Sometimes we need reminders to help us never forget. This shirt is one of those reminders that even our government has grossly over reached its intended power at the cost of American lives. Never forget the legacy of Marvin Heemeyer.
Heemeyer had feuded with Granby town officials, particularly over fines for violating city health ordinances after local officials disconnected Heemeyer's business from the city sewage system to make way for a concrete plant on an adjacent parcel. He was subsequently fined for improperly dumping sewage from his business instead of connecting to the city sewer system. Over about eighteen months, Heemeyer had secretly modified a Komatsu D355A bulldozer by adding layers of steel and concrete, intended to serve as armor. Heemeyer's feud with Granby culminated in a spree in which he used the armored bulldozer to demolish the Granby town hall, the former mayor's house, and several other buildings. Heemeyer's rampage concluded with his suicide, after his bulldozer became trapped in the basement of a hardware store he had been in the process of destroying.
Material: 60% cotton / 40% polyester
Small - 3XL
4.3 oz. Next Level 6210
fabric laundered for reduced shrinkage
1x1 baby rib-knit set-in collar
Available in Blacked Out or White Out Graphic in the Following Shirt Colors: Black, Heavy Metal Grey, Military Green, White, and Red.