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Arrest of Open Carry Doctor is Suppression of First and Second Amendment Rights


Jul 11, 2008
Yuma, Arizona, USA
A second amendment activist, a well respected research doctor in Phoenix, was arrested on a charge of "Disorderly Conduct", based on an alleged momentary muzzle sweep of two women in a restaurant. The problem for the prosecutor is that the disorderly conduct charge requires intent or knowledge. If the muzzle sweep occurred as the police alledge, it was momentary and accidental. Kind of hard to get to intentional or knowing from there.

In the meantime, the anti-constitutionalists have smeared this allegation across the county.



Regular Member
Oct 15, 2012
Secret Bunker
Sadly, he is charged with two FELONY counts. Hopefully this doesn't go to trial. If it does though, I don't know how well he fair in our "injustice" system?