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Old November 22nd, 2011, 06:26 PM #41
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Anyone saying he should be charged with "brandishing a firearm" can you show me any state law that covers "brandishing"?
If this yahoo left his property while armed with a loaded handgun, he should pay the price just like Williams did!

Then, and only then will the system apply the law equally!
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 06:52 PM #42
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I know Adam, just from around town, I'm not friends with him. I don't see him harassing the Conaways beyond investigating into their shady political practices and the shady practices of the City Council and writing about it on his blog.

Mr. Conaway is too feeble to stay in office and is solely elected based on name recognition.
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 07:14 PM #43
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As for his lapsed permit, he said: "I was never notified. I think there's an obligation on the part of the state police to notify" permit owners.

yah, ok....good luck with that!
Maryland issues so few permits they could probably notify them all in person before they expire.
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 08:57 PM #44
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Anyone saying he should be charged with "brandishing a firearm" can you show me any state law that covers "brandishing"?
There is no brandishing in MD. There is however First Degree Assault ( committing an assault with a firearm) which is a felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison.
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I like how Meister says, "FRANK JR. IS NEXT!" That snake represents me and I'd love him to get caught in something.

Thanks to the OP for putting this out here.
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Old November 23rd, 2011, 06:41 AM #46
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Teratos, is your avatar basically what a MD permit looks like? With a few details obviously altered...though I don't know why you would leave your real picture on there?
Yep, that's it. I did change my eye color so nobody would recognize me.
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Yep, that's it. I did change my eye color so nobody would recognize me.
Ah, good thinkin

Just curious, is it "nice" like a driver's license or more like my VA non-resident permit (laminated cardstock that looks like I made it in my basement with MS Paint)?
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There is no brandishing in MD. There is however First Degree Assault ( committing an assault with a firearm) which is a felony punishable by up to 25 years in prison.
That was my point. People saying he should be charged with a crime that isnt on the books.

And for first degree assault you'd need the victim to say he saw the gun pointed at him or was threaten by the gun. Or the police would have to have seen him pointing the gun at the person with their back turn. Victim so far has said he never saw a gun so it's hard to build a case with no victim.



And if anyone thinks he'll get charged and get anything other then PBJ stop kidding yourselfs.
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That was my point. People saying he should be charged with a crime that isnt on the books.

And for first degree assault you'd need the victim to say he saw the gun pointed at him or was threaten by the gun. Or the police would have to have seen him pointing the gun at the person with their back turn. Victim so far has said he never saw a gun so it's hard to build a case with no victim.



And if anyone thinks he'll get charged and get anything other then PBJ stop kidding yourselfs.
So 4-203 doesn't apply?

What did Williams get setenced too? We need start demanding/mandating equality!
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So 4-203 doesn't apply?

What did Williams get setenced too? We need start demanding/mandating equality!
What's 4-203?

If he's on his own property with a handgun open carried or conecaled there is no crime unless the gun is pointed at someone or he made threats to use it.

If he walked onto the sidewalk or the street then he's in violation of MD carrying/transporting laws.

Again...if you think he's going to get jail time you are wrong. A well connected miniority in Baltimore who "forgot" his permit had expired wont see a day in jail. There isnt 12 residents in baltimore that would find him guility.
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