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Letter: Massachusetts Police Department asks residents to come together to fight gun bills



Photo courtesy of Northwestern District Attorney (Chief Shawn Crevier)

The Ware Police Department issued a scathing letter concerning Massachusetts gun bills.

It reads as follows:

After a series of “closed-door meetings”, the House has slithered away from its plan to smuggle the anti-gun Bill under our noses this summer, resetting their sights on the fall session and hoping that the concerns of their Constituents will fade away with the passing of time.

However, the Senate has now decreed that it is also “intending to do something” about gun control by taking matters into its own hands and crafting a SECOND potentially nefarious and unjust Bill.

Remain vigilant! We cannot allow partisan politics and corrupt bureaucracies to curb-stomp the liberties that generations before us fought so hard to preserve. As we’ve seen, our collective voices can bring about real change and compel the House and the Senate to prioritize the will of the Commonwealth over anything else.

Let us come together as a true Constitutional Republic and show our representatives, who are bound to uphold the rules established in that Constitution, that we will not rest until this nauseating Bill is annihilated before it is enacted into law.

While we recognize the importance of addressing gun violence and ensuring public safety, it is essential to do so without infringing upon the rights of law-abiding citizens. Instead of jeopardizing the Constitutional rights of responsible gun owners, we urge Congress to pursue solutions that target the root causes of violence, such as improving access to mental health services, reshaping and healing our societal infrastructure, and preventing repeat offenders from walking the streets with utter impunity.

Massachusetts is the proud birthplace of a united national resistance, and considering that those in power have no shame in publicly proclaiming their great wish for this Bill to become the model for every State in the Nation, the time to act is now.
Therefore, we encourage all Citizens of the Commonwealth who value their Constitutional rights to join us and persist in voicing their concerns to their elected representatives. Here are some suggestions on how you can proceed to make a difference:

1. Continue Contacting Your Representatives: Reach out to your Members of Congress via phone, email, or social media. Don’t relent! Express your concerns about the anti-gun bill and stress the urgency of addressing this critical issue. Personalized messages have a more significant impact, so share your personal experiences or thoughts on why this Bill troubles you.

2. Utilize Social Media: Leverage the power of social media to raise awareness and mobilize others who share your concerns. Use appropriate hashtags and encourage respectful discussions with friends and followers about joining the cause and the importance of protecting our Constitutional rights. Social media can be a powerful tool to raise awareness and generate support.
3. Encourage Others to Get Involved: Talk to your friends, family, colleagues, and neighbors about the impact of this issue and inspire them to make their voices heard. A collective effort is more likely to bring about meaningful change.

We firmly believe that safeguarding our communities and upholding our Constitutional Rights are not mutually exclusive goals. By continuing to oppose the anti-gun Bill and advocating for proper solutions, we can make a lasting impact on public safety without infringing upon the rights of law-abiding citizens.

Let us join together to defend our Second Amendment rights and protect the Freedom that defines our Nation!

Thank you for your attention and active participation.

“By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty.”



  1. Fed Up

    August 3, 2023 at 1:21 pm

    This is awesome. More police departments should take a stand for the law abiding. Thank you Ware PD

  2. David Ehrens

    August 4, 2023 at 11:05 am

    The chief is entitled to his right-wing personal opinions. Where he crosses a line is in speaking for the entire PD and the town of Ware. Furthermore, we live in a state that regulates assault weapons and the chief’s use of language mocking the legislature as well as his Tea Party language invoking rebellion, etc. sets him at odds with both the governor and the AG, if not half of the residents he supposedly serves. While sheriffs may be able to get away with such nonsense, the chief is not an elected government official. He’s way out of his jurisdiction here.

    • 10%ForTheBigGuy

      August 4, 2023 at 6:59 pm

      He is an American Citizen and his right to free speech and to bear arms, are explicitly documented in the Bill of Rights! These rights do not originate from the Bill of Rights but are in fact granted by God. Boy are you an ignoramus. Wise up you Moronic infidel!

      • David Ehrens

        August 4, 2023 at 10:57 pm

        I am not disputing the right of CITIZEN CREVIER to write a letter like the one above, as long as he signs his own name, but he has no right to sign it in the town’s name.
        For those who have never actually bothered to READ the Constitution, here is a link to it:
        Nowhere in the Constitution does the word “God” occur. It is “We the People” who agree to give ourselves rights: “We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.”

  3. 10%ForTheBigGuy

    August 5, 2023 at 7:42 am

    It is quite clear that you have been living under a rock! I expect nothing less from a Massachusetts socialist demonrat.,%2Dgiven%2C%20not%20government%20given

    We are endowed by our creator with certain unalienable rights. Who is your creator, Lucifer?

  4. 10%ForTheBigGuy

    August 5, 2023 at 8:06 am

    Oh; but what rights are they speaking of? The right to transgender surgery. The right to steal elections? The right to cross the border illegally.

  5. TJ

    August 14, 2023 at 9:57 pm

    Who cares. The only people i see with gun licenses are people who look for trouble and reasons to draw anyway. Not once have i had a conversation with these idiots without them having some reason to show off their firearm and threaten people with it. But i mean lets waste our time on a pointless bill and not tackle real issues at hand.

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