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Friends, Parents Say Brian Aitken Living a Nightmare; Prosecutors Insist He Broke Law
Buried in the trunk, beneath piles of clothes and boxes of dishes, was a black duffle bag holding a boot box containing two handguns; "unloaded, disassembled, cleaned and wrapped in a cloth," his father said.
There were also several large-capacity magazines and cartons of hollow-point bullets.
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
The guy obviously wasn't simply moving the guns from one residence to the other, as the exemption allows. He was carrying them around in the back of the car.
It's too bad, and it sounds like the judge was wound a little tight...
Originally posted by Thoriumisbest
Then " hollow point bullets, that isn't very good".
Originally posted by DaddyBare
I politely disagree...
As I just bought a new place I can say for fact that it's not so simple...
BTW I looked at said law and I didn't see a time limit on how long they give you to complete said move
Originally posted by IntastellaBurst
allrighty then, ...
well I hope a Giant Panda escapes from the NJ city zoo, and comes across this judge while he's walking to his car, ...... confused by the judges black and white robe he forcefully takes him as his bride.