Another case of Ebola
Let’s not dick up what Kroger is doing.
The arrest of a Connecticut man for refusing to show his gun permit — dismissed by a prosecutor as a “nothing case” — now has two state agencies battling in court, with the individual’s right to carry hanging in the balance.
The peculiar case started when Scott Lazurek, a security guard, was arrested in June 2013 for failing to show police his gun permit. He was stopped for walking in public with a hip-holstered pistol — when he refused to show his documentation, which he actually had on him, that permit was revoked.
The following month, though, a judge dismissed the charge of interfering with a police officer. The prosecutor, Assistant State’s Attorney John Barney, said Lazurek was basically arrested for being “stubborn” and giving police a “hard time” — not for a permit violation.
An airgun trainer for your AR-15. Seems expensive for what it is.
Instead of contracting it out. Given their position on guns and gun stuff, I’m sure they’ll arm them.
I’d be proud to make that list but I don’t twitter all that much.
In Indy, not so much:
Why wasn’t Beasley in prison that day? And what about others like him?
Twice, Beasley had been charged with possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon, an offense specifically designed to reduce the murder rate. The crime carried a 20-year prison sentence. Yet — twice — prosecutors dropped the gun charge, allowing Beasley to plead guilty to a lesser offense and escape a long prison term.
I’m away at unsecured and undisclosed location. Sporadic internet access so talk amongst yourselves.
Cody Wilson is at it again. This time, the project is Ghost Gunner, a machine that let’s you mill out 80% AR-15 lower receivers:
I don’t think it’s time to panic but it is time to be prepared. CDC issues an Ebola check list. I bought a case of N95 masks a month ago. And latex gloves. And it’s rather timely that Amazon is promoting their deals on emergency preparedness here and here.
Mostly due to their approved firearm roster, which exempts police. All those police and their unsafe guns.
“He’s from Texas, honey,” I yelled at the television, startling the cats, “That’s not ‘armed’, that’s ‘dressed’, you island-dwelling herbivore!”
And, seriously, why isn’t this at SAF.org yet! I’d have known this sooner. I keep hinting that their web guys should call me.
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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