Ghost Gun Manufacturer Arrested in NJ, Anti-Gun Reporter Uses Story for Agit Prop

Gregory Carleton was arrested after a search in his home revealed he had 30 “ghost guns” in his homes, with parts to make more.  The charge is that he was selling the ghost guns and not merely just making the guns for personal use.

The writer of the article, Alex Napoliello, demonstrated a natural gun grabber mentality by adding this closing paragraph to his article:
“In November, the Giffords Law Center, a gun safety group founded by former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords – critically wounded in the head during a 2011 shooting in her home state of Arizona – implored web servers hosting sites like to pull the pages.”

He felt compelled to make sure you understood that the gun grabber in charge of the anti-human, anti-liberty, anti-gun agit prop group, the Giffords Law Center, was a victim of a shooting.

There was no offering whatsoever in this alleged straight news piece of a pro-ghost gun opinion, only the anti-gun opinion of the Giffords Law Center.

If Alex is a neighbor of yours, be aware you have a police state informant wannabe living next to you.  Bear that in mind when you decide how closely you want to associate with a gun grabber extremist like Alex Napoliello.

Man was building, selling ‘ghost guns’ out of his home, authorities say

A South Jersey man was arrested recently after a search of his home turned up dozens of guns that he was allegedly building in his house.

Detectives that searched Gregory Carleton’s home found all the necessary pieces to build a functional firearm, known as “ghost guns,” authorities said. In all, investigators seized 30 weapons.

The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) says people can make a firearm for personal use. But once the guns are for sale, they must be licensed by the ATF.

In Atlantic County, the prosecutor’s office said Carleton, 56, of Marlton in Evesham Township, was manufacturing firearms that did not contain serial numbers. He had in his home, according to authorities, undocumented handgun and rifle uppers and lowers, and frames.

Carleton was arrested in Hammonton, the Atlantic prosecutor’s office said.

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