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ACLU of Louisiana's lawsuit over gun...

Discussion in 'The Bayou Club' started by Quiet, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Quiet

    Quiet Casino Goon

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  2. jb0009

    jb0009 Glock On

    If the guy wasn't a criminal, the ACLU wouldn't care whether or not he got his gun back.
     


  3. leVieux

    leVieux

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    Nov 8, 2008
    New Orleans, LA
    This is very incomplete and misleading.
    First, Leon Cannizzaro is a respected judge who voluntarily relinquished his judgeship so that we could have a D.A. that all local factions could trust. He is a "straight-arrow" as they come here in Chocolate City. White hat on white horse!
    Second, the perp was busted with a bunch of illegal controlled substances but couldn't be prosecuted because of a technicality.
    Third, the "policy" of not returning handguns was the NOPD, from a previous chief, and not from the D.A.
    Please, we have plenty, plenty BG's here and the D.A. isn't one of them.
    Our mayor is a notorious AH, who forcibly disarmed honest citizens during the post-Katrina floods and who has acted the fool ever since. Luckily, his term is about up.
    It is the mayor and the NOPD who need "correction", not our D.A.
    leVieux
    New Orleans, Occupied Louisiana