Meet Andrew Scott Boguslawski of Morris Hill, IN. On New Year’s eve, this nuttier than squirrel shit douchetard was stopped for doing 85 mph in a 70 mph zone and issued a speeding ticket, when a bumper sticker that said “If you can see this, you’re in range” prompted the trooper to ask if he had any weapons in the car.
The first thing I tell the officer when I’m pulled over is that I have a firearm. It’s a) common courtesy and b) establishes a certain initial trust during the stop. I don’t mind the question, because I understand that the trooper probably has a family to go home to. Asking “Do you have anything in your vehicle that can hurt me?” is not unreasonable.
Apparently, this guy felt it was his patriotic duty to lie, but he was too dumb to hide the firearm, and the trooper noticed the butt of a pistol between Boguslawski’s legs and called for backup. Too bad he didn’t blow his crotch off and prevent any chance of reproduction, but I digress…
Boguslawski told the trooper there were no guns in the vehicle. Davis went to write the man a ticket and when he returned to the car, he noticed the handle of a gun between the man’s knees.
“At that point, he drew his service weapon, held the man there and called for backup,” said Adkins.
When help arrived, Boguslawski was taken from the vehicle, which was searched. Investigators found four guns — two pistols and two rifles — as well as 48 explosive devices and tools and materials to make additional explosives.
Ooops! This is a problem. Yes, we have the right to keep and bear arms, but be speeding toward your old place of employment with a bunch of explosives, and there you might be either terrorist or a batshit crazy.
According to my source (and apparently something that the media reports got wrong when they said he works at a Navy SEAL training facility), Boguslawski used to work as a groundskeeper at Muscatatuck Urban Training Complex (coincidentally where many of us underwent training prior to deployment to Kosovo), but was not a current employee there. Boguslawski, however, did have schematics and other plans for buildings that are part of that training facility, and was apparently heading in that direction at the time of his arrest. My source confirms he worked there from 2007-2010 and has been on medical leave from the National Guard for the past year or so.
Medical leave? For Teh Batshittery™? I wonder…
Apparently, this tool was an intelligence analyst for the National Guard. A SPC-4 with a TS/SCI clearance, which makes me wonder just how thoroughly he was investigated. Who vetted this psycho? Why did he have a current clearance? Given the mental state of the DC Navy Yard shooter and his active clearance despite obvious mental problems and prior incidents, I have a hard time believing that this fruitcake raised no red flags.
This crap is more than concerning. I’m wondering how long before we revamp our process for issuing clearances.