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True hero of the D.C. ruling:

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Lucky, Mar 18, 2007.

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  1. Lucky

    Lucky Member

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    not to take anything away from this thread http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=261171, but it's simply not accurate. The real hero is the man who organized, funded, and executed the plan.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/03/17/AR2007031701055.html

     
  2. Robert Hairless

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    Diogenese of Sinope can extinguish his lantern. We have found an honest man.
     
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    Now if only we could get him to buy a gun of some kind and go shooting...
     
  4. Bartholomew Roberts

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    There are no shortage of heroes in this case. Certainly there are several people without whom this case would have never moved forward and Robert Levy is certainly one of them.

    While I am certainly grateful to Mr. Levy for contributing his money and time to support liberty for everyone, I'd also remind people here that there are other cases going forward that don't have that benefit. The Second Amendment Foundation has several cases in the works and they have hired the same civil litigation expert from Parker (Alan Gura) as well as a host of other big names in Second Amendment law. Mr. Levy has been generous enough to fund Parker entirely on his own; but SAF could probably use a small donation if you can spare it.
     
  5. Lucky

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    This guy's name should be as well known as 'Zumbo', in fact better.

    I'm sending an appreciateive e-mail even though I don't even live in the same country. His actions are nothing short of exceptional. He clearly didn't expect praise or admiration, but God damnit he oughtta get it.


    rlevy@cato.org

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    I emailed him my thanks and he responded. Good guy. Big thumbs up to him.
     
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    thank you sent
     
  9. jpk1md

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    Wow.

    Response from Bob Levy.

     
  10. Lucky

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    Yes I got that too, it's good to see he's getting appreciation. To be ignored after such a victory would be horrible.
     
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