Month: January 2018

Fioravante Pisano, “Firearms Act”, 14 Feb 1951

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The police arrested Fioravante Pisano because he’d fired a gun in his basement. His wife, Amelia, thought he was going to kill himself. They charged him with a firearms violation and took his photograph when they booked him, but let him go once he’d calmed down. No harm done, and it was Valentine’s day. Fioravante had been sick and depressed for a long time. Things hadn’t been good since the war. He and his brother […]