We are already having our First Amendment rights violated.
'Law & Order' crew member fatally shot in Brooklyn, suspect still at-large
A 31-year-old man who was working for the production crew of the NBC show "Law & Order: Organized Crime"
was shot and killed as he saved parking spots early Tuesday morning, New York City police said.
The victim was later identified as 31-year-old Johnny Pizarro of Queens, according to an NYPD press release.
Pizarro, who was contracted to do parking enforcement for the production company, was sitting in a car on
North Henry Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn when an unknown assailant allegedly opened the vehicle's door
and fired a weapon, hitting his neck and head at about 5:15 a.m. local time, according to NYPD Spokesperson
Det. Sophia Mason.
The assailant ran off while emergency responders rushed the victim to a nearby hospital, where he could not
be saved, Mason said.
Investigators are now searching for the gunman and a motive, even canvassing surveillance footage in the area,
Newsom signs CA gun bill modeled after TX abortion law
California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday signed a bill into law that allows private citizens
to bring civil action against anyone who manufactures, distributes, transports or imports
assault weapons or ghost guns, which are banned in the state.
California Senate Bill 1327 is modeled after a Texas law that allows private citizens to bring
civil litigation against abortion providers or anyone who assists a pregnant person in obtaining
an abortion after as early as six weeks of pregnancy. The US Supreme Court in December
allowed Texas' six-week abortion ban to remain in effect, which prompted Newsom, who has
been supportive of abortion rights and pro-gun control, to say he was "outraged" by the court's
decision and direct his staff to draft a similar bill to regulate guns.
Under the California law, a person would also be able to sue a licensed firearms dealer who
"sells, supplies, delivers, or gives possession or control of a firearm" to anyone under 21 years
old. It allows citizens to sue for a minimum of $10,000 on each weapon involved, as well as
Newsom, a Democrat, on Friday acknowledged that the law would likely be challenged in court.
you're still here taking your usual nonsense.
The cabal of people that still post here have driven away any that would care to answer you.
Quote:The cabal of people that still post here have driven away any that would care to answer you.
So much for the self-styled "armed resistance" – these are the people claiming to be "protecting our freedom" and they can't even hold up their side in an online discussion.