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Old January 24, 2012, 06:38 PM   #51
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For those claiming NYC enforces across the board, and who I'm surprised don't know better (PK? Come on, man, you're usually a fount of good info...), here's the recent case to which I was referring:

From that article:

Mark Meckler, a high-profile Tea Party activist and founder, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct after trying to take his semi-automatic gun onto a flight at La Guardia Airport.
Quite the plea deal he was offered by NYC.

Meckler was fined $250 and given a one-year conditional discharge, meaning the case will be dismissed as long as the Tea Party leader says out of trouble for a year. Authorities also confiscated his weapon.
So, if you are all correct about uniform enforcement, can we expect the TN doctor and the ex-Marine to also get $250, confiscation, and no criminal record?

If not, sorry, but you are all wrong.

Meanwhile, Meckler's post plea-deal comment:

In a blog post on, Meckler wrote, "much to my surprise, in New York City, it is considered "disorderly conduct" to exercise your constitutionally guaranteed, Second Amendment rights."
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