Arrest Of Shotgun Maker In Denver Was False Flag Hoax, Fox31 Admits. Perazzi Died Last Year
23 May 2013
I was watching the Denver Fox31 News last night, and the came out and said the story about Daniele Perazzi, Italian gun maker being arrested for terrorism was a hoax, and blamed it on some rogue source….
Kudos to the Daily Caller for catching them. Perazzi, actually died last year.
On Saturday, Fox 31 reported that Daniele Perazzi, described as president of the Italian shotgun manufacturer Perazzi, was brought in for questioning by Adams County sheriff’s deputies when a cabbie, concerned that Perazzi was supposedly carrying seven shotguns into a gun show, called 911.
But Perazzi died last year and the Adams County sheriff’s department said it has no record that the incident occurred.
Neither does Larry Stevenson, a former Denver police officer who runs a program called Taxis on Patrol, which encourages cab drivers to report suspicious activity. The program was cited in the Fox report as a possible reason the cab driver allegedly overreacted.
On the 9News report and on Denver talk radio station 630KHOW Wednesday morning, Stevenson said the reputation of the popular program — which has spread to other cities and to Europe — was damaged when the Fox story went viral.