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To Earn up to $2500 for the Return of these STOLEN Weapons !!!
Reporting Agency:West Palm Beach Police Department
Gun Make:MOSIN-NAGANT (actually Wise-Lite)
REWARD for Wise-Lite PKM s/n GL905 + Other Guns !
ATF & FBI Scared FFL from Keeping these Guns in his Gun Store in Davie, Florida
These guns were previously displayed in a gun store in Davie, FL. - but FBI & ATF both visited him together - alleging these guns were to overthrow the Kenyan (yeah right with 'small arms') ???
So FFL wanted guns removed & Thanks to ATF & FBI for now causing a massive Crime Spree with homicides, car-jackings & home invasions that were done with weapons that were previously safe in FFL's store until ridiculous 'Bogeyman' Conspiracy intimidation scared FFL !!!
$1,000 REWARD for RETURN of Wise-lite/Marcolmar Semi-Auto PKM Serial # GL905 that W. Palm Beach Police listed as a 'Moisin-Nagant' on NCIC because they're & REFUSE to correct to PKM - just as they refused to investigate THEFT & now ATF says other guns (AK's & RPK's) have been involved in homicides - like two Circle K clerks killed for $65 in April 2010 & vast crime spree...
Florida Department of Law Enforcement - Stolen Gun
1. Semi-Auto version of Russian PKM Machine Gun (Google: 'Marcolmar PKM') serial #GL905
Reporting Agency:West Palm Beach Police Department
Agency Case #:09-0023017
Date of Theft:12/18/2009
Gun Make:MOSIN-NAGANT (should've read 'Marcolmar' or Wise-Lite)
2. Poly-Tech M-14S serial # 16292 - Large high-power Leatherwood scope - Fiberglass Vietnam stock
3. Bulgarian SA-M7 (milled-receiver AK-47) s/n # AB050302 & Ace Side-folding tubular stock
4. Egyptian Maadi RPM model (RPK - long barrel AK-47 Sporter) serial # CT-05375
5. Romanian SAR-1 (AKM) 7.62 x 39mm s/n unknown - with horse-like symbol painted on buttstock
6. Norinco SKS-D model that accepts standard AK-47 mags s/n unknown
A $2,500 reward is NOW being offered for the arrest & conviction of those who TOOK these rifles from a vehicle parked at a Public Storage facility in W. Palm Beach, Florida sometime between Thanksgiving 2009 & Dec. 18, 2009.
For the REWARDS - call either (786) 261-9273 or (720) 940-1458 - and for the arrest of the person(s) who took the guns - call 911 and reference W. Palm Beach, Florida Police Department case # 09-23017.
Two charged in Circle-K homicides
PALM BEACH COUNTY, Fla. - Two men are accused in the murder of a two convenience store clerks in Greenacres that happened last April. Robert W. Alvarez and Darnell Razz both face two counts of first degree murder and numerous other charges for the homicie.
The two are accused of being part of a wider crime ring, according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office. They announced the arrests along with six others in a news conference on Friday morning. The eight men face multiple counts as part of a crime spree that included multiple home invasion robberies, a third homicide, and an attempted homicide. The eight men face 28 counts of racketeering and other charges for the alleged crime spree that took place between April 30th and June 8th of 2010 throughout Palm Beach County.
Alvarez and Razz could face the death penalty if convicted of first degree homicide. The other six suspects face possible life sentences.
Below are the detailed charges, courtesy of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office.
ROBERT W. ALVAREZ - 1 Count of Racketeering – 895.02(4) and 895.03(3) (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Conspiracy To Commit Racketeering – 777.04(3), 895.02, 895.03 and 895.04 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 2 Counts of Robbery With a Firearm – 775.087(2)(a)(1), 775.087(2)(a)(2), 775.087(2)(a)(3), 812.13(1) & (2)(a) (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 1 Count of Attempt to Commit Robbery With a Firearm - 775.087(2)(a)1, 777.04(1) and 812.13(1) & (2)(a) (2 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 Years in Prison; 3 Counts of Kidnapping With a Firearm - 790.001, 787.01(1)(a) & (2), 775.087(1) and 775.087(2)(a)1 (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 1 Count of Carjacking With a Firearm - 775.087(2)(a)1 and 812.133(1) & (2)(a) (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 3 Counts of Home Invasion Robbery With a Firearm - 790.001, 775.087(1), 775.087(2)(a)1 and 812.135 (L F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison; 2 Counts of Conspiracy To Commit Home Invasion Robbery With a Firearm - 775.087(1), 775.087(2)(a)1, and 812.135 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Attempt to Commit Home Invasion Robbery With a Firearm - 790.001, 775.087(2)(a)1, 775.087(1), 777.04(1) and 812.135 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years in Prison; 1 Count of Aggravated Assault On A Police Officer - 775.0823(10), 784.07(2)(c) and 784.021 (2 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 years In Prison; 1 Count of Grand Theft (Motor Vehicle) - 812.014(1) & (2)(c) (3 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 5 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Dealing In Stolen Property - 812.019(1) (2 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 Years In Prison and 1 Count of False Verification of Ownership - 538.04(4)(b) (2 F) – Maximum Allowable Sentence: 15 Years In Prison – TOTAL POSSIBLE MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 9 Life Sentences + 215 Years.
DARNELL RAZZ - 1 Count of Racketeering – 895.02(4) and 895.03(3) (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Conspiracy To Commit Racketeering – 777.04(3), 895.02, 895.03 and 895.04 (1 F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: 30 Years In Prison; 1 Count of Attempted First Degree Murder With A Firearm - 777.04(1), 782.04(1)(a)(2) and 775.087(1) & (2) (L F) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison and 1 Count of Robbery With a Firearm – 775.087(2)(a)(1), 775.087(2)(a)(2), 775.087(2)(a)(3), 812.13(1) & (2)(a) (1 F pbl) - Maximum Allowable Sentence: Life in Prison - TOTAL POSSIBLE MAXIMUM SENTENCE: 2 Life Sentences.
AK-47 maker Kalashnikov gives rifles makeover
The weapons manufacturer hopes its re-branded guns will attract foreign buyers
The company is also branching out into fashion, launching a line of branded survival gear.
The firm, which relies heavily on the export market, is among the targets of Western sanctions imposed over Russia's role in the Ukraine conflict.
The Kalashnikov, or AK-47, is one of the world's most recognizable weapons.
The gun is relatively cheap as well as easy to manufacture and maintain, contributing to its popularity with guerrilla forces and national armies in Asia and Africa.
It is thought that more than 100 million Kalashnikov rifles have been sold worldwide. The inventor of the rifle, Soviet Lt-Gen Mikhail Kalashnikov, died last year.
Kalashnikov designed the AK-47 after being wounded fighting for the Red Army
At Tuesday's event in Moscow, the manufacturer - now known as 'Kalashnikov Concern' - revealed a new logo featuring the letters 'K and C'.
Women in tight black dresses wandered around holding AK-47 ammunition cartridges, while an orchestra played patriotic Russian classics, the Moscow Times reported.
According to the website of Russia Today, the manufacturer also has two new slogans - "Protecting Peace" in English, and "Weapons of Peace" in Russian.
The company says it sold 140,000 guns in 2014 - double the figure for the previous year.
Kalashnikov CEO Alexei Krivoruchko said the firm intended to modernize production with a view to making 300,000 weapons annually by 2020.
Western sanctions have reportedly stalled an order for some 200,000 rifles intended for sale in the US and Canada.
"The US market was very important for us," the Moscow Times quoted Mr Krivoruchko as saying.
The sanctions have also led to the cancellation of a marketing campaign featuring Hollywood action hero Steven Seagal, Agence France-Presse reports.
Russian/Egyptian 'Military-Issue' 4 piece stock set - SOLD !!!
Chinese AP 'Steel Core' Military-Issue 7.62 x 39mm - SOLD OUT Feb. 1, 2015 !
Chinese 'Military Issue' Vietnam-Era Stripper Clips $1 each - while others want $2 ea. for Thin Blued Stripper Clips !!!
Russian 'AKM Style' Stock Set = SOLD !!!
Where to find your 'Select-Fire' (Full-Auto) AK-47 markings…
Second: What the markings mean…
Brand New G.I. Issue 7 Round 1911 .45ACP mags - SOLD OUT on 11-15-2014 !!!
Important Notice: 'SOLD OUT' of Romanian PSL-54C mags !!!
20 Examples of the Violent Legacy of Obama & Holder's "Fast and Furious" Gun-Running to be used as an EXCUSE to ban Semi-Auto Weapons in the USA!
(Image above: 42 weapons recovered by Mexican military in Naco, Sonora, Mexico, 20 Nov 2009. Operation Fast and Furious suspect Uriel Patino bought 19 of the weapons one to two weeks earlier. From: Justice Dept. Inspector General)
Since 2011, the Justice Department has refused repeated requests from Congress and the news media to fully disclose details of incidents involving guns that had been illegally trafficked to Mexican drug cartels under the watch of U.S. agents in Operation Fast and Furious. The partial list below was compiled using available information.
Known crimes linked to “walked” weapons:
- 2 U.S. federal agents
- 3 Mexican police
- 1 terrorist torture/kidnaping/murder in Mexico
Attempted murders or injuries: 3
Kidnapings: 4 (all in Mexico)
Assaults/Shootouts: 4 incidents
- 2 in Mexico against military; 2 in U.S. against Phoenix law enforcement
1. Nov. 14, 2009 Mexican Kidnaping Crime Scene
One AK-47 type assault rifle purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect was recovered in Atoyac de Alvarez, Mexico after the Mexican military rescued a kidnap victim.
2. Dec. 9, 2009 Cartel Crime Scene Seizure in Mexico
Mexican Army recovered 900 pounds of cocaine, 132 pounds of methamphetamine, $2 million U.S. dollars and 48 firearms in Mexicali, Mexico. Twenty of the weapons had been purchased by Fast and Furious suspects.
Mexicali seizure of Fast and Furious weapons, Nov. 2009. Photo: Justice Dept. Inspector General
3. Dec. 18, 2009 Crime Scene in Mexico
Mexican law enforcement agents recovered five firearms in Tijuana, Mexico, four of which had been originally purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect.
4. Date unknown, 2010 Mexican Men Assault Phoenix Detectives
Arizona state police revealed that two guns from Fast and Furious were found in an arrest involving two Mexican men who assaulted detectives outside Phoenix in 2010. Nobody was seriously hurt.
5. Jan. 8, 2010 Mexican Army Seizure
Two weapons purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect were recovered as part of a 14-gun seizure by the Mexican Army in Tijuana, Mexico.
Seizure of Fast and Furious Weapons at Tohono O’odham Indian reservation, Arizona, Feb. 20, 2010. Photo: Dept. of Justice Inspector General
6. Feb. 20, 2010 U.S. Crime Scene Seizure
Agents in Arizona at the Tohono O’odham Indian reservation seized 37 AK-47 style weapons purchased ten days earlier by a Fast and Furious suspect.
7. Feb. 26 and 27, 2010 Cartel Weapons Seizures in Mexico
ATF notified U.S. Attorney’s office of two large recovery incidents in Mexico that believed to include Fast and Furious weapons. An email on the Feb. 26 incident stated: “big Mexican Army seizure last night in Sinaloa from ‘Chapo’ Guzman’s guys.”
8. July 1, 2010 Two Murders in Mexico
Two AK-47 type assault rifles purchased by Fast and Furious suspects were recovered in Sonora, Mexico after a shootout between Mexican cartels. Two murders involving the weapons were reported in the incident.
9. July 26, 2010 Firing of Rifle in Mexico
A giant .50 caliber Barrett rifle purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect was recovered in Durango, Mexico after apparently having been fired. No further details were given.
10. Aug. 13, 2010 Mexican Military vs. Armed Group
Two AK-47 type assault rifles purchased by a Fast and Furious target were recovered in Durango, Mexico after a confrontation between the Mexican military and an “armed group.”
11. Nov. 14, 2010 Terrorist Torture Murder of Mexican Official’s Brother
Two Fast and Furious “walked” AK-47 variant rifles were found at the scene of a shoot-out with suspects in the Oct. 2010 terrorist torture, kidnap and murder of the brother of a Mexican state attorney general, Patricia Gonzalez Rodriguez.
12. Dec. 14, 2010 Border Patrol Agent Murder
Two or three AK-47 style rifles found at the murder scene of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, who was killed in Arizona by illegal immigrant bandits, had been sold to Mexican drug cartels by Fast and Furious weapons trafficking suspects under ATF’s watch.
13. Feb. 15, 2011 U.S. Immigration and Customs Agent Murdered in Mexico, Partner Injured.
Immigration and Customs (ICE) Agent Jaime Zapata was murdered and his partner injured in a suspected cartel ambush in Mexico. Two weapons linked to suspects who were under ATF surveillance were used in the murder.
14. May 27, 2011 Mexican Military Helicopter Downed, 29 Cartel Members Killed
A Mexican military helicopter was forced to land after drug cartel suspects fired upon it near Jalisco, western Mexico. Authorities seized more than 70 assault rifles and other weapons from the suspects including three AK-47 type assault rifles sold to Fast and Furious suspects.
15. Aug 17, 2011 11 Violent Crimes in U.S.
The Justice Department reported that Fast and Furious guns had been recovered, so far, at 11 violent crime scenes in the U.S. but refused to provide details requested by Congress. Later, the Justice Department revised the number and said there were only two violent crime scenes.
16. Sept. 14, 2011 8 Violent Crimes in Mexico: 3 Murders, 4 Kidnappings, 1 Attempted Homicide
Fast and Furious weapons were reported to be tied to at least eight violent crimes in Mexico including three murders, four kidnappings and an attempted homicide.
17. Nov. 23, 2012 Five Killed, Including Beauty Queen, in Mexico
A weapon purchased by a Fast and Furious suspect under ATF’s watch was recovered scene of a shootout between Sinaloa drug cartel members and Mexican military in Ciudad Guamuchil, Sinaloa, Mexico. Sinaloa beauty queen Maria Susana Flores Gamez and four others were killed.
19. July 29, 2013 Gang-style Assault in Phoenix
An AK-47 rifle that was part of Fast and Furious was used in the gang-style assault on an apartment building in Phoenix that left two people wounded.
19. Aug. 14, 2013 Three Weapons Recovered at Mexican Crime Scenes
Three WASR-10 762-calibur Romanian rifles sold to Fast and Furious suspects under ATF’s watch turned up at crime scenes in Mexico.
20. Oct. 10, 2013 Three Mexican Police Murdered
A grenade linked to Jean Baptiste Kingery, whom federal officials allowed to traffic unimpeded, was linked to a drug cartel shootout in Tepatitlin, Jalisco, Mexico in which three Jalisco State police officers were murdered and four cartel members were killed.