They just can't help themselves.
From their Facebook page (emphasis mine):
Burgess was actually being modest about Wisconsin Carry's contributions to The Badger State. He didn't even mention the "Madison 5," those legendary patriots who ventured into a Culver's restaurant while openly carrying loaded handguns on September 18, 2010 (http://thetruthaboutguns.com/2010/09/robert-farago/wisconsin-carry-files-federal-lawsuit-v-madison-and-madison-police-chief/). When a 62-year-old woman in the restaurant panicked and called 911, the Madison 5 were arrested by Madison police officers and charged with disorderly conduct.Hmm . . . "panicked and called"?
Not so much. Let's read some of the transcript of that 911 call:
The caller, Ms. Phyllis Micke, emphasized to the 911 dispatcher that the guns were in holsters, and that “there’s no problem” . . . [the men are] “just sitting there extremely relaxed.”And lest "gun control" apologists note that the above quotes of the 911 call transcript were provided by a gun rights activist, and thus perhaps suspect in the minds of forcible citizen disarmament advocates, there is also an audio recording of the call available.
After the dispatcher explained that open carry was legal unless they are threatening or disturbing people, Micke declared that
“there’s no problem and it’s no emergency . . .I feel bad then, if they’re not doing anything wrong then it’s my mistake.”
Keep those lies coming, CSGV--keep digging that hole.