Council of Elders
Caribbean countries catch suspiciously huge shipments of guns from Miami all the time. The CIA is obviously still up to some shit.
If this comes as an actual shock to you, or worse yet, you assume this is "fake news" and can't be correct, then you're an idiot.
Just so we're clear, in a civilized society with gun control, you could call the police and have this guy arrested for recreationally firing his gun in a residential neighbourhood. But police won't do anything about that in America, so they asked him to stop doing that, and he murdered their family in retaliation.
That is complete nonsense. In many areas it is illegal to discharge firearms and you could call the police, and have him arrested. In many areas it could violate noise ordinances, and the police could be called, though it wouldn't likely result in an arrest. If it is legal to shoot on your land, but you are doing so in an unsafe manner, without a proper back stop, you will also be arrested.FB friend:
The Washington Post spoke with a woman who lives across the street from the family:
[Vianey Balderas] said she first heard gunshots that night when a few people were outside. About 20 minutes later, Balderas heard about five more gunshots, then another 10, she told The Post. “When I heard those gunshots, I didn’t think anything of it because in this neighborhood everyone has guns. Every weekend you hear gunshots,” she said in an interview in Spanish. “People shoot in their backyards, after they drink alcohol, men take out guns at house parties and shoot the ground.” Minutes later, Balderas, 27, heard a truck pulling away. She then saw one of her neighbors — the father of the children, she said — outside, begging for someone to call an ambulance.
Local police had received previous reports about Oropeza firing his AR-15 in his yard, which he apparently did “frequently,” according to Sheriff Capers. Authorities found three weapons in a search of Oropeza’s home.