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Ruby Ridge Killer Now Gun Spokesman

Not the actual endorsement by Lon Horiuchi

Not the actual endorsement by Lon Horiuchi

Lon Horiuchi, the American government assassin who killed Vicki Weaver while she was holding her baby during the 1992 standoff at Ruby Ridge, is now endorsing a sniper rifle for a gun manufacturer.

“Pound-for-pound, component-for-component, dollar- for-dollar, you will not find a better rifle,” writes Horiuchi in his endorsement for South Dakota-based H-S Precision, Inc. Horiuchi’s letter was discovered by a gun collector while reading the company’s magazine, and later found on their website. News of the endorsement has spread across the Internet.

The Real Horiuchi Endorsement

The Real Horiuchi Endorsement

Horiuchi rose to infamy for his ice-cold murder of Vicki Weaver during the 1992 siege at Ruby Ridge, a 12-day standoff between the Weaver family and US government agents who wanted to arrest patriarch Randy Weaver on gun charges. A Justice Department review found Mrs. Weaver’s murder to be unconstitutional. FBI director Louis Freeh said “law enforcement overreacted at Ruby Ridge” and the standoff is “synonymous with the exaggerated application of federal law enforcement”. Horiuchi was indicted for manslaughter in 1997 but the case was dissmissed on grounds the he was immune to prosecution because his actions were part of his job as a federal officer.

It is believed Horiuchi secured the endorsement deal through his FBI contacts, and was able to land a valuable government contract for H-S Precion, which manufactures high-grade tactical rifles, in the process.

H-S Precision has since removed the Horiuchi endorsement. “The management of H-S Precision did not intend to offend anyone or create any type of controversy,” the company wrote in an apology on their website.

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  1. ms freeh says

    for a partial list of crimes committed by FBI agents over 1500 pages long
    google

    dallas news forum fbi watch

    or google

    campusactivism forum fbi watch

    to see recent arrests of FBI agents for pedophilia
    google

    john conditt fbi pedophilia

    edward rodgers fbi pedophilia

    ryan seese fbi sentenced

  2. Schwartz says

    you honestly believe this NewsGuy?? Come on man, lay off the catnip. This was reported by Dave Markowitz a few months ago on his blog. It’s a hoax.

    Even though the government was wrong in Ruby Ridge and in Waco.

    Dave Markowitz did report on this back in November, but never said it was a hoax.

    You can read the article for yourself here.

    You lose. I win.

    -NewsGuy, the RealDeal

  3. WilGeno says

    This assassins actions were dismissed because they were done while performing his job? Ramos and Campean were doing their jobs protecting America from an illegal alien drug smuggler and they were convicted and sent to jail even though they did not commit a crime of any sort.

  4. Schwartz says

    Newsguy, get to work. There’s a story about a Rancher being sued by 16 illegals. The result of the lawsuit came back today. I figure TRP would be very interested in how this turned out.

  5. ETB says

    Is this The Right Perspective or Hal Turner Show blogspot?

  6. Schwartz says

    No one is talking about Turnip here except you ETB. John & Frank, are sincere about their opinions and not con men. They just happen to be wrong & angry a lot of the time.

  7. Schwartz says

    Newsguy, I didn’t say (or mean to say) Markowitz said it was hoax. I meant to say it was a hoax for them to use his name. So did a lot of others goolging. There’s no such thing as “FBI APPROVED” label for guns. Apparently dozes of sites picked up this story back in November.

    Think about it why it’s probably a fake endorsement……… Cheap publicity stunt & that the fake endorsement was pulled almost right away from their 2009 catalog. I bet they just used the name without even notifying the guy.

    Regardless, if the endorsement was for real, this is really really really stupid of them or they had no idea who this FBI agent was. Bad PR.

    Not only that, it would be illegal for an FBI agent to make such an endorsement, especially to a dealer that has had contracts with the FBI in the past.

    I smell something funny here. Regardless, you’re 4 months late breaking the story. But thanks.

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