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Sentenced to probation for shooting two cars and holding police at bay for seven hours during a psychotic episode that ended with a trip to the mental-health ward and the discovery of child pornography on his computer, retired state trooper Stanley W. Foss III had one question for Judge John S. Kennedy.

He wanted to know if the judge would lower the felony child pornography charge to a misdemeanor 'so I could keep my weapons.'

Kennedy declined, explaining that Foss had been involuntarily committed for a mental-health examination after the May 8, 2006, incident outside his Fairview Township home. He advised Foss that, if he had any weapons left in his possession, he must surrender them to authorities
http://www.ydr.com/newsfull/ci_6805781
 

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VOLGRAD said:
..........and judge........ "Can I have my computer back?"

#-o
By the way judge... Could you download your files before you give it back. :rotfl2:
 

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So, had the judge lowered the charge for child pornography he could still keep his guns? What about the "shooting two cars and holding police at bay for 7 hours" part? You would think that would figure into him being prohibited from owning weapons as well.
 

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So, had the judge lowered the charge for child pornography he could still keep his guns? What about the "shooting two cars and holding police at bay for 7 hours" part? You would think that would figure into him being prohibited from owning weapons as well.
Would you please quit using logic. :wink:
 
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