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    Okay you guys think we got it bad.... check this guy out...:what:

    Walking With Snake Lands Man in Jail

    MASTIC, N.Y. — A man was arrested Tuesday for walking on a highway with a 14-foot python wrapped around his body, police said.

    Police in Long Island's Suffolk County say 35-year-old Curtis Dewberry of Wading River was spotted by an officer for the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals while out strolling Tuesday afternoon. The officer called police because the python is considered a danger to the public.

    Dewberry has been charged with animal cruelty and failure to protect the public against dangerous wildlife. He was being held Tuesday and didn't have a lawyer.



    See you can't even open carry your snake anymore without getting hassled.. :P

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    How is that cruelty to the animal? Typical. They'll probably "destroy" the beast in their humanitarianinterest of saving it from walks on the beach.

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    Now see Leg... if he had a CCS permit (Carry a Concealed Snake) he could have concealed it and no one would be any wiser.. <G> Anyone recommend a good carry holster for a 14ft python...

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    Lthrnck wrote:
    Now see Leg... if he had a CCS permit (Carry a Concealed Snake) he could have concealed it and no one would be any wiser.. <G> Anyone recommend a good carry holster for a 14ft python...
    Trojan Magnum is the closest I can think of.

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    What else will they waste public money on prosecuting people? Kinda funny though.

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    I think we all need to get together, Open carry our firearms and take turns calling the local police to report " man with gun "...........Hit one of them city wide garage sale weekends and spread out.....:celebrate

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    Well Splat,

    I want to start doing something on a regular basis, starting right here in Englewood.

    They City's Law Director, told me in a letter she sent to my lawyer, now that the City has revised the law about firearms in the park, my case against them was "A MOOT POINT". I should just let it go, and I won't be able to further my "PERSONAL AGENDA"

    I think the City needs to know, that any time you violate one of your citizens Rights, it is never a MOOT POINT. Also that my personal agenda, happens to be the same for alot of other people.

    By the way, to everyone who reads this. The law in Englewood was for "NO GUNS" in the park. This was either concealed or openly. So this victory on getting the city to change was for both OC'ers and CC'cers.



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    Lthrnck wrote:

    MASTIC, N.Y. — A man was arrested Tuesday for walking on a highway with a 14-foot python wrapped around his body, police said.
    Wonder if he named his python "Colt" ?

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