But apologized for. ”My bad bro”:
hahah oh well, at least no one got hurt.
hahah oh well, at least no one got hurt.
And, contrary to popular belief, Tennessee isn’t going to sit back, sipping moonshine through the gap where their front teeth used to be, and let Uncle Jim get away with shooting someone for calling him a coward. If members of rival gangs make a contract to duel and one prevails, the clear result is that the winner gets to do time in prison for homicide or attempted homicide (depending on your definition of “winning”). Same deal with The Yeagermeister. To argue that the state is going to find itself in the harsh spotlight of internet scrutiny and do nothing about one of their residents shooting at an internet troll would be crazy. Especially a tactical law enforcement firearms trainer who has decided to respond to petty name-calling by murdering a civilian.
If you haven’t been keeping up with the whole Buck Yeager going off the deep end debacle, you can catch up HERE and HERE. Make sure you read the comments, because they chronicle what was happening on YouTube at the time, and are pretty damn funny.
To date no one wants to sign Buck Yeager’s contract (not that I blame them). I’ve been getting emails from a couple guys who have been exchanging emails with Yeager, and I can smell the testosterone through the screen… shit is going to get real if someone shows up and surprises him by the sound of it.
Hat tip: Walt
I was detained by Portland PD officer J McDonald on 26MAY2012. He detains me without suspicion of any criminal activity in violation of Delaware v Prouse. He admits his sole reason for stopping me is my legally carried firearm in violation of US v DeBerry. He seizes my weapon with no reasonable suspicion that I’ve committed a crime in violation of Terry v Ohio. He demands my ID without reasonable suspicion in violation of Hiibel v Nevada
LOL burn. That’s exactly what I like to see. As I always say on the blog… if you can’t handle the laws in the state / country / etc.. that you live in, then move. That especially goes for those PAID to enforce them. I am pro Law Enforcement, but the fact is there is only one version of the law they are paid to enforce… so if you are a LEO and you have your own agenda, and that includes trying to trick people into waiving their rights, then please do everyone a favor and find a new career.
Thank god for cameras.
So now what? The officer in the video violated 4 different laws according to the person taking the video. Will anything happen? Should anything happen?
Hat tip: Raeshawn
I’m really surprised they never upped the tax past $200, considering how affordable that is now.
I didn’t make it through the whole video because they go off on so many tangents, but some of you may want to watch it all.
These guys sure put out a load of videos.
Bravo sir bravo. *slow clap* Steven Crowder is like a wind up gun law ninja… he starts slow and then gets more and more intense with the rebuttals.
The first time he was on RT was good.. but this one was like a perfect 10.
If I had kids, I would hire Steven to talk at their birthday parties… that’s how much I like what this guy says.
I just watched it again… too good. That huge smirk on his face at the very end when he burned her on stand your ground law was priceless.
A Tennessee tourist who says she unwittingly broke New York’s weapons laws by visiting the 9/11 memorial with a loaded gun — legal in her home state – faces 3 1/2 years behind bars for the error, which came to light when she asked guards where she could store her weapon while touring the memorial.
Full Story – L.A. Times
A former U.S. Marine Ryan Jerome, 28, was charged with criminal possession of his .45-caliber Ruger while visiting the famous New York landmark during a September vacation with his girlfriend. Jerome has a license to carry the weapon from his home state of Indiana, but New Yorks state gun laws do not recognize out-of-state permits.
Full Story – CNN
A Virginia man claimed to be a Navy SEAL to talk his way out of a gun possession arrest on Thursday, and the New York Police Department committed him to a psych ward thinking his claims of elite military status were the rantings of a lunatic.
Full Story – Yahoo
Now I know what some of your are thinking: How stupid are those first two people? They actually thought that carrying a firearm would be allowed at either of those locations in a post 9/11 world? Part of me agrees, but the other part realizes how ridiculous the whole state permit system with differing reciprocity is.
Firearms law in general is very convoluted. Throw in the fact that some laws blanket every state at the federal level, and yet others are made state to state, and on top of that rules often change when leaving your home state… and you got a real mess. What I would like to see is unrestricted carry of any type being passed by the federal government. That would completely eliminate the chance of doing time for a simple misunderstanding , but I realize that is most likely wishful thinking. I say this time and time again, but here it goes once more… criminals do not care what the law says, they will carry a gun if they want to carry one. Restricting carry and throwing tourists in jail because of a misunderstanding does nothing to make the world a better place.
How would you solve this problem?
Hat tip: Steven, Frank, McKay