In America, a white supremacist methamphetamine addict with a felony had no problem amassing a large collection of assault rifles and ammo despite felonies.
"Last spring, U.S. Forest Service police caught Parks and a gaggle of others smoking meth and shooting semi-automatic assault rifles in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest," reports the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
"Searching the 38-year-old Belfair resident’s home weeks later, police found white supremacist materials – flags and patches related to a racist religious movement – and more guns."
USA! USA! USA!
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