Skip to comments.About 100 concealed carry permits denied based on objections
Posted on 03/04/2014 5:37:56 AM PST by rellimpank
A state licensing board has rejected about half of the concealed carry applications it has reviewed based on law enforcement objections but those applications represent a tiny fraction of the total number filed, according to figures released Monday.
The seven-member Concealed Carry Licensing Board has sustained about 100 objections, denying permits to those people, said Monique Bond, spokeswoman for the Illinois State Police. The board has overruled about 100 other objections, allowing those applications to move forward, Bond said
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A man legally carries a firearm in his pocket for protection.
Agreed. Let's see how many things we can find wrong....
1. Get the booger hook off the bang stick, especially when shoving it in your pocket (that is too small for that weapon).
Ok, so the board sustained 100 objections, and overruled 100 objections. The article also says that the 100 sustained objections represent half the cases that the board has reviewed. This means that the unwritten fact in this article is that law enforcement has objected to every single application that the board has reviewed so far. No surprise, but there it is.
looking at the pictuer, Who keeps their booger finger on the bang switch on an unholstered gun in their pocket pointed somewhere personal? That alone should be enough to deny the doofus a permit until they learn how not to hurt themselves.
The seven-member Concealed Carry Licensing Board has sustained about 100 objections, denying permits to those people, said Monique Bond, spokeswoman for the Illinois State Police. The board has overruled about 100 other objections, allowing those applications to move forward, Bond said.
About 50,000 people have applied for permits, and about 5,000 have been approved, according to the state police. The approved permits are expected to arrive in the mail this week, officials say.
They wrote some facts in the article. 5,000 permits granted. 200 objections filed.
That's 4%, not law enforcement objecting to every single application.
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Ah... so the board only reviews applications that are objected to, which is why law enforcement objected to 100% of the cases that the board reviewed. Makes sense.