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I thought this deserving of its own thread. Thomas Jefferson, gun bans, Georgia firearms license holder, and state preemption law all rolled up into 25 readable pages in a brief available at this link.

This was filed today.

I am curious to see Coweta County's response, as it continues steadfastly its fight to maintain its gun ban.

By the way, the document you are looking for is called brief in support of motion for summary judgment. It is the last document when you get to the list. The other relevant pleadings are there, too, for anybody wishing to read them.[/i]
 

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All GCO members and prospective GCO members should read the brief, as it gives some (additional) indication of what you are supporting. That is, not just the positions (yeah, GCO is pro- "right to keep and bear ams" :) ) but the quality of the effort.

Print it out.

Read.

Tell friends, acquaintances, relatives, and anybody who will listen.
 

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I really hope someone at the Gwinnett's County Attorney's Office is reading this stuff. I would hate for them to look like idots too. :wink:
 

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All the Coweta "officials" that participated in this farce resulting in a significant waste of taxpayer dollars should be tarred, feathered, and run out of town. :twisted:
 

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Fot a while Lee County looked like they were just gonna ingore us till we went away. Then they woke up and realised we wern't giving up.
 

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It is now the second post on that link in the original post, above. You'll know you are reading the correct one if you read 25 pages of sledgehammer effectiveness.

The first post is now a short blurb about how GCO is turning up the heat in the litigation.
 

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Malum Prohibitum said:
It is now the second post on that link in the original post, above. You'll know you are reading the correct one if you read 25 pages of sledgehammer effectiveness.

The first post is now a short blurb about how GCO is turning up the heat in the litigation.
Not only should they pay GCO's attorney fees, they should also pay for "pain and suffering". I think about $2.5m would do nicely!
 

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I think about $2.5m would do nicely!
Why not $65m, like the judge in DC for the pants.
 

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Rammstein said:
That was a very well written brief JRM. Good job!
I do not deserve much credit for the content, but I'm sure the compliment will be appreciated by those that do. :wink:
Whomever wrote that, they did a very eloquent job.
 

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Rammstein said:
jrm said:
Rammstein said:
That was a very well written brief JRM. Good job!
I do not deserve much credit for the content, but I'm sure the compliment will be appreciated by those that do. :wink:
Whomever wrote that, they did a very eloquent job.
The eloquent Sledghammer, JRM.
 
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