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AZ: Feds seize guns of 8 Chinese students at University of Arizona
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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In recent months, federal and state officials have cited at least eight Chinese students at the UA for fraudulently obtaining resident hunting licenses, and also seized from them a number of firearms obtained using those licenses. A high-ranking federal official told the Star his agency has no evidence of “malicious intent” by the eight students. Nevertheless, the purchases reveal what officials say is a potentially troubling vulnerability in federal and Arizona firearms laws, which exempt international students and other nonimmigrant visa holders with hunting licenses from prohibitions on gun ownership.
 

Comment by: mickey (5/22/2017)
So, the only thing they did that was illegal was to buy the Resident license instead of the more expensive Nonresident license?

"Gong was cited by the state officer for fraudulently obtaining a hunting license, a Class 2 misdemeanor to which he pleaded guilty and paid a fine. He is facing no other state or federal charges, according to court documents and a federal official."
 

Comment by: jac (5/22/2017)
Sounds like they are making a mountain out of a mole hill.

As if they didn't have bigger problems to pursue. Taking guns from non residents where there is no hostile intent borders on legal robbery.
 

Comment by: mickey (5/22/2017)
Unreasonable would be to swarm them with feds and force 'consent for seizure' out of them.

Reasonable would be to tell them their license aren't valid and give them 10 days to get a valid license or get rid of the guns.

I wonder what would happen if they bought nonresident licenses and demanded their rifles back?
 

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