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interesting aspect of San Francisco's anti gun ordinance

Discussion in 'Legal' started by alan, Jan 16, 2006.

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  1. alan

    alan Member

    Dec 24, 2002
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    America's Aggressive Civil Rights Organization

    January 16, 2006

    JPFO ALERT: Perfect Example of "Reasonable"
    Victim Disarmament in S.F.

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    Or, you can search the website, www.sfgate.com, for the
    article by Joan Ryan, dated January 8, 2006, entitled "A
    Woman, A Batterer, and A Gun"

    The lady was convicted of unlawfully possessing a concealed
    firearm -- when she thought she had a legitimate right to
    carry, based upon the restraining order against her stalker
    and based upon California's complicated gun laws.

    Bad news -- unbeknownst to her, the restraining order had
    expired. So -- she gets jailed, she loses any right to
    possess a gun at all for any reasons, and she has lost her
    anonymity so her stalker can find her.

    Thanks a bunch, California "gun control" supporters.

    Read the whole story in the _San Francisco Chronicle_.
    You'll learn how "reasonable gun control" schemes work
    directly against female victims of stalkers.

    This poor woman lives in constant fear, now even more
    because the State of California has disarmed her.

    Next time one of your anti-self defense friends pipes up
    about how great "gun control" is, you'll have this story
    from San Francisco, the capital of "gun control" in the
    western states.

    The "gun control" advocates actually want this kind of
    result to occur -- the disarming of women against
    predators. They must want this result, because their
    policies actually cause the result by their very design.

    The woman has no recourse. Read our book, _Dial 911 and
    Die_, and you'll see how American citizens generally have
    no right to demand police protection.

    We're on our own ... and too often our governments make
    sure we must live in fear of crime without defense tools.


    - The Liberty Crew

    The connection with San Francisco's ordinance puzzles me. Re the lady, does she live in San Francisco? She was not arrested in San Francisco. San Mateo County is south of SF, as I recall. Mill Valey is in Marin County. Half Moon Bay, looking at an old atlas is in San Mateo County also. The strangeness of gun laws in California is another matter entirely.
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