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TRENTON -- The New Jersey State Police has sued a major firearms manufacturer, claiming the company gave state troopers defective guns and failed to fix the problem.

The state filed a .5 million lawsuit against Sig Sauer alleging the 3,000 guns it purchased from the company frequently jammed, making them "life-threatening" for troopers and virtually "inoperable." The state Attorney General's Office is claiming breach of contract and other charges in state Superior Court, according to a copy of the complaint obtained by NJ Advance Media.

For these people, the Nazis developed a policy of intimidation.

Fear became a by-word for those who did not support Hitler.

Contact him at 802-241-5277 in his Waterbury office, or mail the PIO.

Many policemen are underpaid and want to make extra money, they turn to corruption – but their selfish acts have caused a large amount of damage on countries that desperately need help.everybody did as they were told – or paid the price.The Nazi Police were controlled by Heinrich Himmler and his feared secret police – the Gestapo – did as it pleased in Nazi Germany.An incident report written by then-commander of State Police Troop E, Captain Jay Oliphant, says Oliphant called Braxton the day after his daughter's arrest as a courtesy. I have no further comment,” Braxton said to WWL-TV at a regularly-scheduled State Police Commission meeting last week. The report says Braxton allegedly told Oliphant the trooper should have known who he was and, "should have given his daughter professional courtesy as well as utilizing discretion in not arresting her."Braxton also went on to become "more intimidating" in four subsequent conversations with Oliphant, including suggesting that he might not help the trooper who arrested his daughter if he were to ever get in a bind on the job that required him to appear before the Louisiana State Police Commission, and also suggested he be reassigned to New Orleans, hundreds of miles away from home, for 90 days to, "get his mind right." Emails obtained by WWL-TV through a public records request also show former Executive Director of the commission, Cathy Derbonne, helped Braxton fix two speeding tickets in his favor, including one out of Monroe County, Florida -- which happened just days before his daughter was arrested for DWI. For media questions, please contact the investigating trooper directly or, after hours and on weekends, contact the Watch Commander through your local dispatch center.


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