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GunSenseUS Threatening PA Sheriffs if They Don’t Disclose Confidential License to Carry Firearms Applicant Information

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TFred, could please point to the paragraph in the letter that threaten Sheriffs to disclose confidential license information.
Your post is unintelligible, I can only guess at what you are intending to ask. The answer to the question I am assuming you are asking is yes, I could, but I choose not to. I posted an article of interest to the readers in Pennsylvania, using the title that was provided with the article.

If you don't believe the title correctly reflects the content of the article, or that the article accurately describes the letter that was sent to the Sheriffs, then make your point and see if anyone cares to discuss it with you. I don't have time to play silly games.

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Your post is unintelligible, I can only guess at what you are intending to ask. The answer to the question I am assuming you are asking is yes, I could, but I choose not to. I posted an article of interest to the readers in Pennsylvania, using the title that was provided with the article.

If you don't believe the title correctly reflects the content of the article, or that the article accurately describes the letter that was sent to the Sheriffs, then make your point and see if anyone cares to discuss it with you. I don't have time to play silly games.

TFred
TFred, could please point to the paragraph in the letter that threaten Sheriffs to disclose confidential license information.
Doesn’t CoL...their letter specifically mentions the mandate of the carry application for the applicant to list two references, the letter requests a “pledge” that granting authorities do a thorough review of the applicant’s two reference!

additionally, the prince law blurb leaves salient phrases out of the quoted PA statutes, e.g. 6111(g)(3.1)
princelaw’s quote:
Any person… who knowingly....
unquote
(3.1) actual statute quote:
(3.1) Any person, licensed dealer, licensed manufacturer or licensed importer who knowingly and intentionally obtains or furnishes information collected or maintained pursuant to section 6109 for any purpose other than compliance with this chapter or who knowingly or intentionally disseminates, publishes or otherwise makes available such information to any person other than the subject of the information commits a felony of the third degree.

oh btw, for those who care, princelaw is quoting from 6111, titled

Pennsylvania Statutes Title 18 Pa.C.S.A. Crimes and Offenses § 6111. Sale or transfer of firearms


doesn’t have a blood thing to do with application for carry privilege...

there’s the point TFred...princelaw’s flag waving is BS...
 

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WOW, TFred, you have been around here almost as long as I have been and you decide to pick a fight with me. My question to you is why did you decide it was a good idea to bring a knife to a gun fight? Are you related to Adam Schiff by any chance?

Your attempt to impart valuable information about an anti-gun group fell well short of your goal. What information you did supply is an excellent example of how dishonest attorneys are.

You bought a pig in a poke. You, like the dirty attorney, make a claim that somthing exists but refuses to produce or point to the very thing you claim exists, sad.

All the letter requested was for the sheriff to go on the record and pledge they would perform a background check and if they didn't GunSenseUS would tell the world about the bad sheriff not kissing their a$$.

And, you could not ascertain that, oh my.
 

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WOW, TFred, you have been around here almost as long as I have been and you decide to pick a fight with me. My question to you is why did you decide it was a good idea to bring a knife to a gun fight? Are you related to Adam Schiff by any chance?

Your attempt to impart valuable information about an anti-gun group fell well short of your goal. What information you did supply is an excellent example of how dishonest attorneys are.

You bought a pig in a poke. You, like the dirty attorney, make a claim that somthing exists but refuses to produce or point to the very thing you claim exists, sad.

All the letter requested was for the sheriff to go on the record and pledge they would perform a background check and if they didn't GunSenseUS would tell the world about the bad sheriff not kissing their a$$.

And, you could not ascertain that, oh my.
And you completely miss the point of my reply. No sir, it is YOU who tried to pick the fight with ME. Clearly you had issues with the article, so why did you choose the snarky path with the unintelligible "TFred, could please point to the paragraph in the letter that threaten Sheriffs to disclose confidential license information."?

You don't agree with the article. I don't take a stand one way or the other. Maybe your assertion is true, at this point I don't even care. I saw an article that appeared to be of interest to this sub-forum. Why didn't you post the analysis you provided in your last message to start with, rather than mumbling something back to me?

TFred
 

color of law

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Well, it has now become clear that you were quoting the article and not you making a statement. If you had used quote marks around the statement then it would not have been misunderstood. Please use the quote function on the tool bar under insert. Example:
And there is the link and part of the quote you attempted to convey.

No wonder you didn't understand my statement, you didn't read the article.

Personally, I don't think it is wise to post an article you didn't read.
 

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Well, it has now become clear that you were quoting the article and not you making a statement. If you had used quote marks around the statement then it would not have been misunderstood. Please use the quote function on the tool bar under insert. Example:

And there is the link and part of the quote you attempted to convey.

No wonder you didn't understand my statement, you didn't read the article.

Personally, I don't think it is wise to post an article you didn't read.
Thanks for the lecture on forum posting. I'll give it all the consideration it's due.

TFred
 
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