James V. Baker and Brandon Vreeland were just out for a stroll in Dearborn Michigan one day, bearing firearms as is their natural right. They were “auditing” their local police department to see if the cops would honor the oath they took and leave Americans carrying firearms alone. The local police failed the audit by harassing the two men for being armed. So Baker and Vreeland decided to go complain, while still armed. This of course did not sit well with the local police who pointed guns at them and arrested both men.
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