TRUMP or BUST
Some jimmies will surly be rustled over this.
Police in Hammond, Indiana, were forced to returned 41 guns and 100,000 rounds of ammunition to a militia members who was cleared of federal charges he was part of a group planning to murder law enforcement officers and overthrown the government.
Thomas Piatek, a former member of the Hutaree militia, claimed the arsenal, which also included assorted swords, knives and crossbows, on Friday.
His personal cache of weapons was so large, he and his friends were forced to make two trips to the police station to pick it all up.
Despite the facts that police seized all of his weapons and he spent two years in federal lockup awaiting trial, Mr Piatek showed up to the police station armed, ABC 7 Chicago reports.
'Just a piece, you know, whatever,' Mr Piatek said about the gun he was carrying.
'You got a phone, keys, whatever. It ain't a thing with me.'
In March, a federal judge dismissed key charges against eight members of the Michigan-based militia, saying the government's evidence showed the group hated the government, but their talk did not amount to criminal conspiracy.
The group made national news when the FBI raided the group in March 2010 and arrested several members.