When A “Silenced Sub-Machine Gun” Isn’t
By Bob Owens
I ran across an interesting crime report this morning in the New Hampshire Union-Leader, which ends up being an excellent example of why you can’t trust what you read in your average news story. The article was headlined with the catchy title, “Warner felon caught with silenced sub-machine pistol, drugs.”
A felon on parole named Gordon Potter and his friend Aliza Drouin were approached by a Salem detective after the detective noticed erratic Drouin’s driving. When Potter got combative, the detective called for backup.
The real fun began when they searched the car:
Police said officers found a small amount of …read more
Via:: Bearing Arms