By Bob Owens
We’re going to assume that you’re aware that Katie Couric is the executive producer of a scandal-riddled documentary called Under the Gun. The film, directed by long-time Couric collaborator Stephanie Soechtig quickly came under fire for a fraudulent and possibly libelous edit that has members of the Virginia Citizens Defense League weighing their legal options.
A week later another bombshell about the film dropped, which suggests that Soechtig and a Colorado-based producer—believed to be Denver, CO attorney Joshua A. Kunau—committed federal felony gun crimes while attempting to show that the current background check system doesn’t work.
Soechtig inadvertently confessed to the crimes in a February interview which has since been pulled offline.
She then released a revised claim yesterday to several media outlets.
While it may seem hard to believe that one could buy these types of guns this easily, all purchases in the film were made completely legally. Arizona law allows out-of-state residents to buy long guns (i.e. rifles, shotguns, military style assault rifles) from a private seller without a background …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms