Thursday, March 12, 2015

ATF and DOJ punt on response in machine gun case

Attorneys for the Department of Justice and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives declined a federal judge’s order allowing them to file a response to the plaintiff’s sur-reply (an additional reply to a motion after it has been briefed) in the Case of Hollis v Eric Holder and B. Todd Jones.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

It might be dawning on the fools that the more they say, the more contrived and concocted their arguments get.

Interesting it is that juuuust as gubmint is losing second amendment cases all over the country, both originally and on appeals, all of a sudden they bust out "cop killing" as their justification and we juuuust happen to have cops being shot ( or shot at) all due to being ginned up on a false premise of racism by cops? Gee, it juuuust happens to fit together like a political puzzle eh?

Really it's just the same blood dance as always but what the grabbers are finally starting to get is the simple fact that SCOTUS admitting "individual" and "fundamental" mean their "reasonable" cough cough and "interest balancing" no longer work via political and media spin.

A point of interest - how can a state ban a entire class of arms in light of McDonald precedent that the Second is held as enforceable against the states? Hmmmm?