ARREST IN BROOKLYN FOR GUNS AND NAZI COLLECTIBLES

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New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik (R) and Chief of Detectives William Allee (L) display guns confiscated from Michael Kneiter at a news conference on March 1, 2001. Mr. Kneiter collected Nazi paraphernalia and guns and ammunition. He was arrested for shooting at targets with photos of his mother-in-law in a deserted section of a New York City park. Upon searching his Brooklyn home the police uncovered guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition as well as his WW II Nazi collection. The ammunition cache contained Black Talon bullets which are designed to pierce body armor. His reasons for his collection are still unclear. Mr. Kneiter who bought much of  his Nazi collection on Ebay was rated outstanding by other Ebay users. (© Frances M. Roberts)
New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik (R) and Chief of Detectives William Allee (L) display guns confiscated from Michael Kneiter at a news conference on March 1, 2001. Mr. Kneiter collected Nazi paraphernalia and guns and ammunition. He was arrested for shooting at targets with photos of his mother-in-law in a deserted section of a New York City park. Upon searching his Brooklyn home the police uncovered guns and hundreds of rounds of ammunition as well as his WW II Nazi collection. The...
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