Felons Can’t Have Firearms

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Aren’t gun laws funny? The bad guys who were being monitored by GPS, break into a felon’s home. The felon shoots them, and he gets arrested. How is a man supposed to defend his home? Where would he be if he had not had a gun? Unconstitutional gun laws need to go. If a man is not dangerous enough to be in jail, his constitutional rights should be restored.

Man who shot intruders charged with gun possession by a felon

A Fayetteville man who police said shot two intruders inside his home Friday was later charged after investigators said he wasn’t allowed to have the handgun.

Fayetteville police said Harold Williams, 42, grabbed a firearm after Roy Lee Hawk, 27, and Martize Douglas, 23, forced their way into Williams’ home in the 500 block of Mayview Street about 5:15p.m. Mayview Street is between Southern Avenue and Camden Road in the Massey Hill community.

Hawk was found injured at the scene, police said. He was in critical condition Saturday at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center.

Douglas fled from the residence, according to police, but went to the hospital two hours after the shooting. On Saturday, he was listed in serious condition.

Williams was charged with possession of a firearm by a felon. He was not in Cumberland County Detention Center on Saturday.

Hawk and Douglas were charged with common law robbery, breaking and entering, and conspiracy.

Police said the two were being monitored by a global positioning system through the N.C. Post-Release Supervision and Parole Commission.

Their addresses were not immediately available.

The home invasion did not appear to be random, the Police Department said in a news release, but no further details were available.

Hawk and Douglas will be taken to Cumberland County jail when they are released from the hospital.

Staff writer Nathan Hardin can be reached at hardinn@fayobserver.com or 486-3509.

Source: http://www.fayobserver.com/news/crime_courts/man-who-shot-intruders-charged-with-gun-possession-by-a/article_47e1c28e-5dc8-5ec7-b55b-944a3c66acb5.html

3 Responses to Felons Can’t Have Firearms

  1. This man need to file a CIVIL RIGHTS LAWSUIT against the arresting officer, department, Sheriff/PC, County/City, State, Federal Government for KNOWING VIOLATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS UNDER COLOR OF LAW.

    The RKBAs has been acknowledged as a fundamental, individual, INCORPORATED CIVIL RIGHT and that CHANGED EVERYTHING!

    Every previous court “opinion” is now subject to STRICT SCRUTINY.

    “UNALIENABLE” CIVIL RIGHTS CANNOT LEGITIMATELY BE TAKEN FROM ANY INDIVIDUAL especially once their debt to society has been paid.

    • Code References:

      18 USC Sections 3, 4, 241, 242
      42 USC Sections 1983, 1985, 1986

      2nd Amendment
      14th Amendment
      plus others maybe.

      Just any lawyer won’t do. Need one knowledgeable regarding Constitutional Law and especially the 14th Amendment so you can also pierce the authorities “qualified immunity” and pursue them criminally and personally.

      • True, you need a good lawyer, maybe someone willing to work pro-bono or get paid from a pro-gun organization. The NRA is not gonna touch it, and frankly, it’s all about to the judge and appeals. Criminals don’t get a lot of sympathy. I’m watching Oz on Amazon Prime, it’s a show about prison life. While guys like me often complain about prisoners getting luxuries, that’s not always the case. A lot of prisons banned smoking, some banned conjugal visits, some don’t segregate elderly inmates which puts them in danger of getting murdered.

        Still, I am a constitutionalist, and I don’t believe a man who’s not in prison should be denied his constitutional rights.

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