ThePersonWhoWrites 
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Re: “Gun crazy

Some major omissions in this article:

-Claims to how often the gun registry was accessed are irrelevant. Any sort of police check will automatically check the registry as well. So if they run someones license plate, that automatically counts as a check on the gun registry. I have actually been told by many RCMP officers that the registry was useless, and a dangerous thing to rely on, and that they never bothered paying attention to it.

-"guesses that they likely find them through word of mouth or just plain luck." -A direct link has been shown between gun registration and break-and-enters. It turns out that major crime organizations were hacking into the long gun registry and using it as a shopping list - choosing homes with a collection of registered guns and stealing them when nobody is home. Some argued that this was impossible, but hackers have proven that the database can be accessed with only a few minutes of work. This is why members of the triad in Vancouver seemed to be able to obtain guns almost immediately upon entering Canada (a couple years ago it was found Chinese hackers had maintained continuous access to the rcmp database for years).

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Posted by ThePersonWhoWrites on 11/17/2013 at 4:04 PM

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