2 thoughts on “Another Open Carry Incident in Pennsylvania”

  1. The right of the citizens to bear arms in defence of themselves and the State shall not be questioned. Does that answer any questions? A.J your looking at a lawsuit.Me personally I would be after badges these cops need to understand they are not above the law nor are they above the constitution.

  2. The optimist in me hopes this guy sues the ASS of the thugs-err, police-and gets these guys suspended, at the very least.
    The cynic in me thinks, ‘yeah, right’. Too many times I’ve seen cops get away with sh*t like this just because they wear a badge, and judges seem to think that makes them unimpeachable. (I once fought a traffic ticket in court, and the officer stood before the judge and told THREE outright lies under oath. I had to pay not only the fine, but court costs as well, still got the points on my license, and lost a day of work in the bargain…so why fight it, just mail the ticket in with the fine, right?)
    I live in OH, and I’ve only been to PA on three occasions (two of them were Pittsburgh). EVERY TIME, I was stopped on some bullshit charge and hassled by cops. Ohio cops are assholes, to be sure, but if I had to go to New York from here, I’d go around PA. The thought of carrying a weapon in that state with an OH license plate makes me shudder.

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