Joe Dees wrote:
> >Date: Wed, 15 Aug 2001 08:14:39 -0700
> > "Michael M. Butler" <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org Re: MEDIA/POLITICS/GUNS "The changing politics of Guns"Reply-To: email@example.com
> >Mike Lorrey wrote:
> >> He was arresting her.
> >Bear in mind that, for instance, "displaying a gun in a threatening or rude manner, except in self defense", is unlawful
> >in California. Cops get to do things mere mortals don't. Arrest at gunpoint of an unarmed person, even by a witness to a
> >felony, is a tricky area in many places.
> >Just FYI.
> That's right; and there was no felony here, except the one committed by the gun-waving loonie. He could even be convicted of kidnapping for holding her at gunpoint.
Emerson has, in the course of his work as a doctor, performed abortions
on occasion. Therefore, the interference of his separated wife in his
place of business is a federal felony.
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