Philadelphia Mother Headed to Jury Trial for Carrying a Gun in N.J.

By declining a plea bargain offered by Atlantic County, New Jersey, prosecutor Jim McClain to spend the next 3 ½ years in jail, Shaneen Allen assured herself the best chance to vindicate herself in a case that has drawn national attention: a jury trial. She is hoping that common sense will prevail — something that has not been evident in the proceedings until now.

Early in the morning of October 1, 2013, Allen was driving from Philadelphia to Atlantic City when she was pulled over by police for making an “unsafe lane change.” She gave the officer her license, registration, and proof of insurance. And then she went a step further: She gave him her license to carry concealed in the state of Pennsylvania, and told him she was carrying a firearm.

She was immediately arrested and charged with unlawful possession of a weapon under New Jersey laws, which don’t reciprocate with Pennsylvania’s concealed carry law. If convicted, Allen will spend at least the next 3½ years in jail, and possibly more.

FK – The trash that wrote this law and any who contribute to enforcing it should be arrested, given a speedy treason trial of about two minutes and executed. If the ‘No Rights that aren’t Allowed’ group was doing its job we’d already have a militia force in place to make sure this happens.

Do you have “Liberal”(commie) trash ‘friends’ who probably think this woman is getting what she deserves? They voted to kill you if you believe in Human Liberty and our most basic right, the right to fight back against authoritarians of any stripe who work to enslave us further or prevent us from re-establishing our lost Liberty here. They are not your ‘friends’ but your blood domestic enemies and the blood domestic enemies of the Bill of rights and this country and should be treated accordingly.

FK – Another account:

Can a Gun Owner Get Justice in New Jersey?

New Jersey not only does not recognize other states’ carry permits; it is stingy with its own. They are reserved for people who can demonstrate what police officials consider a “justifiable need.” Under a policy that has been upheld by state courts, that means “persons specifically employed in security work” or “others who can establish an urgent necessity.”


What about justice? If convicted Allen faces a mandatory minimum sentence of three and a half years. The maximum, taking into account an additional charge for possessing hollow-point ammunition, is more than 11 years.

FK – Only sub-human trash writes or enforces ‘law’ like this much less tries to destroy a human life simply because they choose to be able to defend themselves from said sub-human trash, which is what the Second Amendment is about. Those who ‘disagree’ don’t belong here and should be kicked out of the country.