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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:39:54 No.33322725

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Do you think convicted felons should be able to own guns in the USA? This also applies to wrongly convicted felons.

>2nd amendment


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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:41:36 No.33322739
bump

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 05:41:48 No.33322741
Yes.

The point of a sentence is to do your time. Once you're out you should have your rights returned, or else you didn't truly serve your time.

Anybody who disagrees is an enemy of freedom and a traitor of the murder cube

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:42:27 No.33322744
>>33322741
>The point of a sentence is to do your time. Once you're out you should have your rights returned, or else you didn't truly serve your time.
this.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:42:27 No.33322745
>>33322725
They can petition for rights restoration ya know

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:42:30 No.33322746
>>33322725
It honestly kills me inside to say this.
However.
Felons are no longer full US citizens.
The constitution only applies to US citizens.
Ergo they are not allowed armaments.

This is even coming from someone who believes minors should be allowed firearms.
It pisses me off that there is even remotely a point where the Liberals are right.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:43:27 No.33322750
>should violent convicted niggers have guns
no lol
>should someone who committed a nonreal felony have their gun rights stripped
No

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:44:12 No.33322761
ITT:
felons and n*ggers

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:46:29 No.33322773
Non violent felons, definitely.

If you a commit a violent felony, I feel you should have your rights restored a set amount of time after your sentence is over. Kind of like an extended parole.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:47:46 No.33322783
>>33322725
Only the non-violent ones. But I also think murder, rape, etc. should be life sentences.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:48:33 No.33322791
Not unless the time served was adjusted properly. Currently niggers get off too easy.

Non-violent/non-gang felons should be allowed to though.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:49:35 No.33322799
>>33322725
I'm for restoring the rights of people who have served their sentence.

If they can't handle their rights, maybe they needed a longer sentence.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:51:37 No.33322814
>>33322783
Why not just give them the death penalty ?

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:52:15 No.33322821
>>33322746
The constitution is not "only applied to US citizens" ya sillyhead. It's tied to the land, not the citizens. A foreigner here on vacation has the same constitutional protections as any citizens. Likewise, all bets are off if a US citizen is in Syria or something.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:54:25 No.33322829
>>33322821
Nah you go hacky slashy on a class of preschoolers you just forfeit your rights. Sucks to suck so don't commit crimes.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 05:54:26 No.33322831
>>33322746
God you're such a fucking moron, if only you knew just how easy it is to get a felony charge in this country.

Do us patriots a favor and ND into your femoral artery

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:54:46 No.33322834
>>33322814
Because that's too good and quick for them? They should be a pondering their actions within the walls they made for themselves.

Also there are wrongful convictions and it actually costs way more in the free world.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:58:47 No.33322873
>>33322829
If you can lose a right, it's not a right, it's a privilege. A right implies inalienable entitlement.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 05:59:12 No.33322875
>>33322799
>>33322773
Only sane people in this thread

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 05:59:26 No.33322880
>>33322873
>Warrants aren't a thing

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Phil Ossiferz Stone 2017-03-16 06:00:03 No.33322882
>>33322725
Violent felons ought to have some sort of probation period, yes. Ought to be tied to the average time that recidivists, uh... recidivate.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:00:13 No.33322884
>>33322834
Haha, nah, I'm tired of paying for them to get pampered. Either put them on a chain gang to help the state a la Tennessee Valley Authority or give them 90 days to draft a will and then have them tie their own noose.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 06:00:21 No.33322885
>>33322873
FUCKING THANK YOU.

/k/ has a statist cancer that need to be purged

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:00:29 No.33322887
>>33322875
>Murderers deserve guns

Fuck em.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:01:06 No.33322892
I don't see why they should be granted the legal right to guns, since by being felons, they have proved they don't care about the law. If they really want funs they can go buy hipoints wherever all the other criminals get theirs.

Also clever choice of picture, op. Just barely less interesting than the topic.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 06:02:14 No.33322902
>>33322884
Prisons should be work camps that way they're lives serve the community.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:02:58 No.33322909
>>33322873
Yeah, you have all the rights in the world until you forfeit them by willingly committing a crime numb nuts.
>some people are unfairly accused
>corrupt system
>blah blah blah
Well, In the history of history no one has appealed I guess.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 06:03:39 No.33322916
>>33322887
If they served their time they should get them back.

If you feel that they don't deserve them back, then maybe they shouldn't be released in the first place genius?

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:05:54 No.33322934
>>33322902
Those prison workers would quickly cause unemployment and undercut wages.

Dumbass

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:06:31 No.33322940
>>33322761
Is mommy watching so you couldn't say niggers?

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 06:06:54 No.33322942
>>33322909
Rights and crimes are 2 totally seperate things.

Government doesn't give you rights, God does.

If a criminal uses his rights to a gun to assault you, you use yours to defend youself. It's called dangerous freedom for a reason pussy bitch. I swear to god you faggots sound like loser who don't CCW.

If a felon wants a gun he'll get it one way or another, quit the fucking bullshit. Your type of thinking only hurts felons that choose to be law abiding

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:07:03 No.33322944
>>33322909
See >>33322873

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:07:04 No.33322945
>>33322834
and once they get out then what ? Their just going to continue being criminals. Also pic related should deserve the death penalty.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 06:07:57 No.33322951
>>33322934
Maybe you should get an education where your life value isn't comparable to a fucking prisoner's hard labour.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:08:18 No.33322954
>>33322934
Not if you have them doing conservation work. Or city service jobs.
>need gum washed off sidewalks?
>city services can't be assed to do it?
>1-800-call a crook
Have them do state jobs that never get done.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 06:09:40 No.33322963
>>33322954
Now this is what I call under budget and ahead of schedule.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:09:40 No.33322964
>>33322934
>his livelihood is threatened by legal slave labor
Maybe you go back to school, champ.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:15:09 No.33323004
Personally you shouldn't be a felon anything non-violent. So if someone is violent they should be in jail and stay there.

So if you are not in jail you should own a gun.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:15:19 No.33323005
>>33322954
I would rather have gum on the streets than a bunch of chained felons walking around my neighborhood

Besides what you're proposing is criminals picking up litter

WHICH ALREADY OCCURRS

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:17:18 No.33323017
>>33322746
The problem is everyone is a felon. Everyone breaks three laws a day that would make you a felon.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:17:32 No.33323018
Should dishonorably discharged soldiers be allowed to own firearms? Why are they prohibited?

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:21:37 No.33323051
>>33322725
I mean they're still going to get a gun somehow. if they intend on doing something wrong, hopefully there will be a few people CC'ing to stop them

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:21:46 No.33323053
>>33323005
>the felons would just be ambling around suburban neighborhoods
Clutch your pearls harder. If you're fine with a subsidized prison system that sinks your state even deeper, come to Louisiana, its a fucking nightmare. Or would you like people actually doing something to help the state instead of soaking up tax money in a room for the rest of their days. The only kicker is that they all wear matching uniforms and jewelry that makes lots of noise.

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Shiro Poster 2017-03-16 06:22:41 No.33323057
>>33323005
When was the last time a chained felon under the supervision of an armed officer ever hurt anybody?

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:22:46 No.33323058
>>33322916
This

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:25:35 No.33323075
>>33322725
If they're too dangerous to own a gun, then they should not have been let out of prison.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:26:07 No.33323080
>>33322745
Read that sentence out loud and try and realize how retarded it sounds. Remember rights are self-evident, not at the will of the state.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:26:44 No.33323086
>not allow to buy a firearm
>able to drive a car

Should we denied the right of felons driving cars ? I don't feel safe knowing they are driving some thing dangerous

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:27:32 No.33323092
>>33323053
A bunch of criminals picking up garbage on the side of the highway
>is fine by me
>already happens

Believe it or not you aren't the first person to conceive this great idea

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:30:04 No.33323112
>>33323057
They are a bigger eyesore than garbage, and would make people uncomfortable if on their daily commute they have to pass by chained criminals guarded by men with shotguns.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:30:07 No.33323113
>>33322761

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:30:28 No.33323114
>>33323018
Think of all the shitbags in the military for a minute.

Keep thinking.

Now imagine people so much worse than them, that the system that tolerates all the other shitbags decided to kick them out.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:31:34 No.33323124
>>33323092
Oh wow, picking up trash, so progressive. I know it already happens you shit stain. Do you see felons digging ditches to improve drainage? Do you see them sweating their nuts off doing wetlands mitigation? Do you see them in chaingangs actually doing something useful for the state? Fuck no. They sit inside money pits with chain fence on the perimeter. Pull your thumb out of your dick and drop the attitude. Cunt.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:32:07 No.33323131
>>33322746
Eat shit, this is coming from someone who believes that the mentally ill should be allowed firearms.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:32:07 No.33323132
>>33323080
Would you trust a convicted felon or a completely neutral person with a gun purchase?

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:32:33 No.33323136
Yes. Natural rights come from god and not from some parasite piece of shit bureaucrat.

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Resident Wumbologist 2017-03-16 06:33:17 No.33323146
>>33322725
My .02 on this is that if you just got out of prison or you're on parole you shouldn't have firearms. Yes you should serve your time in prison and then get the rights restored, but doing that immediately is idealistic. A lot of people who are in prison are fuckups who will go back soon after getting out. It means our prison system needs reform to be actually effective, but in the meantime...

Instead of permanent suspension of gun rights (and voting right), after some time has passed there should be a review process that takes into account.
1) the nature of the crime for which you were imprisoned
2) the severity
3) the nature of violence
4) use/misuse of weapons (if any)
5) behavior while imprisoned
6) how long since release
7) how well the individual is coping with being released into society (jobs/relationships/psychological health)

Burden of proof should be on the court to find a plausible reason to deny a restoration of rights. If a person has reformed well and there's no reason to believe otherwise, their rights should be restored.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:33:54 No.33323149
>>33323132
I'm not who you quoted but that stupid "Would you trust" could easily be used to disarm you.
"Would you trust some weirdo posting in a chinese cartoon website to own assault rifles?"

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:34:51 No.33323160
Should convicted felons be allowed to own guns while they're still in prison? I mean, really think about it.

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:37:12 No.33323177
>>33323114
>>33323018

Also the military really needs to crackdown on gangs in the Military.

>https://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/2011-national-gang-threat-assessment

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Anonymous 2017-03-16 06:38:32 No.33323191
>>33323177
Mandate all servicemen with gang affiliations to serve as tank armor.







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