This is a discussion on Wisconsin CCW Permit Time...Keep us posted! within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by sid1 Hey everyone! Guess what was in my mail today! #76xxx I thought they would have issued me a new one with ...
For any body that has not sent the application in yet. If it matters to you please make copies of your application. Check it over and have your wife or somebody else check it over. Mail it priority mail with delivery confirmation. About $8.bucks. Then you can see how long it took to get there and what time and day they got it. Once you get it please let us know!!
The Milwaukee Police department (specifically Chief Flynn) could care less about a law he does not like. He claims the weapon used by the customer in the Aldi shooting incident is evidence and can not be returned to the owner until it is no longer a possibility it is evidence. This is contrary to the law which states as long as a person makes the gun available as evidence if needed.
While I am not an attorney I do ponder why the weapon that shot the alleged armed robber would be needed as evidence in the robbers trail. Under that moronic reasoning someone’s hands/arms would be evidence if a person physically subdued someone mugging an elder person until the law showed up. So I guess that person would have to be kept in the evidence room until needed. Chief Flynn the new laws are the law which everyone, including the police, have to abide by. Soooooooooo chief, have the law changed, in the meantime get over it.
Below is the video from channel 58TV news in Milwaukee. Unfortunately they do not show the video that was shown on the 10PM news March 8, 2012. That video has Chief Flynn stating his policy. The policy was reinforced by an assistant DA (no cite of any law) in the video.
Customer Who Stopped Robbery Controversy | CBS 58 | Local News
"One of the greatest delusions in the world is the hope that the evils in this world are to be cured by legislation."
--Thomas B. Reed, American Attorney
Second Amendment -- Established December 15, 1791 and slowly eroded ever since What happened to "..... shall not be infringed."
Hope the mail delivers some today I just saw mail person drive by so some of you may need to check the box.
Today I opened my mailbox and found inside of it a restored liberty!!!
MO Cashed: 3/2
Permit #: 823xx
18 Days Total