. The anti gun crowd would be very wise to back off a few steps and think where they are headed.

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    • Michael,

      They say over a million people in America own 2.47 guns. Out of that million, probably 30% (just a guess) would turn in their guns if government requested we do so. For me and most likely you… including the other 70%… we will go down fighting.

      Funny thing, as one gets older the realization that death will surely come gets clearer with every passing day. Since I know death is most likely a mere twenty years away, government will have to kill me in order to get my weapons.

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      • That realization is with me every day. I’d like 20 more years but probably closer to ten if I’m good and lucky. I would go down laughing at any Jackass foolish enough to ask me to relinquish any firearms I might have. I think 70% of the people would be more than enough to stop any gun grab. We have tens of thousands of highly trained Vets who have seen combat and would wipe ass on gun grabbers. Military and police that tried it would go down fast with over 76% of them siding with the 2nd amendment. When/if the line is crossed traitors will not be protected or tolerated, period. All PC is off. As I said in another post, The anti gun crowd better take a step back, take a deep breath and think hard, cross the line its for good, not a kids game with chalk on sidewalk. I have little doubt there are working groups all over this country gaming this thing out. Computers, info, current military people offering advice, the current Govt is not going to get much of anything except loathing and problems. Its an either your with us or against us problem. Katrina showed their hand.

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        • Michael,

          Well said. Spoke to my brother-in-law the other day… he is a devout Christian but made the same statement as you. Come for our guns and it is no longer a game… we will die for our rights.

          Btw… as you noted… I would have to think that no less than 50% of police officers would favor the 2nd amendment.

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    • michael…

      Very happy you’ve passed this on too. It’s a message from a great citizen that needs to be heard loud and clear from.

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  13. You’re correct, of course, BT. I try, myself, to stay out of other couples’ problems. I suppose I just got desperate for a minute there, but I can’t lie and say that she didn’t catch me way off guard. I’ve had many great guns, before and since we met or thought of having a family. I honestly thought the wife was on my side in that departmenT. I guess we learn new things everyday, those of us that are searching anyway.

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    • Mr. G…

      You say she has guns too…so what is her problem with understanding the need for them, the difference about them, why they are needed for protection in various scenarios…and most of all, govt, tyranny?

      Guess you’re going to have to have a long talk about all of this…that’s all I know. – Best wishes sent to both of you.

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  14. Thank you kind folks for caring. I’m sure you’re right Paul, all the craziness lately has people saying things not well thought out. I have a great wife, really. All I can do is ask God’s help and try to live a righteous life. It does really torment me though, that governments of the last 100 years don’t terrify more people.

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    • Grumpus-

      Second note.

      My wife and I are –basically — in agreement on most issues. We have had a drug addiction problem in our family. She is much, much softer than I on the issue. At first, we argued. We still do, on occasion. I am death on drugs and I feel addicts need to suck it up and straighten out.

      It is worth it to me to become a mino, man in name only because the great life we have had together ain’t worth spoiling for one or two differences of opinion.

      Gotta go out back and shoot up now!!!!! LOL

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  15. Mister B, you are a wise man for sure. It really does need discussed, but it can wait until we cool down a little without a doubt. My first thought when she left was that work had gotten too much influence without my input on the matter. Joe S also has the right idea, I bet asking if she is a subject or citizen would get things moving in the right direction. Thanks everybody, truly.

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  16. The Alex Jones Show 2013-01-31 Thursday – Larry Pratt
    Alex Jones blows the lid off!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx4LXdKws9U

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  17. Snake Oiler says:

    He went on: “Had the Koreans in the LA riots not had AR-15s and AK-47s with 30-round magazines — and Ruger 30s — their businesses would have burnt to the ground like all the other businesses in their neighborhoods. Theirs stood because they stood their ground.”

    He’s just being cheap. All those mobs wanted was a little liquid refreshment – rioting, looting, burning and killing cause you to work up a big thirst. Those Koreans could have easily placated the violent, racist thugs thirsty, high-spirited rioters with a sufficient quantity of MD 20/20, Thunderbird, Night Train, and an ocean of malt liquor. And remember – they were only working in the spirit of Barack Hugochavez Obutthole , friend of the downtrodden. Didn’t he once say it was a good idea to ‘spread the money (and liquor) around’?

    Ask a Korean! News: Picture from 1992 LA Riot
    http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_TsFX.....852252.jpg

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    • Hey Snake…perfect snap shot in time. – I remember all that well.

      Ong was and is spot-on with each and every word he spoke.

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      • Comment from same:

        dbagoo2/02/2012 1:42 PM

        That’s nothing. I remember seeing a video taken from a news copter of a Korean market. Think it’s Hannam Chain Stores on Olympic. The workers had brought out bags of rice and stacked them up and formed a wall in front of their store front in L shape, like a firebase in Vietnam. Someone paid attention in their south korean army boot camp.

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    • I was on duty in the front line of those riots.
      Check your photo carefully. You will only see a Ruger Ranch Rifle,cal .223, the others are shotguns.
      The AR-15 was not that popular then as it is today.
      I never saw any in the hands of the black “Rodney King” rioters.
      Semi-Auto pistols, held side-ways,,,, was the norm.

      The Korean Store owners were courageous, and stood their ground and protected their property from being, looted, burned down, and their lively hood of working and earning a living.
      They are to be highly COMMENDED!
      The black looters did not work, stole and cashed their WELFARE CHECKS!!!!!
      Rodney King,that lying piece of crap,,, drowned in his pool this past year!!!!!!!
      Now that is justice,,God’s way.

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      • Good Morning mrchuck…

        I recall you mentioning this now and then over time on this site, I thought about you last night…was wondering if you’d see this. Glad you did. ~

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        • Why do you suppose the MSM always referred to him as ‘black motorist Rodney King’, instead of ‘convicted armed robber Rodney King’, or ‘drug addict Rodney King’, or ‘violent sociopath Rodney King’? How about some of this…

          In November 1989, King robbed a store in Monterey Park, California. He threatened to hit the Korean store owner with an iron bar he was carrying, then hit him with a pole. King stole two hundred dollars in cash during the robbery and was caught, convicted, and sentenced to two years of imprisonment, then released after serving one-year of the sentence.

          Two years for assault and armed robbery? And serves one?

          It was pretty much a foregone conclusion that the cops would be railroaded…

          After the riots, the United States Department of Justice reinstated the investigation and obtained an indictment of violations of federal civil rights against the four officers in the United States District Court for the Central District of California. The federal trial focused more on the evidence as to the training of officers instead of just relying on the videotape of the incident. On March 9 of the 1993 trial, King took the witness stand and described to the jury the events as he remembered them. The jury found Officer Laurence Powell and Sergeant Stacey Koon guilty, and they were subsequently sentenced to 32 months in prison, while Timothy Wind and Theodore Briseno were acquitted of all charges.

          During the three-hour sentencing hearing, the Federal trial judge, John Davies, accepted much of the defense version of the beating. He strongly criticized King, who he said provoked the officers’ initial actions.

          Judge Davies stated, that only the final six or so baton blows by Powell were unlawful. The first 55 seconds of the videotaped portion of the incident, during which the vast majority of the blows were delivered, was within the law because the officers were attempting to subdue a suspect who was resisting efforts to take him into custody.

          King’s provocative behavior began with his “remarkable consumption of alcoholic beverage” and continued through a high-speed chase, refusal to submit to police orders and an aggressive charge toward Powell.

          Davies makes several findings that support the officers’ version of events. He concluded that Officer Powell never intentionally struck King in the head and, “Powell’s baton blow that broke King’s leg was not illegal because King was still resisting and rolling around on the ground, and breaking bones in resisting suspects is permissible under police policy.”

          Mitigation cited by the judge in the determining the length of the prison sentence included the suffering the officers had undergone because of the extensive publicity their case had received, the impending loss of their careers as police officers, their vulnerability to abuse in prison and their having been subjected to two trials.

          The judge acknowledged that having two such trials did not legally constitute double jeopardy, but nonetheless it “raised the specter of unfairness”.

          You can add drunkard and wife-beater to his list of accomplishments…

          King continued to get into trouble after the 1991 incident. On August 21, 1993, he crashed his car into a block wall in downtown Los Angeles. He was convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol, fined, entered an alcohol rehabilitation program and was placed on probation. In July 1995, he was arrested by Alhambra police, after hitting his wife with his car, knocking her to the ground. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail after being convicted of hit and run. King invested a portion of his settlement in a record label, Straight Alta-Pazz Records, which went under. On August 27, 2003, King was arrested again for speeding and running a red light while under the influence of alcohol. He failed to yield to police officers and slammed his vehicle into a house, breaking his pelvis. On November 29, 2007, while riding home on his bicycle, King was shot in the face, arms, and back with pellets from a shotgun. He reported that it was done by a man and a woman who demanded his bicycle and shot him when he rode away. Police described the wounds as looking like they came from birdshot, but said King offered few details about the suspects.

          And apparently died stoned to the gills…

          The Rialto Police Department began a standard drowning investigation and stated that there did not appear to be any foul play. On August 23, 2012, King’s autopsy results were released. It stated he died of accidental drowning, and that alcohol, cocaine, and marijuana were found in his blood and were contributing factors.

          How long before we see him on a postage stamp? Or maybe a new denomination of Barack Hugochavez Obutthole’s funny money?

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          • Exactly correct Snake. I kept up with the real truth too back then. Just one more reason I seethed at the msm, just as I do today. Their agenda is all that matters to them…the end results matter.

            Btw…nothing would surprise me when it comes what the govt. would do when it comes to postage stamp either. ~

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          • He was a drunk, a wife-beater, an armed robber, a drug addict, a sociopath, and a thug. His boozing, drug use and irresponsible behavior brought about the deaths of more than fifty people and millions of dollars worth of property damage. What a wonderful character for the lead role in a leftist/racist morality tale!

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    • Don’t be a dissing my Night Train Express. I still have a 1980’s bottle of it. I liked the early graphic work on the bottle. Some wicked stuff. they made them cut the alky content down, mine is 38 proof and you will feel like a train ran over ya the next day.

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      • It’s a cultural icon – Guns N’ Roses even wrote a song about it.

        “The song is a tribute to an infamous brand of cheap Californian wine, Night Train Express, which was extremely popular with the band during their early days because of its low price and high alcohol content. However, it is spelled differently, omitting the ‘T’ from ‘Train’, effectively making the song title a variation of ‘Night Rain’. The song was ranked eighth on Guitar World’s list of the “Top 10 Drinking Songs.””

        I’m on the nightrain
        Bottoms up
        I’m on the nightrain
        Fill my cup
        I’m on the nightrain
        Ready to crash and burn
        I never learn
        I’m on the nightrain
        I love that stuff
        I’m on the nightrain
        I can never get enough
        I’m on the nightrain
        Never to return – no

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  18. SPURWING PLOVER says:

    Gun control only benefits the crinimals all those who support GUN CONTROL and the UN SMALL ARM CONTROL TREATY are guilty of AIDING AND ABETTING A CRINIMAL IN COMMISION of a CRIME

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  19. What a great American! Best argument I have heard, hands down. Great snag, AWD! Passing it on with h/t to you. Hello bigtimer!

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  20. Going to throw this in the mix because I’ve mentioned the msm in this story and them being silent about this fine man.

    Here’s some bias via twitter from the msDNC Funny Farm…anyone surprised?

    http://www.theblaze.com/storie.....anization/

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  21. Have you heard about this?

    http://www.mediaite.com/online.....y-schools/

    Sure as heck fits in this thread…and then some. ~

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    • Thats a no brainer. Any school that does not have armed, trained guards is plain stupid, they have no respect for their children. http://www.frontsight.com will train for NO CHARGE any designated school official to be a guard and how to appropriately use them. FREE, and its for any/all schools in the US. Thats a no brainer if they hear about it.

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  22. For the few that don’t know.

    “The American people will never knowingly adopt socialism, but under the name of liberalism they will adopt every fragment of the socialist program until one day America will be a socialist nation without ever knowing how it happened.” – Norman Thomas, American socialist,Most civilization is based on cowardice. It’s so easy to civilize by teaching cowardice. You water down the standards which would lead to bravery. You restrain the will. You regulate the appetites. You fence in the horizons. You make a law for every movement. You deny the existence of chaos. You teach even the children to breathe slowly. You tame.
    People Should Not Be Afraid Of Their Governments, Governments Should Be Afraid Of Their People

    ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ

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  23. Mr. Ong is impressive. I’m so glad he selected the USA. We’re lucky to have him. Be safe and prosper, sir.

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  24. Patriots hear you but the ears in Washington are Deaf!

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  25. Henson is my brother and my hero! Americans can be born anywhere, but their love of our idea makes them easy to identify! That was great testimony on two crucial issues; the keystone of our Constitution and the lifeblood of what makes America.

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  26. G. L. Bshara says:

    For the gentleman above whose wife owns guns but now thinks that only the government should own semi-autos ….

    Suggest she trade in all her personal weapons for revolvers, bolt action rifles and single-shot Thompson Center Contenders. That way she can feel righteous when the urban mutants are breaking down the door or coming in through the windows.

    You should keep your own weapons, of course. Personally, if I was married to someone who was getting that soft in the head, I’d be giving some thought to protecting my assets in the event of divorce. There is no one so treacherous as a Liberal, especially of the female persuasion.

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    • The anti-gun CBS “Hawaii Five-O” two or so episodes back ended with the bad guy firing a bolt-action rifle acquired Sandy Hook-style against the assault rifle wielding Five-O dudes firing from a helicopter. Guess the anti-gunners are trying to show that “Resistance – is futile” when THEY can bring fire superiority via their automatic weapons against gun owners in a gun control state like Hawaii!

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  27. Henson was awesome and spot on. He was handing their asses to those jackasses. I just wanna know, who was the jackass that kept interrupting Mr Ong. Typical liberal tactic. Try to get your opponent off message by rudely interrupting them. I live in the same state as Mr Ong and in this sea of disgusting liberalism we have here, Henson Ong is a breath of fresh air.

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