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Fri, 08 Apr 2011

Gun fanatic from Wordsley gets 16 years
 
A gun fanatic who hoarded some of the deadliest weapons ever encountered by police in the West Midlands was today beginning a 16-year prison sentence.
 
Farmer David Evans had Uzis, shotguns and a hitman-style pistol with a silencer, some of which were only issued to foreign armies.
 
Police who seized the deadly guns feared they could have been used by far-right extremists.
 
They say the guns could have caused mayhem had they fallen into the hands of terrorists or drugs gangs.
 
 

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