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    Hello,

    I called the Attorney GENERALS OFFICE to get someone to explain my right to open carry.( SINCE THE COPS, STATE AND LOCAL DON'T HAVE A CLUE) I was transferred to the person that knows this at the police officer commission. The whole time I am on the phone this telephone operator is listening to my message I am leaving for this guy. She had the balls to interupt my message to inform me that the Attorney General's office did not need me being sarcastic. I then asked her if it is customary for state workers to listen in on phone conversations. She told me she did. I have talked to the OHIO OIG and filed a complaint. My lawyer is next. As for my right to open carry I will when in Ohio and Newark every chance I get. THE STATE OF OHIO EMPLOYEE THAT SAID THIS PROBABLY CAN'T FIND A SNOWBALL IN A BLIZZARD. COMMAND SGT. MAJOR Smith USA.:what:

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    mikesmith wrote:
    I called the Attorney GENERALS OFFICE to get someone to explain my right to open carry.
    We can help. What questions do you have?

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    mikesmith wrote:
    Hello,

    I called the Attorney GENERALS OFFICE to get someone to explain my right to open carry.( SINCE THE COPS, STATE AND LOCAL DON'T HAVE A CLUE) I was transferred to the person that knows this at the police officer commission. The whole time I am on the phone this telephone operator is listening to my message I am leaving for this guy. She had the balls to interupt my message to inform me that the Attorney General's office did not need me being sarcastic. I then asked her if it is customary for state workers to listen in on phone conversations. She told me she did. I have talked to the OHIO OIG and filed a complaint. My lawyer is next. As for my right to open carry I will when in Ohio and Newark every chance I get. THE STATE OF OHIO EMPLOYEE THAT SAID THIS PROBABLY CAN'T FIND A SNOWBALL IN A BLIZZARD. COMMAND SGT. MAJOR Smith USA.:what:
    Try again, record her admitting it, then bring charges under state and federal wiretapping statues. She is intercepting communications; an operator transfers, but is not a party to the communication.

    Edit to add: Ohio is a one-party recording state, according to several sites.

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