I came across the above article today. An interesting case, a sheriff denies a citizen the right to carry a weapon because of what that citizen has said and believes. The case is more of a First Amendment one than a Second Amendment one but sets a good precedent regardless. A bit sad that it took so long for the case to run it's course.
What a heartwarming story!
While this is basically the judicial equivalent of a "bitch-slap" to the tyrannical sheriff, it really should be a requirement for all prospective peace officers prior to employment."Bennett also ordered Weber to take a college-level course on the U.S. Constitution."