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Kwan Case Updated

Looks like a new trial in the Kwan case. David Hardy has the ruling and some analysis:

One gets the impression the court was a bit put off by ATF. (1) The raid was without any basis. Defendant had been an NFA dealer, and when he went out of that business, transferred an NFA gun to himself. At trial, the US Attorney conceded that was entirely legal. ATF either didn’t notice the transfer, or claimed it was illegal in some other way. (2) The court cites an ATF advisory letter which clearly suggests that the count upon which defendant was convicted was without basis.

Well, lack of basis has never stopped ATF before.

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