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Pieces of My Mind

Thoughts on some of the law enforcement news that came across our computers in October.

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Former Oklahoma Officer Delivers 2nd Amendment Testimony to Congress

Dianna Muller, a former officer with the Tulsa (OK) Police Department and founder of the Second Amendment advocacy group The DC Project, went before congress and said that what gun owners are "up against is a very well-organized, well-funded effort to take guns away from American citizens."

Federal Judge Strikes Down CA High-Capacity Magazine Ban

U.S. District Judge Roger T. Benitez ruled that the California law violated the Second Amendment rights of gun owners and issued an injunction barring state officials from enforcing it, invoking the nation's Colonial past as well as recent cases from around the country in which gun owners ran out of bullets while confronting intruders in their homes.

Washington Chief Says Officers Will Not Enforce New Gun Laws

Chief Loren Culp of the Republic (WA) Police Department said on social media that he won't allow his department to enforce new regulations under newly passed which he said are unconstitutional.

Mossberg Terminates Relationship with Dick's Sporting Goods

O.F. Mossberg & Sons, Inc., a leading American firearms manufacturer, has announced its decision to discontinue selling products to Dick's Sporting Goods, and its subsidiary, Field & Stream, in response to their hiring of gun control lobbyists in April 2018.

Springfield Armory Severs Ties with Dick's Sporting Goods

Springfield Armory has announced it is severing ties with Dick's Sporting Goods and its subsidiary, Field & Stream, in response to their hiring a group for anti-Second Amendment lobbying.

Massachusetts' Top Court Strikes Down Ban on Civilians Owning Stun Guns

The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court ruled in the case of a man who was criminally charged for possessing a stun gun, holding that such weapons constitute “arms” as protected by the Constitution.

Gun Control, "Assault Weapons," and School Safety

Law enforcement officers are strong supporters of the Second Amendment and do not support measures to prohibit sales of "assault weapons" and "high-capacity" magazines to the public.

Federal Judge's Ruling Upholds Massachusetts' "Assault Weapon" Ban

U.S. District Judge William Young dismissed a lawsuit challenging the 20-year-old ban, saying assault weapons are military firearms that fall beyond the reach of the constitutional right to “bear arms.”

FL Sheriff Tells Citizens to Arm Themselves to Stop Active Shooters

The Florida sheriff who told sexual offenders and predators to steer clear of shelters during Hurricane Irma has made another strong statement. More Here.