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    Constitutional Sheriffs: The Cops Who Think the Government Is Our 'Greatest Threat' - NBC News
    Sheriff Nick Finch let a pistol-packing man out of the Liberty County, Florida, jail, a decision that led state authorities to charge Finch with a crime — but also made him a hero to a radical and growing movement among sheriffs across the country.
    It's a movement that doesn't just reject gun control — it encourages law enforcement officers to defy laws they decide are illegal. And it sometimes puts police on the same side as "sovereign citizens," a fringe group that the FBI considers one of the most serious domestic terrorism threats.

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    Default Re: Constitutional Sheriffs: The Cops Who Think the Government Is Our 'Greatest Threa

    Albert Einstein > Quotes > Quotable Quote

    “The strength of the Constitution lies entirely in the determination of each citizen to defend it. Only if every single citizen feels duty bound to do his share in this defense are the constitutional rights secure.”





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    Three year old story. You break the law, then you suffer the consequences.

    So, driving while intoxicated (DUI) in Florida isn't a crime. Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in Florida isn't a crime. And destroying evidence of a crime in Florida, isn't a crime. At least it's not if you're Liberty County, Florida Sheriff Nick Finch — who is accused of illegally acting on behalf of Floyd Parrish, an intoxicated driver, arrested on a concealed weapons charge.

    Finch was arrested after it came to light that he helped Floyd Parrish, who had been pulled over on suspicion of drunk driving and was found to be carrying a concealed weapon without a permit. According to the arrest warrant, Sheriff Finch took the arrest file from Sgt. Lisa Smith, freed Parrish, and told Sgt. Smith not to file any charges.

    What seems to be lost in whether or not this is a 2nd amendment issue at all is that Floyd Parrish was stopped for being intoxicated, crime one. Second: illegal gun possession. So as it turns out he was loaded in more ways than one.

    The third crime here was the cover-up -- the destruction of police booking documents and evidence of the crime. And that's perhaps the most shocking. That's on Sheriff Finch.
    Sheriff Let's Drunk Driving, Pistol Packing Man Go - Florida Justice Again - The Political Carnival

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    Three year old story. You break the law, then you suffer the consequences.


    So, driving while intoxicated (DUI) in Florida isn't a crime. Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in Florida isn't a crime.


    Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in Florida isn't a crime.
    Carrying concealed without permit is certainly a crime in FL


    You break the law, then you suffer the consequences.
    Hilary says people with guns are the terrorist along with gun manufactures and bullet manufactures. She is in violation of the constitution.

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    Default Re: Constitutional Sheriffs: The Cops Who Think the Government Is Our 'Greatest Threa

    During Finch's boisterous trial in October 2013, he was joined in the Liberty County courtroom by Mack, several other Florida sheriffs, and dozens of new supporters. The judge had to admonish the crowd not to laugh as the state presented its case against Finch, and in the end, the jury acquitted him of misconduct and falsification of records. He was reinstated as sheriff, and later granted back pay as well as attorney's fees of more than $160,000. Finch, 53, remains the sheriff of Liberty County.
    He was acquitted, that is found not guilty by the people and that is all you need to know.
    The articles you post are people who don't like the 2nd amendment and wish to posts their view on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strapdrager View Post
    He was acquitted, that is found not guilty by the people and that is all you need to know.
    The articles you post are people who don't like the 2nd amendment and wish to posts their view on it.
    Plenty of people are found not guilty of crimes every day. Doesn't make it right.
    He broke the law and you know it.
    End of your old stupid story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strapdrager View Post
    Three year old story. You break the law, then you suffer the consequences.


    So, driving while intoxicated (DUI) in Florida isn't a crime. Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in Florida isn't a crime.


    Carrying a concealed weapon without a permit in Florida isn't a crime.
    Carrying concealed without permit is certainly a crime in FL


    You break the law, then you suffer the consequences.
    Hilary says people with guns are the terrorist along with gun manufactures and bullet manufactures. She is in violation of the constitution.
    Still having issues navigating the quotes and links.
    Maybe you should ask your grand children.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fxstc07 View Post
    Plenty of people are found not guilty of crimes every day. Doesn't make it right.
    He broke the law and you know it.
    End of your old stupid story.
    The law is the Constitution and elected officials have no power or authority but only what we the people give.
    hmm give it a read they are not dictators







    We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
    John Adams (The Works of John Adams, ed. C. F. Adams, Boston: Little, Brown Co., 1851, 4:31)

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    So a drunk driver, carrying a concealed weapon without a permit, is let out of jail by a corrupt sheriff, and then the whole arrest is covered up. And no law is broken ?
    Only in your weak distorted mind.

    If anyone cares to read about this Sheriff, here is who and why of his and strappy's thought process.
    Sheriff Nick Finch let a pistol-packing man out of the Liberty County, Florida, jail, a decision that led state authorities to charge Finch with a crime — but also made him a hero to a radical and growing movement among sheriffs across the country.
    It's a movement that doesn't just reject gun control — it encourages law enforcement officers to defy laws they decide are illegal. And it sometimes puts police on the same side as "sovereign citizens," a fringe group that the FBI considers one of the most serious domestic terrorism threats.
    ( remember that name ... sovereign citizens )
    On a chilly morning last October, roughly 60 people — mostly older white men — sat at long plastic tables beneath the fluorescent lights of an auditorium in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to attend a "Tribute to Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers."

    At the meeting, four or five political groups — the local chapters of the Tea Party, Freedom Works, United Conservatives Fund — laid out their literature, candy, and swag on folding tables at the back of the room. The speakers included two local police officers, the president of Mississippi's Gulf Coast Rangers citizen militia, a veteran who tracks gun laws in Mississippi, an investigator for the state's attorney general, and finally, the star attraction: Sheriff Richard Mack. But only one Mississippi county sheriff showed up: Billy McGee, from the surrounding Forrest County.
    Read this last paragraph carefully ... and understand this is where strappy's mind is.
    Contemporary "sovereign citizens," who generally reject federal authorities, are inspired partly by Gale's rhetoric and partly by past bloody clashes between federal officials and citizens charged with illegal gun sales and ownership. Terry Nichols, who is now in prison for planning the Oklahoma City federal center bombing that killed 168 people 21 years ago this week, is a member of the sovereign citizen movement, according to the FBI.
    Constitutional Sheriffs: The Cops Who Think the Government Is Our 'Greatest Threat' - NBC News
    Last edited by fxstc07; 04-19-2016 at 03:54 PM.

 

 

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