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Armored vehicles — in Nevada County?

Just got home from shopping at the Grocery Outlet where I picked up my free copy of the Territorial Dispatch newspaper published in Marysville. Top right, Page 6, “Flash: Mine-Protected Vehicle.” The Nevada County Sheriff is now in possession of Homeland Security’s Hugh 6 wheel “Mine Protected Vehicle.” Complete with a top mounted machine gun and remote controlled grapple arm. Supposed to be the ultimate in “crime control.”

Well, I guess we all need one, with all the terrible things going on. This one don’t bother me as much as the kind President Obama is supplying to certain cities.

The president’s kind are camouflaged and have UN in big letters on the side for “United Nations” and being staffed with “foreign” people. High ups say foreign people do not have the qualms on shooting Americans. One of these was photographed in Yuba City recently. Is there something going on behind the scenes?



Al Hoffmeyer, Hoffmeyer’s Firearms

Marysville


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