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David Gregory Will Not Be Prosecuted or Arrested for Illegal Magazine Possession

219 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 12:14 AM
If I walk around D.C with that magazine clip, will I be arrested? I don't have criminal background. I don't have any intention of using it. I just want to show it to a friend of mine or pose for a picture. The Attorney General of D.C. has been bought or talked to by some high official. Can somebody please ask Mr. Gregory about it and let him show his hypocrisy?
w-smith-84 Wrote: Jan 13, 2013 12:53 AM
"If I walk around D.C with that magazine clip, will I be arrested? I don't have criminal background. I don't have any intention of using it. I just want to show it to a friend of mine or pose for a picture."

If your "mag picture" went public, the AG would do the exact same thing...

Quit pretending that there is some great conspiracy at work here when you ALL know why Gregory wasn't charged.

OR - keep pretending that nutters are the targets of some obscure prosecutorial vendetta so you can call Gregory (who is NOT a liberal) a hypocrite and justify your paranoid delusions of conservative victimhood.

What a bunch of phony, whiny-a$$ babies...

550 comments on what? Nothing... absolutely NOTHING!

~Cheers

Well, we saw this one coming. It's been nearly a month since NBC's Meet the Press host David Gregory illegally possessed a 30-round ammunition magazine on national television during an interview with NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre. During the interview, Gregory made it clear he supports a ban on high capacity magazines. Washington D.C. firearms law states it is a crime to possess any ammunition magazine that holds more than 10-bullets, even if the magazine is empty.

“No person in the District shall possess, sell, or transfer any large capacity ammunition feeding device regardless of whether...