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    the first vid is informative, but the second is pointless

    the fact that this guy was not charged surprises me because it seemes that omaha is in general anti gun, not to mention concealed carry. i hope this leads to more open minded legislation on the subject.
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    He's not 'out of the woods' just yet......he still has a charge for carrying a concealed weapon.
    What a bunch of 'toro feces'...
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    true, they did give him a ticket, but i don't think they are going to pursue it too much
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    a reminder about taking the law into your own hands from the judge a slap on the wrist just to be politically correct and let him go - he's a hero to me
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    Nebraska open/conceal/confusing

    Lets see . . . you have to pay for TWO permits to exercise 2nd amendment rights in Nebraska. So . . . IF the gun barrel in INSIDE your pants and the butt is exposed ABOVE the the waistline in plain view. WHICH permit do you need?^$*%^

    How F-ing Stupid is that???? I'd be voting me some lawmakers out of office!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hipthunder View Post
    a reminder about taking the law into your own hands from the judge a slap on the wrist just to be politically correct and let him go - he's a hero to me
    ^^^^^By the ^^sounds ^^of it , ^^he's the DA's hero ^^also^^


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    He could have saved a few lives in the process. If the gun is in his waistband, it's partially open carry, at least the top half.

    The bad part, if he's convicted of the charge, his permit is probably history. Next time he'll just have to watch as the BG's possibly kill someone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by proscene View Post
    Lets see . . . you have to pay for TWO permits to exercise 2nd amendment rights in Nebraska. So . . . IF the gun barrel in INSIDE your pants and the butt is exposed ABOVE the the waistline in plain view. WHICH permit do you need?^$*%^

    How F-ing Stupid is that???? I'd be voting me some lawmakers out of office!!!!!
    ... welcome to nebraska. don't even get me started on some of our laws, for awhile the city of omaha was in direct violation of a state law regarding registering handguns, but its getting better
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    He's not 'out of the woods' just yet......he still has a charge for carrying a concealed weapon.
    What a bunch of 'toro feces'...
    And don't overlook the possibility of a civil suit.

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    The other thing I was questioning is, why is the 17 year old, charged with a GUN FELONY placed in a "youth detention center"? If he wants to act like a felony, put him in the cell with the rest of the felonys. That way he will be all broken in by the time he gets sentenced to prison. At 17 I'm sure they are going to try him as an adult, so why not start treating him like the full grown scum he is?

    As I said before I would still think the concealed carry charge against the good guy should be dropped, if he had the gun in his waistband of his pants and was able to draw it, without getting busted as a pervert, then some of the grip had to be showing, which makes him good to go with an open carry permit. I don't see where it matters if it's in a holster, or your pants, visible is visible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TedBeau View Post
    As I said before I would still think the concealed carry charge against the good guy should be dropped, if he had the gun in his waistband of his pants and was able to draw it, without getting busted as a pervert, then some of the grip had to be showing, which makes him good to go with an open carry permit. I don't see where it matters if it's in a holster, or your pants, visible is visible.
    i am thinking that his t shirt may have been pulled down over the grip
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    Does Nebraska protect those folks like him from civil suits?

    He did a great job and hopefully they won't mess with him.
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    I talked with the city prosecuter Marty Conboy this afternoon about it and he said he hasnt recieved any paperwork from the county yet on this case. I asked him not to prosecute. The person is getting alot of backing up from most of the pro gunners from around the country now that shot and killed the suspect that wasnt old enough to have a short shotgun and also was in a gang like the other 2 are. Now police are going to be watching for awhile,until something good comes out of this case,we wish the shooter the best of luck in his case. And also,the mother of the suspect forgave the shooter because,she said that he will have to live with killing of her son every day. The suspect had an unloaded short shotgun and nobody in the store knew if it was loaded or not. So now,criminals with guns are going to think about this if they will do it or not. Only their[bgs] future will decide this. richgp100z

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    Quote Originally Posted by richgp100z View Post
    ...And also,the mother of the suspect forgave the shooter because,she said that he will have to live with killing of her son every day'''
    I suspect that there will be a lawyer that will "Help her see the error in her ways." within the week.
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    The Nebraska firearms owners group has already bought him a new gun, good for them!!!!!! I also heard the NFO group talking about the affirmative defense being used, it may turn out as good as it can under the circumstances.

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