Georgia And South Carolina Fighting Back

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    Georgia And South Carolina Fighting Back

    With probable law suits in the making Mayor Blomberg may have his hands full.

    http://www.nysun.com/article/66713

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    Good for them. I hope the court makes him pay punitive damages out of his own pocket.
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    This outta be "fun" to watch unfold. I suspect little will done or gained WRT the overall big picture......but to slap back at the face of NYC's Mayor is priceless.

    Hopefully I'm wrong about the "little done or gained" part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goldshellback View Post
    This outta be "fun" to watch unfold. I suspect little will done or gained WRT the overall big picture......but to slap back at the face of NYC's Mayor is priceless.

    Hopefully I'm wrong about the "little done or gained" part.
    My sentiments exactly!
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    Good.

    When are the GA or SC criminal charged being filed for conspiracy to violate the respective state's firearm purchase laws?

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    Is it a possibility that any evidence "Hizzoner" gives in these cases could be used in a federal prosecution against him for straw purchases? Will his attorneys counsel that he plead the fifth in order to protect himself against the possibility, giving the local juries the chance to slam him civilly?

    Not likely, but fun to imagine, anyway.

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