Skip to comments.States loosen concealed carry gun laws, stir debate
Posted on 12/20/2011 3:46:10 PM PST by neverdem
An out and out blatant lie!!! This has NEVER been the stance of the NRA or law abiding citizens. A lie is a lie is a fat lie!!!
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All a felon has to do to get their gun rights restored is appear before the appropriate judge in the state in which they were convicted. Judges are usually amenable to restoration, unless the ex-con was convicted of a gun crime, or used a gun in the commission of their crime.
It should be noted that ex-cons are often intensely aware of the right of self-defense and gun rights, and those on the straight and narrow are often strong advocates of gun rights, because they have seen a lot of people they want to be able to defend themselves against, if attacked.
Nothing about our injustice system is.
If I had time I’d look up Brian Malte’s office number and call him a liar too.
“...”The gun lobby won’t stop,” says Brian Malte, of the Washington, D.C.-based Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. ...
On that point, He’s right; We won’t stop.
We’ll NEVER stop. Until him and his kind just STFU and go away.
Hope it keeps him awake at night, peeing in his little pink panties.
That will NEVER work! The FEDERAL government will NOT recognize any restoration of a felon’s rights that THEY did not approve..and they have outlawed funding for that purpose for over 10 years! NOT happening!
That would only apply to federal felons, who would need restoration by a federal judge. Otherwise, state laws, which vary considerably, apply to gun restoration, as well as voting.
This article explains both federal and state restoration.