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“How Many More Mass Shootings Must We Endure?”: Assault Weapon Ban Passed by House, Likely to Be Shot Down by Senate

“How Many More Mass Shootings Must We Endure?”: Assault Weapon Ban Passed by House, Likely to Be Shot Down by Senate

The House passed a bill to ban assault weapons—although just barely—and it will likely be struck down in the Senate.

The Assault Weapons Ban of 2022 passed in a final vote on Friday of 217-213, as Representatives did not vote strictly along party lines. Two Republicans, Chris Jacobs (R-N.Y.) and Brian Fitzpatrick (R-Pa.) voted for the bill while five Democrats Henry Cuellar (D-Texas), Jared Golden (D-Maine), Vicente Gonzalez (D-Texas), Kurt Schrader (D-Ore.) and Ron Kind (D-Wis.) voted against it.

The New York Times predicted the bill would be “doomed” in the Senate, as it is not expected to gain the support of 10 Republicans to overcome a filibuster. The legislation would make it illegal to sell, manufacture, import or possess semi-automatic weapons.

The urgency for gun violence reform laws follows the aftermath of several devastating mass shootings: the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, the supermarket shooting in Buffalo, New York, and the July Fourth parade shooting in Highland Park, Illinois.

"When guns are the number one killer of children in America, when more children die from guns than active-duty police and active-duty military combined, we have to act," President Joe Biden said in a statement following the House passing the legislation. "Today, House Democrats acted by unifying to pass an assault weapons ban to keep weapons of war off our streets, save lives in this country, and reduce crime in our communities."

 Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) asked rhetorically on the House floor: “How many more mass shootings must we endure? When will we learn?”

Citing crime and midterm politics, the House legislation is a no-go for most Republicans and the National Rifle Association who consider the gun violence measures an election-year ploy by Democrats.

Jason Quimet, executive director of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action, said this bill was “in blatant opposition to the Supreme Court’s rulings” last month, which expanded individual gun rights, allowing for firearms to be carried in public spaces. 


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Firearms Expert Reacts To Killing Floor 2’s Guns

Firearms Expert Reacts To Killing Floor 2’s Guns

Jonathan Ferguson, a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries, breaks down the weaponry of Killing Floor 2, including the unique ‘Doshinegun’, a ‘Tommy Gun In Space’, and a lever action shotgun combined with a magic axe blade for good measure.

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In the latest video in the Firearm Expert Reacts series, Jonathan Ferguson--a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries--breaks down the guns of Killing Floor 2 and compares them to their potential real-life counterparts.

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US House votes to ban assault weapons as Republicans criticize ‘gun grab’

US House votes to ban assault weapons as Republicans criticize ‘gun grab’

The House has passed legislation to revive a ban on semi-automatic guns, the first vote of its kind in years and a direct response to the firearms often used in the crush of mass shootings ripping through communities nationwide.

Once banned in the US, the high-powered firearms are now widely blamed as the weapon of choice among young men responsible for many of the most devastating mass shootings. But Congress allowed the restrictions first put in place in 1994 on the manufacture and sales of the weapons to expire a decade later, unable to muster the political support to counter the powerful gun lobby and reinstate the weapons ban.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi pushed the vote toward passage in the Democratic-run House, saying the earlier ban had “saved lives”.

The House legislation is shunned by Republicans, who dismissed it as an election-year strategy by Democrats. Almost all Republicans voted against the bill, which passed 217-213. It will probably stall in the 50-50 Senate.

The bill comes at a time of intensifying concerns about gun violence and shootings – the supermarket shooting in Buffalo, New York; massacre of school children in Uvalde, Texas; and the Fourth of July shooting of revelers in Highland Park, Illinois.

Voters seem to be taking such election-year votes seriously as Congress splits along party lines and lawmakers are forced to go on the record with their views. A recent vote to protect same-sex marriages from potential supreme court legal challenges won a surprising amount of bipartisan support.

Joe Biden, who was instrumental in helping secure the first semi-automatic weapons ban as a senator in 1994, encouraged passage, promising to sign the bill if it reached his desk. In a statement before the vote, his administration said: “We know an assault weapons and large-capacity magazine ban will save lives.”

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The Biden administration said for 10 years while the ban was in place, mass shootings declined. “When the ban expired in 2004, mass shootings tripled,” the statement said.

Republicans stood firmly against limits on ownership of the high-powered firearms during an at times emotional debate ahead of voting.

“It’s a gun-grab, pure and simple,” said Guy Reschenthaler of Pennsylvania.

Said Andrew Clyde of Georgia: “An armed America is a safe and free America.”

Democrats argued that the ban on the weapons makes sense, portraying Republicans as extreme and out of step with Americans.

Jim McGovern of Massachusetts said the weapons ban was not about taking away Americans’ second amendment rights but ensuring that children also had the right “to not get shot in school”.

National gun violence prevention organizations are describing the House’s actions as a promising step toward getting future restrictions passed at the federal level.

“Just a few years ago this would have been unthinkable,” said Trevon Bosley, a board member of March for Our Lives. The organization was born after a young gunman shot and killed 17 students and staff of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

“This bill won’t save lives yet, but it does send a powerful message to the millions of young people who are growing up fighting for our lives: change is possible.”

The bill would make it unlawful to import, sell or manufacture a long list of semi-automatic weapons. Jerry Nadler, chair of the judiciary committee, said it exempts those already in possession.

Since the previous ban expired nearly two decades ago, Democrats had been reluctant to revisit the issue and confront the gun lobby. But voter opinions appear to be shifting and Democrats dared to act before the fall election. The outcome will also make candidates’ stance on gun legislation clear ahead of the midterm elections.

Congress passed a modest gun violence prevention package just last month in the aftermath of the tragic shooting of 19 school children and two teachers in Uvalde. That bipartisan bill was the first of its kind after years of failed efforts to confront the gun lobby, including after a similar 2012 mass tragedy at Sandy Hook elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.

That law provides for expanded background checks on young adults buying firearms, allowing authorities to access certain juvenile records. It also closes the so-called “boyfriend loophole” by denying gun purchases for those convicted of domestic abuse outside of marriages.

The new law also frees up federal funding to the states, including for “red flag” laws that enable authorities to remove guns from those who would harm themselves or others.

But even that modest effort at halting gun violence came at time of grave uncertainty in the US over restrictions on firearms as the more conservative supreme court is tackling gun rights and other issues.

Biden signed the measure two days after the supreme court’s ruling striking down a New York law that restricted people’s ability to carry concealed weapons.

Abené Clayton contributed reporting


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Sheriff suggests residents tell ATF agents conducting warrantless, surprise gun inspections to leave

Sheriff suggests residents tell ATF agents conducting warrantless, surprise gun inspections to leave

A Washington State sheriff Friday advised residents in his county that if agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) come to their homes without a search warrant asking to inspect their firearms, they can tell them to leave their property.

Klickitat County Sheriff Bob Songer, in a press statement, said that agents are “making surprise home visits of persons who have purchased two or more firearms at one time. To my knowledge, these ATF visits have not occurred in Washington State yet.”

Mr. Songer says that if residents are contacted by an ATF agent or any other federal agent, lacking a search warrant to inspect firearms they have purchased, residents do not have to cooperate with the authorities and should contact his office if the agents refuse to leave their property.

“Ask the agents to show you their Search Warrant to inspect your firearms. The Warrant must be signed by a Judge,” Mr. Songer said. “Ask them if the Sheriff is aware of them contacting people in our County.”

The Sheriff then suggests telling the agents to leave the property. If they refuse, “they are trespassing,” and to call the Klickitat County Sheriff and report the incident, which could lead to the arrest of the federal agents.

“If the ATF agents do not have a search warrant signed by a judge, and you have told them to leave your property and they refuse to do so, call me, and I will make contact with the agents,” Mr. Songer says. “If they still refuse to leave, I will personally arrest the ATF agents for Criminal Trespass and book them into the Klickitat County Jail.”

“In my opinion, these surprise visits by ATF Agents are nothing more than a fishing expedition to see what guns you have in your possession,” Mr. Songer said in his press release. “I believe this type of conduct by the ATF Agents is an infringement of your 2nd Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution and the Washington State Constitution.”

“They are looking for ‘STRAW PURCHASES’ in which a legal gun buyer purchases two or more firearms, and then gives/sells it to someone who cannot pass a legal gun purchase ATF Form 4473 background check,” he said. “It appears at this time, ATF Agents are making surprise home visits along the I-95 corridor in the States of Indiana, Nevada and Arizona, and Biden’s home state of Delaware.”

Mr. Songer’s press release came out one day after a recent doorbell video recording from a Delaware resident showing ATF agents and a state police trooper asking a legal firearm owner for his weapons’ serial numbers without a warrant.

The video, which the ATF defended as “entirely appropriate,” caused an uproar among Second Amendment advocacy organizations, including Gun Owners of America (GOA), which said the U.S. “background check system has turned into a de facto registry, allowing the federal government to check up on who owns what firearms because of the ATF unlawful actions.”

Rep. Matt Rosendale, Montana Republican, called for an investigation into the incident, saying that he fears “that there will be more illegal inspections to come as the Left continues its assault on our 2nd Amendment rights. Congress should investigate this immediately.”


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House committee advances bill to ban assault weapons

House committee advances bill to ban assault weapons

The House Judiciary Committee advanced a bill to ban assault weapons on Wednesday, the first time in two decades a congressional panel has moved to prohibit the sale, transfer and possession of the popular firearms.

The committee approved the Assault Weapons Ban of 2021 in a 25-18 vote following an hours-long markup.

Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.), the chairman of the committee, announced last week that the panel would move on the legislation. The move comes after a spate of mass shootings in the U.S., a number of which were perpetrated by young men reportedly wielding assault-style semi-automatic rifles.

A gunman opened fire at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas in May, killing 19 students and two teachers. Earlier this month, seven people were fatally shot at a July Fourth parade in Highland Park, Ill.

In both incidents, the alleged shooter was young man with an AR-style semi-automatic weapon, which is the main firearm the legislation aims to restrict.

The bill, sponsored by Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.), specifically seeks to prohibit the sale, manufacture, transfer or import of all semi-automatic rifles that can accept a detachable magazine and have a pistol grip; a forward grip; a folding, telescoping or detachable stock; a grenade launcher; a barrel shroud or a threaded barrel.

It also places restrictions on semi-automatic rifles with fixed magazines that can fit more than 10 rounds, bump fire stocks, high-capacity feeding devices that can hold more than 10 rounds, and semi-automatic shotguns with specific features.

The measure does not, however, apply to antique firearms, manually-operated firearms and upwards of 2,000 specific models of firearms used for hunting and sporting.

While the assault weapons ban passed through committee on Wednesday, it is unclear when — and if — it will be brought to the House floor for a vote. Nadler last week said he was looking forward to “moving this legislation through the Judiciary Committee next week and onto the House floor,” but House leadership has not yet announced a vote.

That is likely because it is unclear if the legislation has the votes to pass.

Two Democrats, Reps. Jared Golden (Maine) and Henry Cuellar (Texas), have said they will not support the bill, and a handful of others remain undecided.

On the other side of the aisle, Rep. Chris Jacobs (R-N.Y.) has said he would support an assault weapons ban if it came to the floor. Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) has backed the concept of an assault weapons ban, but he has not yet said if he will support the specific bill under consideration.

During her weekly press conference last week, Pelosi said “there is great support in our Caucus for an assault weapons ban.”

Asked if he plans to bring the bill to the floor before August recess, House Minority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) told reporters on Tuesday “I may do that.”

“Obviously, the committee’s going to be dealing with it tomorrow, and we’ll talk to the chairman about it. But I think it’s an important bill for us to consider,” he added.

Former President Clinton signed an assault weapons ban in 1994, which eventually expired in 2004.

In opening remarks at the markup on Wednesday, Nadler made the case for banning assault weapons.

“As we have learned all too well in recent years, assault weapons — especially when combined with high-capacity magazines — are the weapon of choice for mass shootings. These military-style weapons are designed to kill the most people in the shortest amount of time,” he said. “Quite simply, there is no place for them on our streets.”

The chairman said assault weapons are solely meant “to kill people efficiently,” adding “it is time to protect our communities and to ban them once more.”

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), ranking member of the committee, argued in opening remarks that the bill would “strip Americans of their right” and asserted that “it would do nothing to make our communities safer.”

“Democrats know this legislation will not reduce violent crime or reduce the likelihood of mass shootings, but they are obsessed with attacking law-abiding Americans’ Second Amendment liberties,” he added.

The Ohio Republican also said the assault weapons ban would prevent law-abiding Americans from using weapons “to defend themselves against violent intruders in their home.”

“Prevented from defending themselves, their family, their property because of this legislation. This legislation is dangerous, it doesn’t square with the Constitution, with the Second Amendment in any way, and it has failed in the past,” he added.

Last month, Congress passed and President Biden signed a gun safety bill into law. The measure bolstered background checks for firearm purchasers ages 18 to 21 and created a federal offense for people who acquired firearms through straw purchases or trafficking, among other measures.

Aside from that, the House previously passed bills to nationalize red flag laws and create an active shooter communications network, and it approved a sweeping firearm package that, among other provisions, called for raising the minimum age to purchase a semi-automatic weapon from 18 to 21.

However, those bills, like the assault weapons ban, had little chance of advancing given GOP opposition in the evenly divided Senate.


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Firearms Expert Reacts To MORE Valorant Guns

Firearms Expert Reacts To MORE Valorant Guns

Jonathan Ferguson, a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries, breaks down more of the weaponry of Valorant, including the Sheriff revolver, the Odein machine gun, and the Operator sniper rifle.

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In the latest video in the Firearm Expert Reacts series, Jonathan Ferguson--a weapons expert and Keeper of Firearms & Artillery at the Royal Armouries--breaks down more of the guns of Valorant and compares them to their potential real-life counterparts.

Firearms Expert Reacts playlist - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y4T78VQoWUs&list=PLpg6WLs8kxGMgYb13XjPgOKbm5O-CDq7R

If you're interested in seeing more of Jonathan's work, you can check out more from the Royal Armouries right here. - https://www.youtube.com/user/RoyalArmouries

If you would like to support the Royal Armouries, you can make a charitable donation to the museum here. - https://royalarmouries.org/support-us/donations/

And if you would like to become a member of the Royal Armouries, you can get a membership here. - https://royalarmouries.org/support-us/membership/

You can either purchase Jonathan's book here. - https://www.headstamppublishing.com/bullpup-rifle-book

Or at the Royal Armouries shop here. - https://shop.royalarmouries.org/collections/thorneycroft-to-sa80-british-bullpup-firearms-1901-2020

You can subscribe to the Armax Journal that Jonathan Associate Edited here: https://www.armaxjournal.org/


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NBA YoungBoy Found Not Guilty In Federal Firearms Case

NBA YoungBoy Found Not Guilty In Federal Firearms Case

NBA YoungBoy

It’s been over a year since NBA YoungBoy was hit with federal gun possession charges—and now the outcome has finally been revealed. Earlier today in a Los Angeles courtroom, a jury found NBA YoungBoy not guilty in the high-profile case that could have sent him back to prison for several years.

NBA YoungBoy, born Kentrell D. Gaulden, has reason to celebrate, as his long-standing legal drama in Los Angeles has officially come to an end. YoungBoy was found not guilty of possessing a firearm and ammunition as a felon, ending one of the two federal gun trials he had been facing. After deliberating for two hours, a jury decided that he was innocent of the charges against him, he was initially facing up to 10 years in prison if he was convicted.

You’ll recall that back in March 2021, NBA YoungBoy was arrested on a gun possession charge in California on a separate federal gun possession warrant from an earlier incident in his hometown of Louisiana. In that case, dating back to September 2020, NBA YoungBoy was among 16 people accused of possessing guns and drugs at a video shoot in Baton Rouge.

During this current trial however, YoungBoy’s legal team stated that their client was unaware of his outstanding federal warrant and panicked when armed officers approached his vehicle, causing him to flee the scene. They further argued that YoungBoy didn’t know there was a weapon in the car and no usable fingerprints or DNA tied him to the gun.

Following the verdict, NBA YoungBoy responded to reporters, saying that he was “feeling great” regarding the outcome.

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House panel to take up assault-weapons ban legislation

House panel to take up assault-weapons ban legislation

House Judiciary lawmakers plan to consider legislation next week banning certain semi-automatic firearms, even though Democrats acknowledge it has no chance of becoming law.

The new assault-weapons ban bill, introduced by Rep. David Cicilline, Rhode Island Democrat, does not call for confiscating any firearms. But the legislation would ban the manufacturing or sale of new weapons.

The proposal would make it unlawful for a person to import, sell, manufacture, or transfer certain semi-automatic rifles, including those that can accept a detachable magazine and have at least one of the following military features: pistol grip; forward grip; folding, telescoping, or detachable stock; grenade launcher; barrel shroud; or threaded barrel.

Mr. Cicilline’s bill, which has 211 co-sponsors, none of whom are Republicans. It’s scheduled to be marked up in the Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.  

But Sen. Jon Cornyn, Texas Republican who led the GOP side of negotiations on a significant gun-control measure signed into law by President Biden last month, has indicated that Republicans have no more plans to take up new gun control legislation in the 50-50 Senate.

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler told The Washington Times he is confident that although the bill is likely to stop short in the House, it will serve as a reminder to voters in this election cycle that Democrats want to pass the ban and get it to Mr. Biden’s desk.


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“It’s something that ought to pass,” he said. Mr. Nadler said voters need to elect more Democrats, including in the Senate, to approve such a ban.

Mr. Nadler said polls show that gun control, including an assault-weapons ban, is “overwhelmingly popular” and that Democrats representing swing districts should not be concerned about supporting such legislation.

According to a Gallup poll released last month, support for an assault weapons ban among Americans had dropped to 55% since August 2019. The dip is owed mainly to a 12-point decline among Republicans, who did not support gun control measures as much during 2020.

The Associated Press conducted a poll on support for the measure in May, the same weekend of the deadly mass shooting at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York, and 51% favored a nationwide ban.

“The American people support Congress taking steps to improve their public safety and deal with the carnage that we see in terms of mass shooting after mass shootings throughout the country,” said Rep. Hakeem Jeffries, New York Democrat. “No one is safe until everyone is safe, so I think dealing with the assault weapons ban is an appropriate next step.”

But House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, California Republican, scoffed at the proposal, saying Democrats are continuing to “play politics.”  

“They just want to move something,” he said. “You’ve watched it time and again in the House. That’s all they’re going to do, is play politics.”

The proposed legislation is similar to what was passed nearly 30 years ago. Democratic House and Senate majorities enacted an assault weapons ban in 1994, signed by President Bill Clinton, but the measure had a 10-year sunset provision. Republicans, who later held majorities in both chambers in 2004, let the legislation expire on its due date.

The move by House Democrats to ban assault weapons comes just after Mr. Biden signed key gun control legislation last month that included the most significant new restrictions on firearms ownership in decades.

That bill established background checks to include juvenile criminal records, added spending on mental health, and offered incentives for states to adopt “red flag” laws that allow authorities to confiscate guns from people who are deemed dangerous.

Mr. Biden signed the new gun bill within days of a man firing on a Fourth of July parade in a Chicago suburb, killing seven people and wounding at least 46 others.

Democrats lamented the legislation did not do enough in the wake of several mass shootings, including the racially-motivated attack in Buffalo, New York, that killed 10 Black people, and a shooter at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, who killed 19 children and two teachers.


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(Update) Federal Grand Jury Indicts Buffalo Shooting Suspect On Hate Crimes & Firearms Charges 

(Update) Federal Grand Jury Indicts Buffalo Shooting Suspect On Hate Crimes & Firearms Charges 

Federal Grand Jury indicts Payton Gendron, the Buffalo mass shooter on hate crimes and firearms charges after the May shooting.

Payton Gendron, the 19-year-old shooting suspect, accused of killing 10 people at a Buffalo grocery store back in May has been indicted on hate crimes and firearms charges.

According to WGRZ, on Thursday, Gendron was indicted on 14 violations of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act (Shepard-Byrd Act) and 13 firearms offenses in relation to the mass shooting. In the indictment, it alleges that Gendron used a Bushmaster XM rifle while opening fire at a Tops Friendly Supermarket in Buffalo. He is accused of violating the Shepard-Byrd Act by intentionally causing the death of the victims due to their race and color.

In a closer look at the charges, it’s revealed 10 counts are for hate crimes resulting in death, and three counts are of hate crimes involving an attempt to kill three others that were injured due to the shooting. There is also one hate crime count for attempting to kill more Black people that were located around the grocery store.

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland said,

“Today, a grand jury has indicted Payton Gendron with hate crime and firearms offenses following the horrific attack on the Black community of Buffalo that killed 10 people and injured three others on May 14, 2022. The Justice Department fully recognizes the threat that white supremacist violence poses to the safety of the American people and American democracy. We will continue to be relentless in our efforts to combat hate crimes, to support the communities terrorized by them, and to hold accountable those who perpetrate them.”

Gendron has been in police custody and held without bail since the fatal shooting. If convicted he faces the a maximum penalty of life in prison or the death penalty.

The Tops Friendly Supermarket where the shooting occurred is set to open on Friday after undergoing renovations following the mass shooting.

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SF Bay Area police find elaborate bunker full of stolen goods in encampment

SF Bay Area police find elaborate bunker full of stolen goods in encampment

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The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

San Jose Police Department

San Jose police were following up on a commercial burglary in San Jose on Monday when their investigation led them to a homeless encampment where they found an elaborate underground bunker filled with firearms and stolen goods, officials said. 

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

San Jose Police Department

The San Jose Police Department said they found stolen tools, equipment, and firearms in the underground room in the area of Coyote Creek and Wool Creek Drive.

Police said $100,000 worth of stolen goods will be returned to the locally owned business that were robbed. 

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

San Jose Police Department

Officers arrested six suspects on a variety of charges, the department said.

Police shared images of the bunker on Twitter that show a room built out with electricity and a wooden beam, walls, and a ceiling. 

"It definitely required some construction and engineering skills," the department said. 

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

San Jose Police Department

The department said the thieves likely plugged into someone else's electricity source.

Police also posted an image of three guns and ammunition that was retrieved from the bunker. 

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

The San Jose Police Department discovered a bunker in an encampment.

San Jose Police Department

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