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To: JimSp
In the article, when you click on "Full Story":
Sax said the manager responded stating that company policy stated that only officers in uniform may have weapons. Rice went on to state there was a sign on the door indicating weapons were only allowed in the restaurant if officers were in uniform.

[later in the story:]

Sax said there was no sign posted on the door of the restaurant stating police officers must be in uniform if they have a weapon.

So that point seems to be in dispute. Regardless, the restaurant has the right to ask a customer to leave if they feel that customer is making other customers uncomfortable.
41 posted on 01/03/2013 6:01:23 AM PST by PapaBear3625 (You don't notice it's a police state until the police come for you.)
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To: PapaBear3625

Of course a restaurant has the right (or should have) to ask a customer to leave if that customer makes other people feel uncomfortable. In this case an anti-gun person would ask the armed person to leave and a gun supporter would ask the anti-gun person to leave. Which would you ask to leave?


74 posted on 01/03/2013 10:13:36 AM PST by JimSp
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