An order issued by the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department regarding not enforcing District laws against carrying handguns has been rescinded, a MPD Communications Office news release advised Tuesday.
“In light of the court issuing a stay of the Palmer v. District of Columbia order, Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier today issued a notice to members of the Metropolitan Police Department rescinding two teletypes related to firearms,” the release explained. “All laws related to firearms regulation and crimes remain in effect.”
“Judge Frederick J. Scullin, Jr. of trhe U.S. District Court, issued a stay of his order of July 26, 2013 in Palmer v. District of Columbia,” the accompanying teletype elaborated. “Implementation of his order is delayed for 90 days while the stay is in place. Therefore, Teletypes 07-137-14 and 07-138014 are rescinded. All laws related to firearms regulation and crimes remain in effect.”
Noting that the public may not be aware of today’s development, the teletype reminds officers to handle firearms-related matters “with caution.”
FK – They should be teaching their Nazis to treat armed humans, who are ultimately their employers, with ‘respect.’ My comments below on this issue apply even more.