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:: Friday, December 13, 2002 ::

More Fed Justice Problems

This seems to be something of an injustice:

According to GOA, Bean, 63, attempted to enter Mexico for dinner March 14, 1998, after sponsoring a gun show in Laredo. He was arrested by Mexican border authorities when they spotted approximately 200 rounds of ammunition lying on his car seat; possession of ammunition is a felony south of the border. ....
Though he was convicted in Mexico for an act that is legal in the U.S., because he spent time in jail on a felony conviction he effectively lost his right to own firearms – a loss that also puts him out of the gun-show business.

The most disturbing part of the story is how Ashcroft and U.S. Solicitor General Ted Olsen sought to overturn the restoration of rights granted by lower courts. This is one more case where this administration actively works against individual rights, even in cases unrelated to the 'War on Terror.'

:: Walter 10:10 AM [+] ::

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