Local open carry "activist" catches a felony

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  1. roadkill

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    I looked for the AG opinion and couldn't find it. Could you post a link?


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  2. itchin

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    I have carried for many years when I drop off and pick up. I'm not going to change for them. Also during school functions, there is always a firearm in my vehicle. **** them.
     
  3. Mreed911

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    https://texasattorneygeneral.gov/opinions/opinions/51paxton/op/2015/kp0050.pdf

     
  4. roadkill

    roadkill Active Member

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    Is the dropping off and picking up students a school sponsored activity?


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  5. stdreb27

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    Lol oops. So "reporter" read story producer gave him? Figures.
     
  6. AustinN4

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    Dropping off a student is a parent-sponsored activity, IMO. If the school says otherwise, I would challenge it in court if I had to.
     
  7. txinvestigator

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    I did. never heard that name, but I left there "several" years ago. I'm old :(
     
  8. txinvestigator

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    Thank you for a coherent and on point post. I was sitting with my wife when I saw the news story. We had a conversation about the fact that neither of us believe that pick up and drop is a school sponsored event. Also, the news story included comment that there was no clear definition of "premises". I showed my wife the definition in penal code 46.035, referenced in 46.03. She even said it looked clear to her what premises meant.

    While I think you friend could make better choices, but at least he is not afraid to put his money where his mouth is, so to speak.
     
  9. Tejano Scott

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    Or his gofundme where his mouth is...


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  10. stdreb27

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    It may not be that much of a stretch. It's on school grounds. They have paid staff there. They monitor and check out kids. It's a scheduled time slot.

    What would disqualify it?
     


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