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Piatek arrived at the Hammond, Indiana, police station eager for the justice inherent in federal authorities having to give him back his property.
Piatek came armed.

“Just a piece, you know, whatever,” Piatek said. “You got a phone, keys, whatever. It ain’t a thing with me.”

Then the unloading began: 41 guns, some 100,000 rounds of ammunition, crossbows, swords — enough for Piatek and his supporters to have to make two trips home.

“Why did it reach this point?” Piatek said. “I don’t know. Corruption? Who knows?”

Read the rest of Ravi Baichwal’s artucke at CBS WLS.

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