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A Michigan man is lucky to be alive after carrying an AK-47 into a Dearborn police station. He did so while wearing a bulletproof vest and military-styled mask.

The man, identified as James Baker, was upset that he was pulled over by Dearborn police. In response, he geared up and openly carried the gun into the police station to file a complaint. Baker streamed the incident on Facebook Live.

Mlive reports what happened next.

The incident was live-streamed on Facebook and later posted on YouTube. Before entering, the man filming says in the video they intended to file a complaint claiming they were “illegally pulled over” an hour prior.

“We felt a little afraid for our lives when we were pulled over, so we figured we better protect ourselves,” he says.

The name associated with the Facebook live stream is James V. Baker, an open-carry advocate who has organized numerous open-carry walks in Detroit and other cities with an organization he helped create named the Hell’s Saints.

This idiot insists that he was afraid for his life when he was pulled over, and yet finds the courage to open carry an AK-47 through the front door of a police station while decked out for war. Perhaps the Dearborn police should have done us all a favor and dropped this guy.

Watch the insane video. The video cuts out after he is forced to drop his camera, but you can still hear the audio. Warning: there is strong language.



Some idiots are lucky just to be alive.

H/T: Gateway Pundit

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