Monday, January 08, 2007

WA: Worker says beliefs in gun rights led to firing: "A former cyber security researcher has sued for wrongful termination, claiming his former boss at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory didn't like his pro-gun beliefs and that's why he was fired. Joseph Huffman of Moscow, Idaho, alleges in a lawsuit filed in Benton County Superior Court that his supervisor at the federal lab in Richland spent hours examining Huffman's personal Web site about gun rights issues in the weeks before the firing in June 2005. Huffman, 51, claims in the recently filed suit he was accused of violating lab policies relating to downloading non-business related materials from the Internet, 'accessing anti-governmental Web sites while at work' and performing personal business on company or client time."

It's a simple question of logic: "Gun Control is neither logical, nor is it effective. Every citizen of this country should immediately take advantage of his or her right to keep and bear arms, because it won't be long that the ones in D.C. begin coming for your guns, you know, because it is working so well there."

Liberty and the Constitution go on trial: "On Monday, January 8th in Federal court in Fayetteville, Arkansas, Liberty and the Constitution, represented by Hollis Wayne Fincher, are being put on trial by the jackbooted thugs at the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms Explosives (BATFE) Yes, these are the same criminals responsible for the murders and other malicious acts at Ruby Ridge and Waco. Mr. Fincher, age 60, was arrested on the morning of November 8 following a raid on his home involving federal agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) and FBI and assisted by Washington County Sheriff's Office, Fayetteville Police Department, Springdale Police Department, Arkansas State Police, Arkansas State Bomb Squad and the Madison County Sheriff's Department. Mr. Fincher was charged with possession of a firearm in violation of the National Firearms Act of 1934."

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