New Jersey, that bastion of freedom, strikes again

New Jersey, that bastion of freedom, strikes again

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    New Jersey, that bastion of freedom, strikes again

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    I'm so glad I'm out of Jersey.
    NJ gun owners (especially the outspoken ones) live in a constant state of legal peril.
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    He intentionally and knowingly violated a state law and then told them he did and got arrested for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Bob View Post
    He intentionally and knowingly violated a state law and then told them he did and got arrested for it.
    Where did you see that information?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Badey View Post
    Where did you see that information?
    I was wondering the same thing. Is there a second article I didn't see?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Bob View Post
    He intentionally and knowingly violated a state law and then told them he did and got arrested for it.
    Where the heck did you get your info? Why would he do such a thing? 3 years is tough for a little publicity but if he shines a light on the anti-BOR politicians in NJ then power to him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Bob View Post
    He intentionally and knowingly violated a state law and then told them he did and got arrested for it.
    That's what I got out of it too. I had to go back to get the story straight.

    I need to read more slowley-er.
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    Is this what you refer to or is there another article out there that clarifies your supposition. I don't think this supports your conclusion.

    "Mr. Kaleda was understandably and wisely reluctant to say exactly what the allegations were when I spoke to him, but he did acknowledge that the State Police contacted him approximately two weeks ago and suggested there was a problem with his paperwork and offered an opportunity to “come in and make corrections”. Mr. Kaleda declined, correctly deducing that presenting himself to make such changes would be viewed as an implicit acknowledgement of actually committing the offense of falsifying the document, essentially admitting to guilt of a technical violation."

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