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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by Professor Badger, Feb 20, 2018.
It does go on to say they also worked the deal with law enforcement.
I read it incorrectly.
Okay Younggun.... “confession is good for the soul”.... what’d you do as a kid... fess up
It's a felony ONLY if caught, arrested, prosecuted, and found guilty.
Read the book Three Felonies a Day. Almost any professional has at one time or another committed a felony.
I dindu nuffin and you can't prove it!
Statue of limitations ran out. PHHHHTT
I’m pretty sure St. Peter will be holding me up at the Pearly Gates - with “just a few” questions I’ll need to be answering!
IF the guy had been arrested after having brought cartridges into the school in the past, or been placed into juvenile detention for any number of other prior "problems", it's likely he would have become a prohibited person by the time he was old enough to actually step up to the counter to fill out a 4473. Furthermore, IF the Feds or local LE had followed-up on the numerous prior complaints/tips about this kid, he'd have likely been seen for what he was sooner rather than later--later being after he had ended 17 young lives.
They can--depends upon the misdemeanors. Also, some of the things he's accused of having done in the past would have made him someone who could be found to be "mentally disturbed" and not able to purchase.
bullets (loaded cartridges)
You are correct, domestic violence misdemeanors make someone a prohibited person.