Friday, March 29, 2013

Sikh man cites religion in lawsuit against gun controls

A Sikh man is suing the state of California over its gun laws, arguing they violate his First Amendment rights to practice his religion by barring him from carrying the kind of weapons he says he needs for self-defense. Gursant Singh Khalsa, a practicing Sikh for 35 years, charges in the lawsuit filed this month that California’s laws banning military-style, semiautomatic weapons and high-capacity magazines violate mainstream Sikh doctinre requiring Sikhs “be at all time fully prepared to defend themselves and others against injustice.”

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

All part of the long term Libtard planning. Remove right of arms, and then they can dictate the rest; religion, marriage, media, search & seizure, property, etc.

Good on our friend, the Sikh. We may not believe anywhere near alike, but I think I could feel comfortable sitting to a meal together and discussing our points of view without hard feelings arising.

B Woodman