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Newsweek: NEW JERSEY PROSECUTORS DROP CASE AGAINST GUN-CARRYING SECURITY GUARD WHO HAD PERMIT TO CARRY FIREARM
Update posted by Evan F. Nappen Attorney At Law, P.C. On Mar 13

"Nappen believes, rather, that his client is a victim of the state's complex licensing processing. He argues that a restriction on Twyne's permit would render it effectively unusable, putting his client in a Catch-22 scenario: Able to carry at work, but unable to transport it home.

"How do you give him a license to do this and then don't allow him to go to work and then come back from work?" Nappen said. "The limitation that the state is trying to place on his license makes the license utterly useless this case."

Nappen said he feels that the gun laws in New Jersey may, in some respects, be designed to evade governmental accountability. He pointed out how gun permit applications are treated as confidential, preventing outside groups from scrutinizing the process. He believes that this is not, in fact, done to ensure confidentiality but to evade fairness."

https://www.newsweek.com/roosevelt-twyne-new-jersey-gun-laws-1491859?fbclid=IwAR3nG8XYm8egyB_QSwZPQxi81Qq6PuzGMoI6Zi7RVSTxoHJ6toO2rSftqeU

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I read about this in the magazine “America’s 1st freedom” - I’m glad to hear the criminal charges have been dropped- but the police need to give him back his property ASAP!!!

Ruth Conley

Update posted by Apr 25

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I donated a week or two ago, and you , in your solicitation , claimed $44 thousand plus amount had been donated to that time and the current amount would be posted. You have not posted the current amount in this email or the previous one. What is up with that. It makes me suspicious.

Jay Carter II

Update posted by Mar 14

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He needs to recover his lost wages, and he needs his job back. He needs an apology. The State needs to know their own laws, instead of we’ll arrest you now and make a law for why we arrested you. The judge was literally making up law on the spot. You make the law then charge people for breaking the law. You don’t charge people then make the law to cover the infraction.

Thomas Reed

Update posted by Mar 13

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I hope you press charges against NJ. They are going to keep doing this to innocent law abiding citizens until someone steps up and olegally forces them to stop. You are in a position to make some noise.

Joshua Fox

Update posted by Mar 13

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I hope he does get his job back. Can we be sure the additional funds raised will go to Mr. Twyne to help him get back on his feet? Or he should sue the state for the loss of wages.

Chris Dunning

Update posted by Mar 13

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The judges order stated that the employer will be responsible for the firearm while the employee is not at work. I work in a similar field, in California, and while not mandatory my employer does have gun lockers that I use just to keep my duty weapon at work while not on shift. Honestly, just makes things easier anyway. To me that is just a perk of where I work at. For a judge to mandate that policy be put in place, and then put the burden of implementing the policy on the business seems overreaching in this case however.

Brandon Horwath

Update posted by Mar 13

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Since the charges were dropped does he get his job back?

David Kowaleski

Update posted by Mar 13

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