It is really interesting stuff when you try to figure out the thought process of someone like Chisolm. The must truly be wored different then people that value their rights.
I found this snippet especially bothersome:
Chisholm: The [DA’s] office made the improvident decision to prosecute a gentleman named [Munir] Hamdan back in 1999, before I took over as team captain of the gun unit. Hamdan was a store owner who had a gun underneath his store counter, and when the officer went [into his store] and found the gun, he brought him in to prosecute for CCW.
That implicated the Wisconsin right to keep and bear arms amendment. In the Supreme Court decision, the court upheld the constitutionality of the CCW statute, but barely so. What [the court] basically said was [that the Legislature] needs to start looking very closely at this law and figure out what [it is] going to do with this in the future. But what we’ve done is nothing. So we’ve been living on borrowed time. And that time is up now.
There is an interesting story in the Virginia thread involving the infamous "Danbus"Other's have said it, I'll say it again. Never ever ever ever talk to the police.
The guy was working as a security guard at a store, he had an incident with a customer, he had the customer removed from the store by the police, and later on the police showed up with an arrest warrant for Danbus, theycharged him, and the courts found him guilty by use of his own admissions.
I side with the courts on his conviction, but this is a great case where the persons own admissions were the onlypeice of evidenceneeded to arrest and charge this guy that thought he was well within the law with his actions.
Story can be found here; http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum54/34418.html
He is looking at a being incarcerated for up to one year.