Baltimore(MD) Police Issue 2nd Amendment Decal Warning

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    I guess a burrito decal on the rear bumper is a warning that approaching this vehicle an officer could be overcome with skillfully deployed chemical/biological air dispersed agent
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    Quote Originally Posted by archer51 View Post
    Really screw with their minds, place that decal right above a "Thin Blue Line" decal.
    I was thinking the same thing.

    I have 1 more year til my youngest graduates HS, I've told all my kids..."Move the hell of of Maryland".
    I already has to Florida, I know the 2 still living with me are going when I do. Not sure about the 4th tho..

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    These stupid type of bulletins come out all the time for a lot of different subject matters. Its nothing new. Its just some do gooder thinking up stupid ideas and thoughts to make themselves feel like they actually do something worth while.
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    Here's the real deal on Maryland and the Second Amendment (although I feel sure thee is more to the story here):

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/...cBKH_blog.html

    A man shot and killed a pit bull in Severn Sunday after the dog and the man’s pit bull began fighting, according to Anne Arundel County police.

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    Police are also investigating whether the father was properly licensed to carry the firearm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rogers View Post
    Here's the real deal on Maryland and the Second Amendment (although I feel sure thee is more to the story here):

    Man shoots and kills pit bull in Md. - Crime Scene - The Washington Post

    A man shot and killed a pit bull in Severn Sunday after the dog and the man’s pit bull began fighting, according to Anne Arundel County police.
    I'm lost now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Backnblack View Post
    I'm lost now
    I think he was referring to the article stating the police were investigating to see if the shooter had a right to be carrying a firearm.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    I think he was referring to the article stating the police were investigating to see if the shooter had a right to be carrying a firearm.
    But that would be SOP anywhere....

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    Unless I missed something during a comercial, it sounds to me like the wrong dog owner shot the wrong dog. His was the one off the leash and initiated the attack and he shot the dog that was leashed??? Hmmmm

    I agree with "gigamortis" just avoid states like Maryland, Illinois, Wisconsin, and California, if I can't defend my life, then they can't have my money...not for gas, or food, or products, or merchandise, or especially taxes. I refuse to support stupidity!
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    Anyone want to bet whether they got permission to reprint the photo used off the website? Copyright infringement?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backnblack View Post
    But that would be SOP anywhere....
    But in Maryland there is essentially no CCW. Ergo you have no legal right to carry outside your house. Ergo you have no legal right to protect yourself against the attack of a pit bull with a firearm.

    In Maryland, chances are good this guy will be prosecuted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chad Rogers View Post
    But in Maryland there is essentially no CCW. Ergo you have no legal right to carry outside your house. Ergo you have no legal right to protect yourself against the attack of a pit bull with a firearm.

    In Maryland, chances are good this guy will be prosecuted.
    I know that I live here....I was just confused by your post thats all.
    You are allowed to carry on your own property.

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    Not the best article for giving all the information . It does not say if the shooter was on his own property and I am still confused about which dog he owned. Again the dogs were fighting from the articles account and no dog was attacking a human.

    We tend to be straying from the original OP's subject matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stubborn View Post
    Unless I missed something during a comercial, it sounds to me like the wrong dog owner shot the wrong dog. His was the one off the leash and initiated the attack and he shot the dog that was leashed??? Hmmmm

    I agree with "gigamortis" just avoid states like Maryland, Illinois, Wisconsin, and California, if I can't defend my life, then they can't have my money...not for gas, or food, or products, or merchandise, or especially taxes. I refuse to support stupidity!




    ^^^^^^^^WELL Kinda^^^^^^^^^^^
    Some kids were walking a pit, unleashed, and they came across a lady and girl, walking another pit, which WAS leashed.
    The dogs began to fight, one boy runs home, tells his dad, and the dad comes running up and shoots the ladys LEASHED pit.

    Crazy, but sounds like the city and the lady will take legal action against trigger happy pappy.

    ^^^^^^^^^^I agree with your comment^^^^^^^^^

    And would also submit Canada and Mexico as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    Not the best article for giving all the information . It does not say if the shooter was on his own property and I am still confused about which dog he owned. Again the dogs were fighting from the articles account and no dog was attacking a human.

    We tend to be straying from the original OP's subject matter.


    No it did not ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    indicate in the article that any dog was attacking a person.

    I don't understand why the moron did not subdue and take control of his own animal.

    I would be willing to wager, a Judge in Maryland will be asking him that very same question shortly.
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    So, they may like this shirt either, huh.....

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    There was an incident a year or so ago when an off-duty federal police officer (Pentagon?) shot a dog at a dog park. I seem to recall he was investigated/prosecuted because he was not authorized to carry off-duty, thus he was not authorized to be carrying in the state of Maryland.

    It is, quite simply, a very gun unfriendly state.

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