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A man walks into a Walmart in body armour + *AR15 
Post: #1   PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:45 pm Reply with quote
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Is this:

A. The definition of stupid?

B. A patriot, testing his 2nd Amendment rights?

As I understand it, openly carrying a weapon and wearing body armour are both legal in Missouri so:

C. Should his lawyer file suit for wrongful arrest?

https://www.apnews.com/d7b0e50de7ba4e059c5e6e6098deeda7

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Re: A man walks into a Walmart in body armour + *AR15 
Post: #2   PostPosted: Sun Aug 11, 2019 9:07 pm Reply with quote
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Mr Tibbs wrote:
Is this:

A. The definition of stupid?

B. A patriot, testing his 2nd Amendment rights?

As I understand it, openly carrying a weapon and wearing body armour are both legal in Missouri so:

C. Should his lawyer file suit for wrongful arrest?

https://www.apnews.com/d7b0e50de7ba4e059c5e6e6098deeda7

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I Vote for A, His wife thought it was A too, as did his sister - he didn't
listen to any of us Wink

As for C - apparently he wasn't charged for the weapon or body armour but
instead a terrorist threat charge caused by a person who "recklessly disregards
the risk of causing the evacuation" of a building, or "knowingly causes a
false belief or fear... that a condition exists involving danger to life."

Cheers

Steve
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Re: A man walks into a Walmart in body armour + *AR15 
Post: #3   PostPosted: Mon Aug 12, 2019 2:09 pm Reply with quote
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Steve - SJD wrote:
I Vote for A, His wife thought it was A too, as did his sister - he didn't
listen to any of us Wink

As for C - apparently he wasn't charged for the weapon or body armour but
instead a terrorist threat charge caused by a person who "recklessly disregards
the risk of causing the evacuation" of a building, or "knowingly causes a
false belief or fear... that a condition exists involving danger to life."

Cheers

Steve


Completely disregarding the common sense perspective for a moment - and of course the lunacy element - that sounds contradictory.

If itís entirely legal to wear body armor and carry an assault rifle in public, how can it be illegal to do so whilst nonchalantly pushing your shopping trolley around a supermarket? Confused

Sounds like the sort of case the NRA would get involved in.
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