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    I just got this distirbing email.

    Does this meanyou also can't refuse a vehicle search?



    OFF ALERT 12.14.08


    IMPORTANT, PLEASE SHARE WITH GUN OWNING FRIENDS AND FORUMS.




    OREGON APPEALS COURT RULES YOUR CAR IS A "PUBLIC PLACE."


    OPEN CARRY IN A VEHICLE NOW SUBJECT TO LOCAL WHIMS. GUN OWNERS AT RISK AS THEY TRAVEL THROUGH OREGON.






    MORE INFO:


    http://oregonfirearms.org/alertspage...8%20alert.html


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    Now that Obama has been elected all kinds of liberal judges will press our rights. I for one will STILL consider my car asPRIVATE not public.

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    From OFF:

    If your car is now considered a "public place" will a law enforcement officer need a warrant to search it?

    This is foremost in my mind. So if I am stopped and I refuse a search.. does this give LE a foothold?

    J

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    Did we need a second thread on this?


    Just a couple down: http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum45/19551.html


    -adamsesq


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    Now anyone can use your car without asking? Like a public drinking fountain? Do you not have the right to defend your "public place" (vehicle) or your family member inside it? What BS! Oregon, so safe it's dangerous.

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    Please see the other thread where this has been discussed: http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum45/19551.html

    The court NEVER ruled that your car is a public place. Kevin, if you read this, will you PLEASE go back and edit your "announcement" to more accurately reflect the ruling.

    -adamsesq

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