Update on Phillip Dominguez case
Sensibly Progressive has update. I blogged about his case a few days ago -- Mr. Dominguez is a law-abiding construction company owner, who owned a registered "assault rifle," which in California he could legally take from his house to a shooting range. He was going shooting with a friend who was arriving by plane, and was arrested at the airport on the apparently claim that by stopping at the airport in the middle of that drive he broke the law.
The update notes that they followed with a SWAT raid on his house and seizure of all his (legal) firearms, and those of his family.
Fortunately, he's got some first rate firearm attorneys. If you'd like to contribute to his defense, click here.
UPDATE: Mr. Dominguez writes:
Thank you for all of your support, I can't wait to tell all of you the whole story and all that my family has been through and all that I have learned over the past few weeks.
It may shock you to learn just what your tax dollars are doing for you, and what lengths some will go to force their agendas, legal or not.
My lawyer will prepare a statement and it will be made available after Feb 6th.