Thread: Can we be required to register?
Haynes v. United States, 390 US 85 - Supreme Court 1968
Suggests not .... but I think this would only apply to felons?
Last edited by davidmcbeth; 05-06-2013 at 04:18 PM.
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Well I recently filed a foia request asking for things like this:
Records relating to any assault weapons as defined by PA13-3, relevant section of the act attached to this request as Attachment 1 (several pages), that relate to assault weapons, as defined by PA 13-3, that a regular citizen would need to register with the state, per PA 13-3, by the end of this year, that the DESPP possesses.
DESPP comes back and says this would create a safety risk for them ....
The capitol police (via OLM) said same thing with a similar request ...
So its a 2-way street .... us giving them our information would create a safety risk for us
Therefore, the registration requirement IS an infringement on our 2nd amendment rights (should we have to risk death just to keep and bear arms??? uh, no).
I issued my own declaration to DESPP and told them that I cannot tell them yes or no about items listed in PA13-3 because it would create a safety risk for me (and then copied them several DESPP findings to that affect and the recent OLM finding of the disclosure of this information being a safety risk...