Pennsylvania Felon Busted For Trying To Sell Stolen Guns
By Tom Knighton
The gun laws we currently have are supposed to help keep convicted felons from getting their hands on guns. In reality, we know this doesn’t work. The bad guys continue to get their hands on firearms.
They get them, in part, from people like this guy.
A convicted felon from Marcus Hook was charged Monday with selling two stolen firearms to an undercover agent who was posing as a convicted felon, officials said.
Charles David Clark, of the unit block of West Sixth Street in Marcus Hook, faces a slew of gun charges, according to a press release issued by Delaware County District Attorney Katayoun M. Copeland.
Clark is charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and receiving stolen property, both felonies of the second degree, possession of a firearm without a license, illegal sales of firearms, and criminal use of a communication facility, felonies of the third degree, and offenses.
“In the case of Charles David Clark, he stole these guns and then brazenly sold them for profit to an individual who he believed was a criminal, showing a complete disregard for the law,” said Copeland. “By doing so, and blatantly perpetuating criminal activity right here in …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms