Toledo Gun Buyback 4 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 the same officer from the patrol car stopping people at the corner and telling them that they had to pull into the church parking lot to park.... don't know what else he was saying to them, but none of them that he spoke with would even look our direction when they got out of their car."

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