Watch as CEO of California’s Ares Armor explains why the ATF raided his businesses last week, despite the company bending over backwards to legally cooperate. It is tough to make a federal agency happy if you are unwilling to compromise the privacy of your customers!
“This isn’t just a second amendment issue, it’s not just a firearms issue. It’s an issue of an overreaching government that wants to come into your kitchen, that wants to come into your living room, and just see what you’re doing,” said Dimitrios Karras in an interview with Reason TV.
Karras says the true reason for the ATF’s piqued interest in his shop was his refusal to relinquish the list of customers who had purchased the polymer product. He sat down with Reason TV’s Tracy Oppenheimer to discuss why he plans to continue fighting the ATF to maintain his customers’ privacy and other Constitutional issues at stake.
“They have trampled on the entire Bill of Rights,” Karras says.
Source: Reason TV