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Cell Phone Video Leads to Gun Confiscation

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OMG...I'm still laughing.  Poor ******* didn't know how to use his phone and ended up getting all his guns confiscated. 

Let me add, on Guam it's a local New Years Eve tradition to shoot your guns at midnight.  The Guamanians are armed to the teeth because they were under Japanese occupation during WWII and no one will ever take over their island again!!

Did you know a Japanese man, Sargent Yokoi hid in the Guam jungles for 28 years after the war was over. So, who knows what else could be hiding in the jungle besides wild pigs. They need their guns on Guam.


More than a dozen guns confiscated after shooting video

Over 12 guns have been confiscated in connection to an ongoing investigation into a series of viral shooting videos. Edgardo Quinit, the man behind the videos, says law enforcement retrieved the items last night.

KUAM News brought you an exclusive interview with Quinit who wanted to clear his name. He alleges he was trying to transfer old photos and videos to his new cellphone when he accidentally uploaded the videos to his Facebook profile. The videos, he says, were taken last year at his Yigo home. By the time he realized his mistake, both local and Philippine law enforcement had launched investigations.

Quinit says he continues to meet with officials from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for questioning.

No arrest has been made.



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