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Italian shotgun company says reports that its president was mistaken as a terrorist ‘absolutely false’

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Italian shotgun company says reports that its president was mistaken as a terrorist ‘absolutely false’

Denver’s Fox 31 reported a potentially explosive story over the weekend — that local sheriff’s deputies detained the president of Italian shotgun maker Perazzi as a possible terrorist after a tipoff from a taxi driver who had dropped the businessman off at a gun show with several shotguns.

There’s just one problem: The story doesn’t appear to be true.

In the story, reporter Hendrick Sybrandy said he’d spoken to Daniele Perazzi’s U.S. attorney, who told him that Adams County sheriff’s deputies questioned her client before he was released.

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