The Veteran’s Affairs group had sent a letter to veteran John Arnold telling him that a VA representative would be coming by to puck up his firearms.
It all began when John had a stroke about a year ago. When the paperwork was filed and sent down the line at the VA it was noted that Mr. Arnold was no longer capable of financially competency and thus revoked his ability to handle his own affairs.
A single box check that John claims was done in error led to the VA coming to pick up his weapons. According to the VA, John was no longer eligible to own, purchase, or even possess firearms.
John Arnold said, “If somebody else makes an error and they cause you grief they should fix it, That’s all I want is that stuff to get fixed.”
Since the date of the confiscation was scheduled for August 6th, many members of the community including former veterans showed up to surround his house and prevent any form of seizure from happening.
He was not alone. Two state representatives, Representative Heather Scott from Idaho and Representative Matt Shea, made appearances to show their support along with Sheriff Wheeler. According to KREM:
A field officer with Bonner County Veteran Services made an appearance at the gathering at Arnold’s home Thursday afternoon. He announced to the crowd that the VA inspector would not be coming to Arnold’s house that day. The Veteran Service officer also said Arnold may appeal the paperwork stating he was incompetent to handle his funds.
Arnold said he would work with that officer to get things straightened out.
“I just hope everything calms down and I can live in ease in my life instead of worrying about everything and the worry shouldn’t be there,” said Arnold.
What a wonderful gathering of support and freedom for our veteran’s. Would you have gone to show your support?
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