Sunday, February 24, 2013

New York law...NBC David Gregory and a Veteran

Lets face it. New York has some pretty strange laws. Lately they have proven this. Back in 2011 New York decided smoking outside was illegal.
New York outdoor smoking ban begins
Then in 2012 they decided 'super-sized' sodas were to be banned as well.
New York bans super-sized sodas!

Well earlier in the year NBC host David Gregory produced a high-capacity ammunition magazine on his 'Meet the Press' news program. A felony!

From New York Post:

WASHINGTON — NBC journalist David Gregory won't face charges for displaying a high-capacity ammunition magazine on his "Meet the Press" news program last month, District of Columbia prosecutors announced Friday.

The city's Office of the Attorney General, which handles low-level crimes, said criminal charges wouldn't serve the public's best interests even though possession of the magazine — capable of holding up to 30 rounds of ammunition — was clearly against local gun laws.

Link to story: No felony charges for NBC David Gregory!

Shortly afterward a New York Army veteran was arrested for the very same crime! Only in this case the Army Veteran is facing  may be facing a 7 YEAR sentence in prison!! Quite different than NBC David Gregory! Why the hypocrisy? Is this where the 'elite' count and the 'ordinary folk' get the shaft??

New York Army Veteran Facing 7 Years in Prison over EMPTY ammo-magazines!

If David Gregory walked away from the same identical felony why should an Army Veteran be hung out to dry?? While life itself may not always be fair the law is meant to be fair. This in one case which the law has been 'bent' to suit the 'elite' and screw over those who put their lives on the line for our freedom. THAT is NOT fair! Time to make enough noise that the 'elite' pay attention. Hopefully the people of New York will rally together and fight for what is right!

God Bless America!



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