The recent decision in Mackey v. State is being hailed by police and state attorneys, especially those who are anti-gun.

Don’t believe it? Take this gem from the Office of the State Attorney for the 15th Judicial Circuit (Dave Aronberg, NRA F-rated candidate 2008):

“The Court found that the permit is an affirmative defense to be raised by the defendant after his arrest; it is not element of the crime to be disproved by the officer prior to effecting the CCF arrest.” See pages 4 and 5 HERE

That’s right, having a concealed weapon firearm license (CWFL) does not keep you from being arrested, you can explain that to the judge at first appearance, after you spend a night in jail and get a felony arrest record. Mr Aronberg’s office has taken an inch from the Supreme Court and become a ruler. Do not think that other anti-gun state attorneys, sheriffs and police chiefs won’t do the same. This is the same type of discriminatory, unjustified harassment that was recently struck down in a challenge to Mayor Bloomberg’s illegal stop-and-frisk law, in New York City.

via State Attorney Tells Law Enforcement to “Stop and Frisk” Florida Gun Owners . Florida Carry.

Yes, we must trust the good intentions of District Attorneys when it comes to our rights. Their intentions are noble and pure.

Quoting a song:
Don’t trust your soul to no back woods southern lawyer
Cause the judge in the towns got bloodstains on his hand

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

4 thoughts on “State Attorney Tells Law Enforcement to “Stop and Frisk” Florida Gun Owners”
  1. There are a few other “important factors” here that need to be understood. Marijuana as well as Xanax pills were found in the car as well as the guy was having a real hard time producing license, registration & he had NO insurance. I would be certain that these factors only fanned the fire.

  2. This is equivalent to simply driving down the road and being pulled over, then being arrested for driving even though you have a valid driver’s license.

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