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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Senate version of Missouri 2nd Amnd. Preservation Act amended into step backward

In other words, there is a very real possibility that in the end, the only part of the law left standing will be the part imposing the risk of criminal penalties on the victims of theft, and keep in mind that one segment of the population will be immune to this law, because in Haynes v. United States, the Supreme Court found that the Fifth Amendment's protection from any requirement to incriminate oneself means that a convicted felon, or anyone else prohibited by law from possessing firearms, cannot be punished for failing to tell the police about any guns he had possessed. The law, then, would not only target crime victims, it would exempt those crime victims who are felons.

Missourians must ask themselves, is this progress? [More]

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