Codrea: Stolen FBI Submachine Gun Once More Highlights Government Double Standards


Famous but incompetent.


17 responses to “Codrea: Stolen FBI Submachine Gun Once More Highlights Government Double Standards

  1. Steel T Post

    What if these Kommiefornia agents are “accidentally on purpose” losing weapons to clandestinely arm’s Leftist shock troops? Fast and Furious: SFO Edition.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      There’s absolutely no historical precedent for anything like that, my good fellow.
      Leftenant Digby Worthington-Smythe, 2nd Paras/UDA Quartermaster

  2. Heh. A $1000 fine would be chicken feed compared to the street value of a subgun on the black market. Remember all the Beretta 9mm pistols we gave to Iraq security forces years ago? Most of them were “lost” too as the underpaid cops sold them for a profit. Same thing happened to thousands of M4’s too.

  3. starting to get the feel of Matt Bracken’s book…wonder if these “missing guns” will show up in the hands of militia during a raid.

  4. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  5. “Heckler & Koch MP5 10mm”

    What was that WEAPON OF WAR doing on our streets? I hope the mags were loaded the HK way.

  6. James Gardner

    The Fibbies have lowered the bar substantially the last couple of decades. Personal discipline, keeping weapons and computers secure, a strict moral and ethical code are all victims of sliding standards… entrapment and extortion seem to be part of the new focus…

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  7. I will put my $$$ on the idea that they are using professional incompetence to arm the BLM Rangers and any other latter day SA for the left out there. That none of these weapons is turning up in raids, crimes or otherwise recovered means some one or some entity is shepherding the resource. That is my opinion only.

  8. A few yrs ago while working at a local State University in Dayton (Wright State), the university police chief left his loaded Glock in a public restroom. Note that children have access to this restroom, yet this asshole kept his job. He ‘self-disciplined’ himself by taking some inane weapons safety coarse. Had a non-LEO done something as careless, we’d be in fear of prosecution let-alone keeping your jerb.

  9. Stealth Spaniel

    a being of godlike prowess and beneficence who often came to be honored as a divinity.
    a warrior-chieftain of special strength, courage, or ability.
    an immortal being; demigod.
    Not so much……..gross incompetence and wholesale lies tends to destroy reputations. So wear that badge and shine!

  10. The ‘authorities’ don’t know when or where it was taken. That reeks of monumental stupidity AND arrogance.

  11. The life curriculum vitae of most of today’s FBI “special” agents:
    Grammar school.
    Middle school.
    High school.
    FBI Academy Quantico.
    Real life experience = 0.
    0 real life experience = 0 common sense.
    0 common sense = 0 attention to detail.
    0 attention to detail = lost/stolen firearms.

  12. Feral Underclass

    944 guns gone missing in the Bay Area alone since 2010? My spidey senses tell me at least some of them were sold to the highest bidder.

    “Gee Sarge, I dunno, it must’ve just fell out of my holster.”

    Also might be a good idea to do an inventory check in evidence lockup. Money, money, money.

  13. Because the po-LICE are the only ones corrupt enough…

    Here are the nine reports of police misconduct tracked for Thursday, January 29, 2017:

    Hanahan, South Carolina: An officer was suspended after his arrest for domestic violence.
    Galveston, Texas: An officer was arrested after a multi-agency investigation into steroid distribution.
    Contra Costa County, California: A deputy was fired after his arrest for an off-duty shooting at a house party in Sacramento.
    Cleveland, Ohio: An officer was arrested for sexual assault against his ex-girlfriend in an off-duty incident.
    Chicago, Illinois: An officer was charged with felony sexual assault against a minor.
    Quincy, Massachusetts: An officer surrendered after a four-hour standoff with a SWAT team following shots fired during a domestic disturbance.
    Update: Prince George’s County, Maryland (First reported 07-22-16): An officer pled guilty to taking ‘upskirt’ photos of an off-duty officer from another department. He is scheduled to be sentenced February 17.
    Hamilton County, Tennessee: A deputy was suspended for using a racial slur against a colleague twice. He was ordered to undergo workplace retraining.
    Update: Rutherford County, Tennessee (First reported 05-27-16): The now-former sheriff pled guilty to federal fraud and extortion charges for running an electronic cigarette scam in the county jail. He still faces local charges for a domestic assault arrest that followed indictment on the fraud charges.

  14. Any body know the going price, black market wise, for an item like that? I’m just sayin’. My friend, uh, not a gun guy, he’s curious, and uh, he’d like to know, for like uh, you know, historical reasons. Yeah, that’s the ticket!