posted on Feb, 4 2013 @ 05:22 PM
Originally posted by dazbog
Originally posted by Mikeyy
This story enrages me. This guy now has a felony that is going to ruin his chance at any career for the rest of his life. Over some empty
Liberal stupidity knows no bounds, clearly.
I haven't read all the links but all seem to believe he is guilty. My understanding is ( at least in theory ) one is not guilty until a jury says
GUILTY. Assuming he broke the law. Absolutely no question in any ones mind, yes he broke the law. If the jury feels it is unjust or they are simply
having a good day. They do not have to follow the judges instructions. Jury nullification is a wonderful method for the people to exercise their power
over stupid and or unjust laws.
given his service record, and the current climate among the people of new york, he stands a very real chance of walking....not that this should even
be a thing.
as i said before, and it states it in the article as well, i believe...he was led to believe they were pre-ban mags when he bought them.
on 4-2-2013 by Daedalus because: (no reason given)