Department of Justice Now Pressures Judges to Reverse Decisions

June 2, 2014

Ares Armor, which had obtained a restraining order against the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (usually just called "ATF"), was recently raided by the ATF after the Department of Justice (DoJ) pressured the judge to reverse his decision. In the following video Adam Kokesh interviews a rather upset Dimitri Karras (CEO of Ares Armor) about the ATF raid and the DoJ pressuring the judge who had originally granted the restraining order against the ATF.


If you would like the see or purchase Ares Armor's new ATF-themed shirt, you can find it at this link.

(12/3/2016) Note: Ares Armor has changed their name to American Weapons Components, Inc. The above link to view their ATF themed shirt now forwards you to the American Weapons Components homepage, and it appears that they no longer sell the shirt in question.