Sunday, December 22, 2013

Semi-Auto Ban in California Challenged: Liberty vs. Tyranny Fight rises to a new level, with nationwide implications...

**"Liberty Teeth": In CA, many "teeth" are missing**
The most important legal complaint in our history has been amended and filed through "Calguns", boldly defying the execrable Semi-automatic firearms ban (renamed by tyrants with the pejorative mind-control term as so-called "Assault Weapons") that has oppressed and ruined thousands of lives since the 1980's for no justifiable reason. Fighting behind enemy lines in the belly of the worst anti-gunowner hellhole beast in the USA, Calguns stands above ALL the rest because they have the toughest fight over anyplace else in the USA! They and their supporters are also the toughest, because they have to stand against ignorance from both sides of the issue (From Politicians who see no evil in banning any firearm with a "detachable magazine", to the out of state gun owners that we warned time and time again that insult us, but now are feeling the sting of what we have been going through for decades here, thanks to the Bloomberg money machine getting into their backyards. Many, such as in Colorado & New York, are even waking up now and seeing the light). Here is the latest update in the fight against California tyranny. We all need to be in it to win it, for a new rebirth of liberty in California and nationwide! (S9)
The Calguns Foundation, and the Second Amendment Foundation filed an amended complaint in the case of Haynie, et al. v. Kamala Harris, et al., a federal civil rights lawsuit challenging California’s “Assault Weapons” laws as unconstitutional. The court filing states that plaintiffs seek “injunctive and declaratory relief against Defendants [Kamala Harris and DOJ] that the California Penal Codes and Regulations defining Assault Weapons are unconstitutionally vague and ambiguous and therefore result in wrongful arrests and seizures of lawfully possessed/owned arms.” The filing also claims that “the unconstitutionally vague and ambiguous definitions of assault weapons and the ongoing risk of arrest and seizure have a chilling effect on the fundamental right to keep and bear arms of ordinary and common design as protected by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution.”
The case stems from a series of unconstitutional arrests and property seizures relating to firearms mis-identified as “assault weapons” by law enforcement. Mr. Richards was himself improperly arrested and had legal firearms seized twice on two difference occasions by two different law enforcement agencies since 2010...
See the full report and links to the filings here:

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