Anti-gun group founder pleads ‘not guilty’ on federal weapons charges

Oh, the irony:

The founder of an antiviolence group called No Guns pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal weapons charges.

Hector “Big Weasel” Marroquin is accused of selling an assault rifle, a machine gun, two pistols and two silencers to undercover federal agents last fall. He could face up to 50 years in prison if convicted.


Marroquin is charged with three counts of manufacture, distribution and transport for sale of an unlawful assault weapon, along with one count each of machine gun conversion and possession of a silencer. He remains free on $260,000 bail.

Mark Steyn responds:

I love America! Even the anti-gun groups are full of gun nuts packing totally awesome heat.

Yeah, as well as full of other so-called “peace activistswho don’t practice what they preach.

Via Instapundit.

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