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 Post subject: D.C.POLICE, reportedly warned NBC
PostPosted: Wed Dec 26, 2012 7:57 pm 
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Police in Washington, D.C., reportedly warned NBC not to show a high-capacity gun magazine on the air before last Sunday’s broadcast of “Meet the Press,” and confirm that the show’s anchor, David Gregory, is under investigation.

“NBC contacted [the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department] inquiring if they could utilize a high capacity magazine for their segment,” Gwendolyn Crump, a police spokeswoman, said in an email to WJLA-TV, the ABC television affiliate in the nation’s capital.

“NBC was informed that possession of a high capacity magazine is not permissible and their request was denied. This matter is currently being investigated.”

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Despite the warning, Gregory held up the ammunition magazine on national television for a discussion on gun control.

“Here is a magazine for ammunition that carries 30 bullets,” Gregory said on “Meet the Press” as he brandished the magazine. “Now isn’t it possible that if we got rid of these, if we replaced them and said, ‘Well, you could only have a magazine that carries five bullets or 10 bullets,’ isn’t it just possible that we could reduce the carnage in a situation like Newtown?”

His commentary came after the Newtown, Conn., school shooting where 20 children and six adults were killed by a 20-year-old with several guns he had obtained, despite state restrictions that already should have prevented him from using them.

But the program is taped in Washington, D.C., and the district has a ban on such pieces of equipment.

The gossip website TMZ is reporting the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms told producers of “Meet the Press” that Gregory could use a 30-bullet magazine as a prop, even though the District of Columbia has jurisdiction.

Gregory is reportedly on vacation and will not host this weekend’s edition of “Meet The Press.”

Politico reports that according to the network, Gregory’ vacation was scheduled prior to last week’s show, and he is slated to be on the air Jan. 5.

So far, more than 8,000 people already have signed the petition that was created on a White House website demanding that officials “press charges against David Gregory for possession of a 30-round, high capacity assault rifle magazine in Washington.”


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Even though I know it's not is first name, there's a reason I've always called him Richard Gregory.


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 Post subject: Re: D.C.POLICE, reportedly warned NBC
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I support Gregory and do not believe he should be charged.

DC gun laws are irrational, ineffective, and plain stupid.

Not so sure he can be charged pursuant to the Heller decision anyway.

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 Post subject: Re: D.C.POLICE, reportedly warned NBC
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bfranklin wrote:
I support Gregory and do not believe he should be charged.

DC gun laws are irrational, ineffective, and plain stupid.

Not so sure he can be charged pursuant to the Heller decision anyway.

Gregory walks free while Iraq vet was jailed ck my post if that guy got time Gregory does too .he knew it was illegal

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Gregory walks free while Iraq vet was jailed ck my post if that guy got time Gregory does too .he knew it was illegal

Bad law is bad law & I don't support it.

Just because Gregory is a dope doesn't mean I want to see him in jail for activity that I think is legitimate for all Americans.

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 Post subject: Re: D.C.POLICE, reportedly warned NBC
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then if he's not gonna be charged for a blantant disreguard of an illegal law the Vet in jail should be release and made whole for his time for unwittingly breaking the law . NO FREE PASS FOR MEDIA

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Newspolice wrote:
then if he's not gonna be charged for a blantant disreguard of an illegal law the Vet in jail should be release and made whole for his time for unwittingly breaking the law . NO FREE PASS FOR MEDIA

I agree, but it has nothing to do with Gregory's status.

He should be freed because the law is stupid and fails to recognize the rights of Americans to possess armaments in common use, such as magazines.

And because congress (which authorizes DC to make their own laws, so DC can have no authority congress doesn't have) has been granted NO authority to make any laws regulating firearms, all federal or federally derived firearms laws are illegitimate. [Overreach for commerce clause not excepted.]

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Newspolice wrote:
then if he's not gonna be charged for a blantant disreguard of an illegal law the Vet in jail should be release and made whole for his time for unwittingly breaking the law . NO FREE PASS FOR MEDIA


Once again you are lying
The stupid guy had 14 rounds on him while he went through a metal detector. He was in a holding cell for and hour or so and got a $200 fine as well as a month worth of unsupervised probation

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Dancer wrote:
Newspolice wrote:
then if he's not gonna be charged for a blantant disreguard of an illegal law the Vet in jail should be release and made whole for his time for unwittingly breaking the law . NO FREE PASS FOR MEDIA


Once again you are lying
The stupid guy had 14 rounds on him while he went through a metal detector. He was in a holding cell for and hour or so and got a $200 fine as well as a month worth of unsupervised probation


That "sentence" is absurd for having 14 rounds of ammo in a bag. He didn't have a gun or even a hammer and a scratch awl to try and set the ammo off. Common sense has disappeared in this Country. The supervisor on duty should have taken the ammo and said you're not allowed to have ammo in the District, then sent him on his way. I am beyond so disappointed at the rate this Country is falling.


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jadiff wrote:
That "sentence" is absurd for having 14 rounds of ammo in a bag. He didn't have a gun or even a hammer and a scratch awl to try and set the ammo off. Common sense has disappeared in this Country. The supervisor on duty should have taken the ammo and said you're not allowed to have ammo in the District, then sent him on his way. I am beyond so disappointed at the rate this Country is falling.

Get used to it.

As more generations suffer from sub standard education and slowly allow chains to be placed on their liberties, we will increasingly become a nation of subjects to the govt instead of master of it.

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Dancer wrote:
Newspolice wrote:
then if he's not gonna be charged for a blantant disreguard of an illegal law the Vet in jail should be release and made whole for his time for unwittingly breaking the law . NO FREE PASS FOR MEDIA


Once again you are lying
The stupid guy had 14 rounds on him while he went through a metal detector. He was in a holding cell for and hour or so and got a $200 fine as well as a month worth of unsupervised probation

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Washington, D.C.'s restrictive gun laws are being used to persecute soldiers. The pattern is disturbing, as what follows is the third case I’ve uncovered of a veteran being unfairly prosecuted under laws that should not be on the books.

In September 2011, former Army Specialist Adam Meckler was arrested at the VFW in the District because he happened to have a few long-forgotten rounds of ordinary ammunition in his bag. The veteran of both the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq was jailed and later accepted a plea deal, which he now regrets.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/guns/2012/jul/1/miller-dc-arrests-vet-arrested-unregistered-ammuni/#ixzz2IkpZbfoT
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Look at all trhe CRAP the put him thru ,you would think he had a bomb strapped on him .when we have been reduced to this level the terrorists have won they have destroyed our country from with in.
ington, D.C.'s restrictive gun laws are being used to persecute soldiers. The pattern is disturbing, as what follows is the third case I’ve uncovered of a veteran being unfairly prosecuted under laws that should not be on the books.

In September 2011, former Army Specialist Adam Meckler was arrested at the VFW in the District because he happened to have a few long-forgotten rounds of ordinary ammunition in his bag. The veteran of both the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq was jailed and later accepted a plea deal, which he now regrets.

In May, a new law was enacted in the District make the ammunitions restrictions more reasonable, but it did not go far enough.

According to the National Rifle Association, there are only two states, Illinois and Massachusetts, and three major cities, D.C., New York City and Chicago, that have general prohibitions on possession of ammunition without a license, even if the accused doesn’t have a gun.

There is no legitimate public safety reason for criminalizing ammunition possession. It only serves to punish law-abiding gun owners doing normal activities, such as what happened to Spc. Meckler.

An errand at VFW

Spc. Meckler was only 15 days out of active duty and still living at Fort Belvoir when he had to go into the District to turn in his medical records. On Sept. 18, he went to the VFW, which is located inside the Veterans Affairs D.C. regional office, four blocks from the White House. The Army medic carried these paper loosely and created a mess going through the scanner conveyer belt.
The next day, the Kentucky native had to return with more documents so he took his first-aid backpack to keep the papers from flying around again at security. He had used this same bag to do medical coverage at the shooting range for his job and when he shot recreationally. Spc. Meckler owned his military-issued sidearm, the Beretta M9 and a Springfield XDM, also in 9mm.He took the Metro into the city. At the entrance of the Eye Street building, he got in line to go through the magnetometers again. When it got to his turn, he put the backpack on the conveyer belt. Expecting to be waved through the checkpoint, he was shocked that the security guard held him in place.

Caught with 9mm rounds

The guard looking at the monitor screen had this crazy look on his face,” Spc. Meckler recalled, when I interviewed him recently. The head security guy walked over to look at the screen. Unbeknownst to Spc. Mecker, the guard saw some rounds of 9mm ammunition in the bag.

He yelled out, ‘Cuff him!’” A guard told Spc. Meckler to put his hands behind him, then slapped steel cuffs tightly on his wrists.

Instead of confiscating the ammo or taking him to Metropolitan Police Department headquarters for arrest, they created a huge, unnecessary scene in the federal government building.


“They yelled for the people in line behind me at security to back out of the building," said the combat vet. "As people were coming off the elevator, they were telling them to get back on. They shut down the lobby. It was like I had explosives or something in my bag.”

During this melee, Spc. Meckler had no idea what was happening. “I was thinking, what is in my bag? I thought, there is no way its a gun, all my guns are locked up. I’d made sure there were no knives in the bag.”

The guards told him that they found ammunition, but that did not surprise him. “I have plenty of bags with random ammo in them. It never crossed my mind to look for them before going into D.C.,” he explained. He

He was never been shown the illegal property. To this day, he’s not been told where in the bag they found the rounds or how many he had. A spokesman for the District’s Office of the Attorney General told me that they discovered 14 rounds of 9mm. In retrospect, he thinks the ammunition was thrown in the bag haphazardly after a recreational shoot. “I think the last time I went to the range to shoot, my father-in-law gave me some rounds. And I emptied a magazine and tossed them in the bag,” he said
‘Am I really goiSpc. Meckler apologized profusely to the guards and explained what he thought had happened. One of the guard at the VFW initially sounded reasonable. “He said, ‘This happened a couple of weeks ago with another soldier. We’ll get this straightened out.’” The soothing words were far from the mark.ng to be arrested for this?’

The security officer walked Spc. Meckler down the hall, with one guard in front and one behind. As people came out of their offices, they yelled for them to get back in and close the doors. “It was embarrassing. People looked at me like I was a terrorist,” the Army medic recalled.


As the veteran was being marched in restraints by armed guards, he thought back to his both his 15-month tour in Iraq and 15-month tour in Afghanistan. “I can’t tell you how many people we PUCed -- we put in flexi cuffs -- and took them out of the village because we found explosives on them, but not for having some rounds on them.”Spc. Meckler said his unit raided villages in Afghanistan and detained people with massive weapons caches that contained anti-aircraft rounds and piles of RPG rounds.

In Iraq, he went on “countless missions” to grab high-value targets and restrain them in a similar manner. Though Spc. Meckler tangled with terrorists on foreign soil, the worst he could have done with this ammunition in the capital was throw it and perhaps leave a red mark on a witness.

Inside the security office, Spc. Meckler was handed off to uniformed federal police officers from Veterans Affairs. “I was completely submissive. I didn’t want to be a problem,” the 9-year Army vet recalled.

The federal police officer asked Spc. Meckler if he knew that ammunition was illegal in the District. He said he did not. The officer replied that it was and began to read his Miranda Rights. Spc. Meckler said he interrupted to ask, “Am I really going to be arrested for this?’” The officer confirmed he was.


The D.C. attorney general’s spokesman, Ted Gest, told me that prosecution for unregistered ammunition is “common.”

Some cases are an added charge on top of unregistered firearms and others are for possessing restricted ammunition, such as hollow-point bullets. He said the maximum penalty for the charge is $1,000 fine and one year in jail.

Spc. Meckler kept trying to explain the simple misunderstanding, but the officers were not listening.

“I understand that it was my fault that the rounds were in the bag. I understand the lengths the security officers went to make sure that I was not a threat,” he said. “What I don’t understand is that, after everyone completely understood the situation that I had accidentally put myself into, I was still arrested.”

While waiting to be transferred to jail, he asked the officers to loosen his handcuffs, but they refused
. “I’m a big guy,” he said. “I’ve been in those flex cuffs before in training, but I’ve never been in those steel kind.” The handcuffs left marks on his wrists.



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~~Once again you prove your keyboards faster than your brain ~~ NOTE THE PART THAT SAYS JAILED ~~ :lol: :lol:
Washington, D.C.'s restrictive gun laws are being used to persecute soldiers. The pattern is disturbing, as what follows is the third case I’ve uncovered of a veteran being unfairly prosecuted under laws that should not be on the books.

In September 2011, former Army Specialist Adam Meckler was arrested at the VFW in the District because he happened to have a few long-forgotten rounds of ordinary ammunition in his bag. The veteran of both the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq was jailed and later accepted a plea deal, which he now regrets.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/guns/2012/jul/1/miller-dc-arrests-vet-arrested-unregistered-ammuni/#ixzz2IkpZbfoT
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This is from same The Washington Times article:


The federal officers drove Spc. Meckler to Metropolitan Police (MPD) headquarters, where he was put in jail. He was not given a phone call. The Kentucky native said he was actually happy to be put in the holding cell because that’s when they finally took the tight handcuffs off.

Spc. Meckler spent about two hours alone in that cell.

Finally, the police handed Spc. Meckler a paper with the charge of unregistered ammunition and a court date. They gave him back his bag and released him, so he was able to then use his cell phone to call his wife.





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Dancer wrote:
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~~Once again you prove your keyboards faster than your brain ~~ NOTE THE PART THAT SAYS JAILED ~~ :lol: :lol:
Washington, D.C.'s restrictive gun laws are being used to persecute soldiers. The pattern is disturbing, as what follows is the third case I’ve uncovered of a veteran being unfairly prosecuted under laws that should not be on the books.

In September 2011, former Army Specialist Adam Meckler was arrested at the VFW in the District because he happened to have a few long-forgotten rounds of ordinary ammunition in his bag. The veteran of both the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq was jailed and later accepted a plea deal, which he now regrets.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/blog/guns/2012/jul/1/miller-dc-arrests-vet-arrested-unregistered-ammuni/#ixzz2IkpZbfoT
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This is from same The Washington Times article:


[i]The federal officers drove Spc. Meckler to Metropolitan Police (MPD) headquarters, where he was put in jail. He was not given a phone call. The Kentucky native said he was actually happy to be put in the holding cell because that’s when they finally took the tight handcuffs off.

Spc. Meckler spent about two hours alone in that cell.

Finally, the police handed Spc. Meckler a paper with the charge of unregistered ammunition and a court date. They gave him back his bag and released him, so he was able to then use his cell phone to call his wife.



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Them being so GRACIOUS is really TOUCHING.

According to Newspolice this guy was jailed back in June 2012 and was still there according to a January 6 2013 post

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Them being so GRACIOUS is really TOUCHING.

According to Newspolice this guy was jailed back in June 2012 and was still there according to a January 6 2013 post

~~OK so my Jan 6 th post said he should be let out ,I screwed up there. BUT!! thats not the point of the whole post. The post was about WHY a liberal Media "journaliat?" can knowly break the laws and it ignored. He knew ,He was told, he was not arrested or praded thru a public place like a criminal, he spent ) hrs in a cell ,he paid not fines ,ETC. You know it and use the same tactit to derail and rant on the poster to take the intent away. typical attack the messanger progressive programing.

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]BUT!! thats not the point of the whole post[/b][/color]. The post was about WHY a liberal Media "journaliat?" can knowly break the laws and it ignored. He knew ,He was told, he was not arrested or praded thru a public place like a criminal, he spent ) hrs in a cell ,he paid not fines ,ETC. You know it and use the same tactit to derail and rant on the poster to take the intent away. typical attack the messanger progressive programing.

The Ole "Its not fair" speech

Like someone who gets pulled over for speeding and complaining to the cop that the guy beside me was speeding too

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