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Court Rules Walmart Shareholders Cannot Infringe on Customers’s 2nd Amendment Rights


Regular Member
Aug 26, 2008
Shreveport, LA
After less than a year under appeal, the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit released its opinion in Trinity Wall Street v. Walmart Stores, Inc., explaining that Walmart cannot be forced to allow shareholders to infringe on customers’s 2nd Amendment rights. The path to this judgement began in April 2014, when NYC’s Trinity Church sued Walmart to force the retailer to allow shareholders “to vote on the ‘sale of high capacity guns’–i.e., guns which take ‘high capacity’ magazines–as well as ‘other potentially offensive products.'”
- See more at: http://constitutionalrightspac.com/...s-s-2nd-amendment-rights#sthash.6zp61H0f.dpuf

Baked on Grease

Regular Member
Jul 4, 2011
Sterling, Va.
United States Third Circuit

Trinity Wall Street v. WalMart Stores Inc.
Decided: July 6, 2015

Except for the pervasive and continual misuse of the term 'Assault Rifle' when in fact no actual assault rifles were present or part the debate... it was a decent read.

Would have been funny if the Judges response was short and sweet... "After review of Wal Mart sales history, Wal Mart does not, nor has ever, sold any Assault Rifle as defined by (law). Plaintiffs argument that Wal Mart should be forced to stop selling something it is not selling is moot. Case Dismissed."
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