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    Uniformed LEO denied right to vote for OCing on duty


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    I wonder if he would of had to turn over his backup weapon as well.

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    Editorial from Bangor Daily News about this incident. Not bad until he gets to the final paragraph.

    http://www.bangordailynews.com/story...17?ref=related


    Check out this poll in the story.

    http://www.bangordailynews.com/story...un-flap,157664
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    Quote Originally Posted by gutshot View Post
    Editorial from Bangor Daily News about this incident. Not bad until he gets to the final paragraph.
    Very incongruous. Almost reads like it was tacked on by a sloppy editor after the story was filed. The actions of the warden are dumb beyond belief. There was another officer on duty there, but this one couldn't wear his duty weapon....why? And did he need to hand over anything else on his belt?
    Last edited by mahkagari; 11-02-2010 at 11:58 AM.

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    I rarely call anyone an idiot, and never without grave and highly substantiated reason.

    Warden Wayne Mallar is an idiot.

    If you call me on my statement, I'll offer you 10 detailed clarifications, all of which are centered upon our U.S. Constitution and the laws comprising the outgrowth thereof.

    Regardless, for now, he's simply an idiot.
    Haven't been a member of the NRA since 1991. Get a clue.

    "One of the best things about our Republic is that we're as free to have our own opinions as we are from having the opinions of others forced upon us."

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    An update to the linked article indicates that the warden was fired and the officer will get an apology and another opportunity to vote.

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