NRA News Special Report From Ginny Simone | Justice in New Jersey?

NRA News Special Report From Ginny Simone | Justice in New Jersey?
NRA News Special Report From Ginny Simone | Justice in New Jersey?
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Fairfax, VA — ( Shaneen Allen was arrested and charged with illegally carrying a firearm in New Jersey, even though she legally owned the gun and had a concealed carry permit for it in Pennsylvania.

The single mother of two young children spent 46 days behind bars and now, being denied a motion of dismissal or admission to a pre-trial intervention program, she is facing up to three and a half years in prison — all for what she readily admits was a honest mistake.

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If during a vehicle investigation a cop asks you if you are armed, aren’t you being asked to waive your 5th Amendment protections from self incrimination?


She could have remained silent and just showed her license and not incriminated herself.

After all, NJ don’t recognized her PA concealed carry so why bother to tell NJ LEO?

RE Hafner

This the result of electing left wing nuts to the legislature and judges that are nothing but politically correct feces slinging monkeys.


This is a typical case of “to encourage the others”. In a state where you have to be very careful while carrying firearms to go to the range, (you are permitted only to go directly from home to range and back WITH NO STOPS EN ROUTE) she is to be made an example. As for CCW. While there is a CCW process, only politically connected, retired cops and occasionally retired military.


Don’t forget to thank a democrat for the publicity and stupidity. You can thank them all at the voting polls in November.


New Jersey and Justice are strangers to one another.