nutnfancy weighs in on the ATF raid of Ares Armor. He’s wrong on at least one detail—the judge “altered the deal” for the ATF, so they didn’t break the restraining order—but that’s something that matters little to the larger scheme of things.


The ATF was going to obtain Ares customer data one way or another. They just simply found a way to make the theft “legal,” for what little that word seems to mean in a world where the government simply deems whatever it wants to do to be “legal,” whether it is moral or constitutional.

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