daddy wrote:To make sure I understand correctly, they recently (I'm guessing the last day or two) adopted a total gun ban city wide? Probably in response to our walk? Or is this "gun ban" still the original denial of the gun repair shop?
Should those attending anticipate "problems"?
I am not trying to discourage anyone, simply trying to understand fully, so I can prepare properly.
Thanks for everything you have done and continue to do.
1. The lawsuit is in response to the ban on the sale of firearms that was adopted as emergency legislation months ago
2. They mentioned to the Young American Liberty group organizer some kind of fear of AK-47 rifles and suggested they could take some type of action if they saw someone carrying one around. In response to hearing that third party we sent them this letter today: RE: Possession of Firearms - Young Americans for Liberty Rally
3. Should you anticipate problems? No, but be prepared
with how you will react, speak, and/or who you'd call if arrested - because the Chief of Police apparently has a problem understanding the law. This city has shown no respect for gun owners or our attempt to have this legislation repealed. We're told the Chief of Police caused the repeal to be delayed and put into committee.
4. We have their attention now. Their law director, who has always publicly agreed with our position, has communicated with our attorney today. Unfortunately it took two months and a lawsuit to make that happen.
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