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Thread: David Gregory's arrest affidavit for possession of high-capacity magazine and why no

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    David Gregory's arrest affidavit for possession of high-capacity magazine and why no

    no warrant was issued.

    This is likely the final chapter in the saga of our two-year long fight to obtain important documents regarding the non-prosecution of David Gregory for possessing on Meet the Press an illegal high-capacity ammunition magazine.

    The short version is that the D.C. Metropolitan Police Department warned NBC News that it could not possess an actual high-capacity magazine, but NBC News went ahead and did it anyway. The MPD recommended a warrant for Gregory’s arrest, but that request was nixed by the D.C. Attorney General Irvin Nathan because — my paraphrase — Gregory was just too nice a guy and had no other criminal intent.

    The full (but redacted) affidavit is there.

    So it seems if you have no other criminal intent but to break the law you are OK in DC so long as you are a big-name TV [expletive]che.

    What about the several tourists that stopped off to see our nation's Capitol and got busted for ammo in their vehicle? How did someone figure out that they had some other criminal intent?

    Or the guy who got busted for fired shot shells in his apartment?

    Or... Or ... Oh, just go ahead and fill in the blanks yourself.

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    who would find anyone guilty of any of these bogus crimes? Only commies.

    The only crime I see here is the lack of providing the public public records; they should be shot for that.
    Last edited by davidmcbeth; 01-23-2015 at 05:25 AM.

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