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Discussion in 'Stolen Property & Criminality' started by Mike1234567, Jul 28, 2016.
Why? Because he used a gerund?
I think this is a popular misconception. Selling to an out of state resident, per se, is not illegal. Selling to someone have a reason to believe is not a resident of your state is illegal. It is not your responsibility to be a detective and prove the person is a resident of your state. If he says he is, and you have no reason to doubt him, that's good enough.
I wish the world worked that way. Then if I got caught and put on the stand for killing child rappers, and the prosecution asked did you intended to kill that guy? I would say, "I didn't know it was a guy." Dismissed. If only it worked that.
First thing that came to mind.
Nah, I not worried about really bad boy bands, they come and go. Fortunately, go.
Me too...."child rappers"
Yes, they do if they are doing it legally. They would also have to log the pistol into inventory in their bound book or database that would show who sold it to them i.e. an individual or a firearms seller.