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Old February 12, 2013, 05:32 PM   #37
sigcurious
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but I know here, failure to identify yourself will get you legally arrested, where they will sort out your identity. If they are lawful orders, they are lawful orders, and you will be arrested if you violate them.
I think Brown v. Texas would disagree with your analysis as applied to legal OC or any legal activity.

Although I think the point is moot as far as Texas is concerned, as OC is not legal there correct?
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