Posted June 20, 2022 6:00 am by Comments

By Lee Williams

by Kevin Sona and Lee WilliamsWhen the Miami Police Department’s “GUNS 4 UKRAINE” gun buyback first began Saturday morning, the public and members of the pro-gun media were allowed to stand next to three tents where the transactions were taking place.However, when it became obvious that turnout was poor and the event was fizzling, police started pushing onlookers back farther and farther away — a total of eight times. Eventually, the public was moved more than 150 yards away from the tents.In addition, Miami Police positioned vehicles and bicycle officers to block the public’s view of the buyback.Miami Police used vehicles and bicycle officers to block the public from seeing what type of firearms were turned in Saturday during a gun buyback. (All photos courtesy Kevin Sona.)“They said they were pushing us back for our safety and for officer safety,” said Kevin Sona, a Florida Carry, Inc. director who covered the event for the Second Amendment Foundation’s Investigative Journalism Project. “The only unsafe act I saw were the cops who were muzzling themselves and other people.”To be clear, Sona and a few other onlookers were on a public sidewalk near the public parking lot of Miami City Hall. They never

Source: The Gun Writer

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