Another great idea from PA


ecocks

New member
Shades of Katrina

This sounds similar to the situation faced by several of the Louisiana residents who had their weapons confiscated during the "emergency." I agree with the DA and the law professor who say, it is pretty clear her constitutional rights were violated. Not just the 2A aspect but her basic property rights prohibiting unlawful search and seizure without due process under the 4th Amendment. I can understand the initial confiscation but I would think there would be plenty of documentation regarding the inventory seized and she basically only needs to prove herself as the beneficiary with proper identification. Do they refuse to return legally owned impounded cars (or computers or baseball bats for that matter) without a court order? If so, THEN it seems like they are selectively attempting to implement an anti-2A program and should be challenged in the appropriate court.
 

Red Hat

New member
Finally some people are saying enough is enough! How many legal weapons over the years were taken illegal from citizens there and no one even challenged their policy. Maybe this will wake up others in other areas that have similar policies.
 

New Threads

Members online

No members online now.

Forum statistics

Threads
49,154
Messages
621,735
Members
74,111
Latest member
ucf4
Top