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

Steve17 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 6:56 PM
Love it! Now we all have an out when it is our turn. The precedent has been set and this case will be referenced each and every time another person is arrested for the same crime. All of the 105 people who have previously been charged with this and similar offenses in DC should now apply to have their records expunged.
Kris12 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 7:20 PM
Not just that, they should sue Washington DC for damages due to lost wages and defamation. Having a weapons violation on your record makes it virtually impossible to find a decent job. I'm sure that all 105 of these people have incurred significant financial losses and damages from the smearing of their reputations for something that, it turns out, should involve no fine, jail time, or prosecution.
Geni2 Wrote: Jan 11, 2013 7:05 PM
Absolutely! That is exactly what I was fixing to post, Steve17.

And I have said for years that if I'm arrested for anything I'm actually guilty of, I will plead "I want my free crime", because "the law" lets the illegal foreign nationals have free run (and then some!). (but I don't intend to ever be arrested!)

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...