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December 27, 2012


I am extremely curious as to what will happen to all the guns collected from this event?

The original article clearly stated that the 'Rocket launchers' had been made inert (non working) and could be bought on eBay. This edit didn't tell you that, did it?

That tube that used to hold a rocket is worthless and won't harm anyone unless you use it to hit them over the head with it. That tube is no different than holding a spent casing of a bullet. I sure hope the LAPD didn't give out a gift certificate for that tube. Nothing but a media show.

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