Thursday, March 01, 2007

Man found guilty on gun charge

Receives reduced fine; 180-day jail sentence suspended

Aaron Aldridge
Contributing Writer

PLAINFIELD - A supporter of convicted tax evader Ed Brown was found guilty of carrying a gun without a license while, according to court documents, he appeared "to be on some kind of drugs."

Kirkus Raimundas, 48, of New Buffalo, Mich., was convicted on Monday in Claremont District Court on the misdemeanor charge of carrying a gun without a license.

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Blogger The Greek said...

Had this incident taken place in the "FREE STATE"(My Foot) of Maryland, the gentleman would have spent a One Year MANDATORY time in the POKY.
He should count his blessings and take heed of the saying. .....Those that CAN NOT take the HEAT should stay OUT OF THE KITCHEN

7:41 AM  
Blogger TruePatriot said...

Here's a copy of the brief letter, which sent to the newspaper that printed that story:

"It's pathetic that your newspapers, along with the other 'mainstream' media, won't give the Browns' plight any fair coverage.

Why won't you convey their true plight, regarding the fact they were railroaded in a kangaroo court & denied "due process" of the law... not to mention that they just wanted to see the SUPPOSED law, which SUPPOSEDLY requires them to pay income tax, in the 1st place.

The reason for the foregoing is because you are in collusion with the malfeasant & fascist government!!!"

10:05 AM  
Blogger Tom said...

The stage has been set now. They have made the case in the court of public opinion that drugs may be involved at the Brown house. That same excuse was used to illegally obtain US mitlitary assistance at Waco. Remember the false allegations of a meth lab at Mt. Carmel?

10:31 AM  
Blogger TrueLogic said...

I'm sorry to hear that this happened to a Brown Supporter... But... I do know NH Gun Laws, and if had the Weapon Concealed, without a Resident or Non Resident Concealed Carry Permit, His Arrest was Justified.

This Man also should have made the Officer Aware that he was carrying, of his own accord, and without being asked.

I do not agree However, with his being told by the Courts NOT to have any further Contact with the Browns. That's as obsurd as telling Ed's own Wife that she can't have Contact with him.

11:15 PM  
Blogger TrueLogic said...

was it PROVEN... that this Man was on Drugs?

Wait a Minute... Was there a Jury?

Was Steve McAuliffe the Judge in This Man's Case?

Ahh Hell... If there's no Evidence, Evidence was not submitted to a Jury, or a Jury never Convicted Him of Drug Use upon any Evidence... Then He is Not Guilty of Using Drugs! Just as Ed and Elaine Brown were not Convicted of TAX EVASION for the very same Reasons.

As for His Pistol, If he was Illegaly Carrying a Concealed Weapon, and Plead INNOCENT... Then a Trial would be held, In which Case, Evidence would be Submitted to the Jury in the Physical sense, and/or by Officer Testimony, to show that what the Officer alledges is true. Then, by the Officer's Testimony, and by the Statutes that Regard Concealed Weapons in NH... A Conviction would be supported.

If you are not a Responsible, Law Abiding FireArm Owner, you can, and Probably will Suffer Consequenses Under the State Laws of which were Broken.

If this Man would have paid the $10-$20 Dollar Fee for the CCW Permit, Chances are he'd Still have His FireArm, and $250 in His Pocket.

Now I wasn't there, and I have no idea if He was Under the Influence of any controlled substance, or even acting suspiciously... But Due to the Fact that there is no HandGun Registration Requirement in NH, A Concealed Carry Permit is Required, and Not unreasonable.

Had He Been in Vermont, there are NO LAWS regarding Concealed Carry, or FireArms in Motor Vehicles.

1:05 AM  

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