Gun-Control Ruins University Student’s Life: William Dong Faces 5 Years In Federal Prison For A Rifle In His Car

dongThis is what happens when bull sh*t gun laws are passed. Good citizens become victims of the government’s overbearing hand.

A college student who was arrested after being found with a rifle in his SUV off campus, pled guilty to a federal weapons charge Thursday of unlawful transport of a firearm.

William Dong, 23, the now-former University of New Haven student incurred the charge when it was discovered he had what Connecticut law classifies as an “assault rifle” that he had acquired legally in Pennsylvania, but illegally transported back to his home state.

The student had bought the rifle after closing a deal through guns classified site in September 2013, after Connecticut’s expanded assault weapons ban had taken affect.

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Since the Bushmaster XM-15E2S was prohibited in Connecticut, he was charged with a violation of interstate commerce under federal law. Dong entered a guilty plea in U.S. District Court in Hartford and now faces a $250,000 fine and up to five years in federal prison.

Attorney Frederick Paoletti Jr., Dong’s representative, told the New Haven Register that his client had no intention to hurt anyone.

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