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Ruby Ridge: San Diego Sheriff Candidate approved "shoot to kill" "Four FBI agents, including the ex-head of the bureau's Seattle field office [[William Gore, #2 in San Diego Sheriff's Office]], invoked their Fifth Amendment privileges against self-incrimination yesterday during Senate hearings into a shootout in northern Idaho that left three people dead....In a closed session, the four FBI agents, citing their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination, refused to answer questions put to them by senators, He said senior FBI official Larry Potts [above Gore in chain of command]....had approved an order under which FBI snipers were to shoot on sight any adult male seen with a weapon on the Weaver property. ....Richard Rodgers, head of the team [below Gore in chain of command]. Rogers helped formulate controversial "rules of engagement" for the siege that critics say amounted to a "shoot on sight" order for all armed adult males on the Weaver property. FBI sniper Lon Horiuchi opened fire just a few hours after the rules of engagement were approved, wounding Randy Weaver and then killing his 43-year-old wife [head shot on mother holding her infant]... ....Justice Department probe of an alleged FBI cover-up of its conduct at Ruby Ridge...” More: Tell me this guy wouldn't order Katrina-style gun confiscations, including use of deadly force, and other outrageous acts against the Constitution. Why doesn't the San Diego media print the truth about this guy?
— March 29, 2009 2:43 p.m.

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