Skip to comments.Black lawyer group turns back on legacy of Deacons in Mississippi brief
Posted on 08/10/2013 7:20:50 AM PDT by marktwain
Two important documents have been filed with the Supreme Court of Mississippi in recent days in response to an injunction preventing House Bill 2, a law clarifying the definition of concealed and characterized by some as an open carry bill, from going into effect. A halt, egged on by the Southern Poverty Law Center, was placed on the new laws implementation by an activist Hinds County Circuit Court Judge at the behest of an anti-gun prosecutor and legislators.
Hinds County District Attorney Robert Schuler Smiths Response in Opposition to the State of Mississippis Combined Petition to Vacate a Permanent Injunction and Emergency Petition for Interlocutory Appeal was submitted on August 5, and a quick scan shows it is both sloppy, and in places, bizarre.
Arguing that the phrase called not be called into question [sic] does not mean reasonable restrictions cant be placed on the right to keep and bear arms, that House Bill 2 is unconstitutionally vague, and that Judge Winston Kidds injunction does not violate separation of powers, Smith, rather than recalling his oath of office and the meaning of both state and federal constitutions, instead focuses on arcane side tracks bordering on the surreal, replete with embedded illustrations and captions asking For example, is this 9 x 7.5 pink bag a childrens purse sold by Mississippi State, or a gun case? and Similarly, is this rolling briefcase a gun case or a heavy-duty litigation bag?
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Here is some background: Mississippi Law to Conform to Constitution
This is getting awfully confusing.
I went to the link to read about the Deacons for Defense and Justice.
What did the White Lawyer Group have to say?
Confuse and obfuscate. All by design. It’s not rocket science. It’s self defense. Either the State permits it, or it does not. Legalese, attorneys, and their activist black robed masters are simply integral parts of the puzzle palace. Job security, billable clients, guaranteed income, and you get to write all the rules. Nice work, if you can get it.
It is very confusing for a lot of us in Mississippi. The sheriff in my county says he will not obey this judges injunction and we can open carry in his county but I am just about 1/4 mile inside the city limits of Meridian,Ms. The city (new Black Mayor) says we can’t open carry within the city.
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Oh yes, goes to figure Meridian’s new BLACK mayor is against it!
What a pity you’re just inside the city limit.
Yes, they need to get this confusion solved.
Confuse and obfuscate. All by design. Its not rocket science. Its self defense. Either the State permits it, or it does not. Legalese, attorneys, and their activist black robed masters are simply integral parts of the puzzle palace. Job security, billable clients, guaranteed income, and you get to write all the rules. Nice work, if you can get it.
Yep. The rule of law was much more sensible.