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We want to interdict how it gets into the wrong hands and that leads us right to straw purchasers. People who make blood money off of getting guns into the hands of felons, violent people, who couldn't otherwise get that gun in their hands.

Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown

Found on CNN
22 days ago

Top News

The Biden Administration continues to intentionally violate federal immigration laws and endanger all Americans, we continue to see the release of convicted felons, COVID-19 positive migrants, and record levels of dangerous drugs into cities across our country. These reckless policies are illegal, unconscionable and disgraceful. The Biden Administration must be held accountable.

Mark Brnovich

Found on FOX News
1 month ago

Latest Headlines

These defendants engaged in a shocking abuse of power, which they finally acknowledged, while I would have preferred to see them serve prison time, they are no longer members of our police department and with today's plea are convicted felons.

Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

Illinois law has long held felons accountable for any foreseeable deaths that occur during the commission or attempted commission of a' forcible felony.' This includes the death of innocent bystanders in addition to the deaths of co-felons.

State Attorney Michael G. Nerheim

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

What we're trying to do is expose people to the unique qualities of this band, they were all sort of disparate felons and they found a way to get together and be successful, and they never sold themselves out.

Brian Grazer

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Entertainment

There's no such thing as unlicensed gun dealers, they're called felons. If you're breaking the law, you should be prosecuted and punished.

Jennifer Baker

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

The violence on my wrap sheet occurred back in 1988, when I was completely young, dumb, and wrong. ... It's 31 years ago, this is about obstacles to successful re-entry and reintegration back into society for ex-felons, that I and many released felons face on regular basis that need addressing and remedied.

Mr Charles

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

They are offering very little money for the desperately needed Border Wall & now, out of the blue, want a cap on convicted violent felons to be held in detention! claims that this proposal would allow violent criminals to be released are false.

Donald Trump

Found on Reuters
2 years ago

Politics

A few years back he beat two people to death with a hammer, he is unquestionably one of the most dangerous felons we've dealt with.

Sheriff Mike Ezell

Found on Reuters
3 years ago

U.S.

Of course it has something to do with guns, but it mainly has something to do with who's pulling the trigger and people with mental health and mental health crises, people who can't legally purchase firearms and possess them because they're felons or otherwise have a disqualifying record -- there's a lot of things we need to keep looking at.

John Cornyn

Found on CNN
3 years ago

Politics

I don't know how to put it out there any other way. i wonder their real reason for why they want to bring felons into our city and say it's the right thing to do.

Joan Fleming

Found on CNN
4 years ago

Top News

I wonder their real reason for why they want to bring felons into our city and say it's the right thing to do.

Joan Fleming

Found on CNN
4 years ago

Top News

The Constitutional right to keep and bear arms does not mean that convicted felons, that other very dangerous people, have the same rights to carry deadly weapons in public that law-abiding Americans do, and background checks are simply a very simple means of ensuring that guns and in California's case, ammunition, don't fall into dangerous hands.

Adam Skaggs

Found on FOX News
4 years ago

Latest Headlines

We're prohibiting local and state unfettered communications with federal authorities in getting many dangerous and violent felons out of our communities.

Jeff Stone

Found on CNN
4 years ago

Top News

Although Gorsuch's exact views on the Second Amendment remain a mystery, several of his decisions made it harder to keep guns out of the hands of felons.

Adam Winkler

Found on CNN
4 years ago

Politics

[ The ] 2004 [ race ] was a real mess in Washington when Los Angeles in 2008 was in charge of the election, they kept finding ballots and losing ballots. They let dozens of felons vote illegally. Los Angeles in 2008 did a terrible job.

Bob Williams

Found on FOX News
4 years ago

Politics

There were 54,000 felons and fugitives who tried to illegally buy a firearm. Do you know how many of those the Obama administration prosecuted? Forty-four. Forty-four out of 54,000 were prosecuted.

Ted Cruz

Found on CNN
5 years ago

Top News

They go in and fight to give the right to vote to convicted felons. Why? Because the Democrats know convicted felons tend to vote Democrat, and so the media never reports on any of that and doesn't want to admit any of that but you can see in every one of these -- every time there's a terrible crime, they're so excited, 'Come on, please one of these be a Republican so we can try to paint the other side,' it is one of the more egregious examples of media bias but it's something we see over and over and over again.

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz

Found on CNN
5 years ago

Politics

On average these criminals have been in federal prison for nine years -- you don’t have to be a sheriff to realize that a felon after nine years in jail isn’t going to be adding value to the community. A third are illegals and felons so they can’t work. What do we think they are going to do?

Sheriff Paul Babeu

Found on FOX News
5 years ago

Latest Headlines

We took this approach because it was a responsible course of action and chose not to counter the wide number of inaccurate facts and misinformation being reported by various new agencies through less than reliable sources, our course will continue to stay the same regardless of 'allegations' made by a handful of violent convicted felons.

James Miller

Found on CNN
6 years ago

Top News

Our course will continue to stay the same regardless of 'allegations' made by a handful of violent convicted felons. the quantity and similarity of the complaints is troubling.

Michael Cassidy

Found on CNN
6 years ago

Top News

Due to disjointed laws and basic incompetence on many levels, the U.S. has suffered a self-inflicted wound in the murder of our daughter, legislation should be discussed, enacted or changed to take these undocumented immigrant felons off our streets for good.

Jim Steinle

Found on Reuters
6 years ago

U.S.

It's unbelievable to see so many innocent Americans that have been killed by undocumented immigrant felons in recent years.

Jim Steinle

Found on FOX News
6 years ago

Politics

Under existing federal law many people convicted of non-violent state-level misdemeanors have lost their Second Amendment rights because they’ve been lumped together with convicted felons due to indeterminate sentencing laws, that’s not right, and cases like this help restore some perspective and narrow some broad legislative brush strokes.

Alan Gottlieb

Found on FOX News
6 years ago

U.S.

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