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    I feel like there is more to this story than has been mentioned so far.

    What gave the officers PC to request the search to begin with?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand58742 View Post
    I feel like there is more to this story than has been mentioned so far.

    What gave the officers PC to request the search to begin with?
    Police do not need PC to request a search. Many a search have been requested based off little more than a hunch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand58742 View Post
    I feel like there is more to this story than has been mentioned so far.

    What gave the officers PC to request the search to begin with?
    You don’t need anything to ask for a consent search


    DC is a shitty fuvking place where liberty is concerned. Especially with respect to 2A issues. Hell you’ll get hooked up for unregistered ammo.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Grand58742 View Post
    I feel like there is more to this story than has been mentioned so far.

    What gave the officers PC to request the search to begin with?
    Probably that big NRA and Molan Labe stickers on the windows???

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    Quote Originally Posted by TAZ View Post
    Wonder what other items were found. Odd that they shut down nearby streets for a guy consenting to a search.

    DC regulations suck donkey balls. This is the same as taking a gun to NYC or other liberal crap hole and then being surprised that you get into trouble. It stinks, but reality does that at times. If you truly want/need to go there I’d advise going unarmed. Leave guns in gun friendly locales. Or don’t patronize places with your hard earned $$ that restrict your rights.
    This. Unfortunately a lot of places that my wife wants to visit have banned my law abiding ass from ever setting foot in their city/state. They ban me so I ban them. I'll keep spending my hard earned money in free states.

    The only way I'll ever be in New York, New Jersey, etc... is if I'm unconscious or dead. Unfortunately, I've been to DC and Baltimore quite a few times over the years taking my son to specialist doctors that aren't located in free states. When the guru who diagnoses your son's problem is at John Hopkins, you hold your nose, drive through the ghetto, and hope and pray it's not your day to be a victim. Under the terms of I know better than to carry there, and it wasn't worth the risk having a doctors trip ruined I left well enough at home.

    Anyone, especially someone from out of state that carries in DC or other restrictive areas is truly playing Russian roulette and asking for bad things to happen to them. Sometimes you just have to realize where you're at and use a bit of common sense. Sure odds are you could be left alone, but out of state tags are a magnet for attention even if you're only doing 5 miles over the speed limit or come to a rolling stop at the stop light, the list goes on...

    Don't get me wrong, I hope that the law abiding victim has his day in court. I would absolutely love to see his rights upheld by the courts, but sometimes I wonder if the headache involved would be worth it. I guess that's their end game to make standing up for your rights so hard that you just say 'EFF IT and give up. Sucks to be a law abiding American in certain locals these days. What's worse is this happens in the city that is supposed to uphold the Constitution and protect the rights of us freedom loving Americans.

    Of course we all know what the swamp is truly about, and it's a crying damn shame!
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    I don't have a lot of sympathy for this guy. Anyone with a modicum of brainpower who owns firearms/carries should know that you just shouldn't try and bring a gun into D.C., not to mention consenting to a search if you do. There is, literally, at least one cop on every corner from the Mall over to the Supreme Court - heck, 2/3 of the vehicles anywhere near the Capitol are Capitol Police. Don't go there or drive around it if you don't like the laws.

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