Two innocuous social media posts shared by a Broward County, Florida gun owner were enough to lead authorities to temporarily confiscate his firearms, according to the mans attorney.
Kendra Parris told Reason her client posted a photo of an AR-15 rifle hed built, along with a comment, Its done. Hooray.
He also criticized teen gun control activists, claiming they were infringing on peoples Second Amendment rights, in another online comment.
Authorities obtained a temporary gun confiscation order based on the two posts. However, Parris said she was able to convince the city to drop its petition for a final order.
Thats any one of us that have ever posted a pic of a gun and criticized the antis
Edited by steveTA84, 18 October 2019 - 05:29 PM.