Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Delaware River felony trap

I have written over at Examiner about the trials of Brian Aitken and Shaneen Allen. They felt the full impact of New Jersey's despotic unconstitutional gun laws.



Friend, do not take you guns to Jersey. Only go there if absolutely necessary.

If you are on a jetliner that gets diverted into Newark, and you have a handgun in your luggage, your really need to do this:

If you come into possession of you luggage, do not, under any circumstances, try to check it and continue your flight.

Rent a car and drive to Philly. Resume your air travel there.

This may cause you to miss an important meeting,


but its better than spending 40 days in the New Jersey's Gray-bar Hotel.

Thanks to Evan Nappen for posting this video on Facebook.

1 comment:

  1. The best course of action if you find yourself grounded in NJ or NY or any location that has strict firearm possession laws is to NOT take your firearm or the luggage containing it, into your possession.

    Suppose you get diverted to a location where your possession would be illegal and make you a felon, and airline officials direct you to get your luggage and then re-check it on your later flight, REFUSE to claim your bag and insist that they through check it directly to your next flight. That is the usual procedure if you are connecting to another flight as part of your routing and should be easily done. Insisting that the luggage be through checked might cause a stir but it should keep you out of jail. Best you not schedule any connections in gun hating states.

    Stay safe.
    Bob Culver -www.MCSM.org

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