Toledo Gun Buyback 2 of 4

June 8, 2013 - Police in Toledo, Ohio held a gun "buyback" to supposedly get guns off the streets. A couple citizens showed up offering more money for the firearms, but police tried to discourage sellers from talking to them. This is one of four videos showing their account of what happened.

"In this video you can see how ridiculous they got. This cop sat in his car from 1:00 to 4:00 and would race up beside any car that stopped to talk to us on the street and tell them that they had to take their guns inside the church. We even heard him telling one person that they should not even speak with us. The video starts right after these 2 girls pull away that were going to park and let this guy look at their guns. You see the cop follow them all the way to the corner and pull up beside them. He talks to them for a little while and I don't know what he said but they left and never even came back."

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