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"A New Jersey man gets seven years for being a responsible gun owner."


Regular Member
Oct 5, 2006
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I, too, will be e-mailing the Governor (I am a NJ Citizen.)

The police in New Jersey will set you up with a baggie or something. I met an Ex NJ cop in Vermont who laughed about all the people NJ Police "set up" if they don't like them!


Well-known member
Jan 6, 2010
Fairborn, Ohio, USA
I notice the lawyer mentioned in connection to this case is the same lawyer on speakerphone during the DYFS and police attempted raid due to a FB photo.

Good on Evan Nappen!

Not a NJian, but I'd put that guy on retainer and speed-dial if I were!

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Regular Member
Jun 15, 2013
North Dakota
This thread was kind of near of top of the first page of the NJ forum, but I see it's not too recent and conviction was overturned, per Grape's post.

However, I think this is the scariest part of the article, scary relative to how easily 2A is infringed and denied: "Yet Judge Morley wouldn't allow Aitken to claim the exemption for transporting guns between residences. He wouldn't even let the jury know about it."

Glad it had a good ending.