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Old November 8th, 2018, 02:52 AM #1
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In just over a month 118 Red Flag POs

Anne Arundel and Harford Co lead the state with 19 each

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Old November 8th, 2018, 07:06 AM #2
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This is just a tool for people to cry wolf and strip you of your rights
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Old November 8th, 2018, 07:23 AM #3
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This is just a tool for people to cry wolf and strip you of your rights
Not really (As least according to the numbers) and hopefully it will stary that way.

There were 114 ERPOs requested in October and less than 60 were granted. Those that weren't, we can surmise, were people crying wolf and had nothing to substantiate a reason for an ERPO to a judge, court commissioner, or LE.

That very well could change after the next legislative session, given how they want to strengthen the law, and the Governor seems to be on board to do so.

More than ever, people need to show up in Annapolis, but I fear that people really just don't care about their rights in Maryland.
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Not really (As least according to the numbers) and hopefully it will stary that way.

There were 114 ERPOs requested in October and less than 60 were granted. Those that weren't, we can surmise, were people crying wolf and had nothing to substantiate a reason for an ERPO to a judge, court commissioner, or LE.

That very well could change after the next legislative session, given how they want to strengthen the law, and the Governor seems to be on board to do so.

More than ever, people need to show up in Annapolis, but I fear that people really just don't care about their rights in Maryland.
Yay, we still have some rights. Gonna be a good day
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Old November 8th, 2018, 08:14 AM #5
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There were 114 ERPOs requested in October and less than 60 were granted. Those that weren't, we can surmise, were people crying wolf and had nothing to substantiate a reason for an ERPO to a judge, court commissioner, or LE.
Now that we are starting to see numbers on this, I would really like to know how it went down for the other 60-odd people where the orders weren't granted. Did they get their guns back? If so, when? What condition were they in? How difficult was the process?

Also, out of curiosity, where did you get the less than 60 granted number?
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That's 118 too many.

Like others, I believe it will get far worse after the upcoming MGA session.
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Not really (As least according to the numbers) and hopefully it will stary that way.

There were 114 ERPOs requested in October and less than 60 were granted. Those that weren't, we can surmise, were people crying wolf and had nothing to substantiate a reason for an ERPO to a judge, court commissioner, or LE.

That very well could change after the next legislative session, given how they want to strengthen the law, and the Governor seems to be on board to do so.

More than ever, people need to show up in Annapolis, but I fear that people really just don't care about their rights in Maryland.


How did you find out that less than 60 were granted? Not doubting you, just curious as to how to come by these results.

And were the initiators of the other 60 or so prosecuted for perjury? That's what is supposed to happen, right?

As for the bolded, be careful, you're close to violating the strict anti shaming policy.
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60 granted is still more than 50% of the requests and equals 2 Marylanders per day losing their rights and legally owned possessions without due process. As a member of We the People I have a problem with that.
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How did you find out that less than 60 were granted? Not doubting you, just curious as to how to come by these results.

And were the initiators of the other 60 or so prosecuted for perjury? That's what is supposed to happen, right?

As for the bolded, be careful, you're close to violating the strict anti shaming policy.
Dont want to speak for dblas but he may have been referring to Marylanders in general and not exclusively MDS members.
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