Menendez Gun Law Violations
Steve Lonegan Explains How Senator Menendez Violated New Jersey Gun Laws
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What's good for thee is not for me? Liberals love gun control laws, until they run afoul of their own gun control laws, as we see with Senator Bob Menendez. Many New Jeresy citizens, or even people visiting the state, can easily be tripped up by an innocent act that violates these immense gun control laws. These laws must be equally applied to all, including to sitting US Senators, who violate them.
The follow-up video was made at the Essex County Courthouse, see why anti-gun laws apply to you, but not to Senator Menendez.
Photo shows Senator Bob Menendez illegally handling a firearm in public.
2C:39-5 Unlawful possession of weapons.
c.Rifles and shotguns. (1) Any person who knowingly has in his possession any rifle or shotgun without having first obtained a firearms purchaser identification card in accordance with the provisions of N.J.S.2C:58-3, is guilty of a crime of the third degree.
2C:58-3 Purchase of firearms.
b.Firearms purchaser identification card. No person shall sell, give, transfer, assign or otherwise dispose of nor receive, purchase or otherwise acquire an antique cannon or a rifle or shotgun, other than an antique rifle or shotgun, unless the purchaser, assignee, donee, receiver or holder is licensed as a dealer under this chapter or possesses a valid firearms purchaser identification card, and first exhibits said card to the seller, donor, transferor or assignor, and unless the purchaser, assignee, donee, receiver or holder signs a written certification, on a form prescribed by the superintendent, which shall indicate that he presently complies with the requirements of subsection c. of this section and shall contain his name, address and firearms purchaser identification card number or dealer's registration number. The said certification shall be retained by the seller, as provided in paragraph (4) of subsection a. of N.J.S.2C:58-2, or, in the case of a person who is not a dealer, it may be filed with the chief of police of the municipality in which he resides or with the superintendent.
Plaintiff Raymond Schneider is a licensed gun retailer doing business as "Crossroads Gun Shop" in Pennsauken, New Jersey. On or about November 1, 1985 Schneider began the operation of a pistol target range immediately adjacent to his gun shop. For a fee, plaintiff would allow certain individuals to rent pistols from him and fire them on the range, regardless of whether these customers had valid firearm purchaser permits under N.J.S.A. 2C:58-3a. Subsequently, state police officers visited the premises and advised Schneider that this practice was illegal and should terminate. In response, plaintiff has filed this declaratory judgment action for a construction of the statute and the Attorney General has now made a motion for summary judgment which is presently before the court.
The video the Senator posted to his YouTube channel