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Old October 17, 2010, 09:13 PM   #2
Aguila Blanca
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This is essentially a slightly more ridiculous example of the same thing that happened to a lot of people who pled guilty to misdemeanor charges of domestic violence and paid a fine to "resolve" a situation, and were subsequently made into "prohibited persons" by the Lauter amendment, which made conviction of misdemeanor domestic violence a disqualifying crime.

Ex post facto, baby. Ya gotta love it.
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