you really cant successfully parse the BoR 's if youre an Originalist. It is what it says.
STop trying to sound like you know whats on the USSC's "majority" mind.
Remember, both Scalia and Alito say (wrt Heller) that there exist reasonable and constitutional "Controls" available to Congress other than the regs enacted in Heller.
Joey Meek cried as his sentence was read in court.
A friend of the Charleston gunman who killed nine worshippers at an African-American church has been jailed for lying to police about the tragedy.
Before his sentencing, 22-year-old Joey Meek tearfully told the court he was not sure if he would survive in prison.
"I'm really, really sorry. A lot of beautiful lives were taken," he told bereaved relatives gathered in court.
His friend, Dylan Roof,f killed nine worshippers during a Bible study in a church in South Carolina.
Meek pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and failure to report a crime.
"I don't know if I'll make it out of prison alive. I'm scared," he added before the federal judge handed down his sentence of more than two years.
Prosecutors said that white supremacist Roof had told Meek about the plot a week before the attack.
Two years is pretty lenient.
Your understanding needs a mis before it.
A COUPLE have been jailed on terrorism offences after a man attempted to follow in his brother-in-law’s footsteps by travelling to Syria to join ISIS.
Ijaz Khan, 29, was arrested at Manchester Airport after information was received he was preparing to fly to Syria via Athens.
Leeds Crown Court heard his wife Afsheen Khan, 28, provided money for him to buy the ticket and £1,000 in cash.
Her brother Rohan Malik had joined ISIS aged 17 without telling his family. In December 2014 they heard he had been killed in a coalition airstrike aged just 18.
The court heard Ijaz Khan then decided “to replace him on the battlefield”.
Prosecutor Jonathan Sandiford said he “became radicalised” because of the youngster and planned to fly to Syria on February 1, 2015.
Video found on his phone showed him expressing his farewell and his belief he would become a martyr himself.
Imran Shaffi, defending, said Ijaz Khan previously had a “western” outlook – but contact with his brother-in-law led him to change his views.
Mr Shaffi told the court on Friday: “In the grip of his grief the defendant resolved at the end of 2014 to travel to Syria himself.
“He was in an emotionally disturbed state and could no longer tell what was right or wrong.”
Ijaz Khan, of Bradford, admitted preparation for terrorism acts and was jailed for five years.
Meanwhile his wife Afhseen, who gave birth to their child in HMP New Hall in Wakefield, admitted aiding and abetting the offence was jailed for 35 months.
One of the good things about being an Originalist is that you aren't trying to parse anything to begin with
You said that with a strait face???
DO you even pay attention to what you rote just few lines before???
seems like the board hs a hir trigger this AM. I tried to delete all but one but no deal.
SO lets just look at it as the repeat of sage observation of a misguided individual whose only focus in life is playing with his gun
You said that with a strait face??? DO you even pay attention to what you rote just few lines before???