Madison Police Drop Charges After Open Carry Lawsuit

Madison Police Drop Charges After Open Carry Lawsuit
Madison Police Drop Charges After Open Carry Lawsuit

Upon further review of an incident involving openly carried firearms in public, the city attorney dropped disorderly conduct charges Thursday that were filed against five individuals last September.

Wisconsin Carry, Inc., a right to carry activist group, released a statement announcing the dropped charges Thursday. According to the statement, Chris Van Wagner, the group’s attorney, informed WCI of the news after he heard word from the city attorney.

“The Madison City Attorney agreed after a full review of the investigation and 911 call that there was absolutely no disturbance created by our members and the disorderly conduct citations were inappropriate,” Van Wagner said in the statement.

Read more at the Badger Herald

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From the article, “Wray also issued a call to action in the statement asking “concerned citizens to call 911 when they see armed subjects.”
“Subjects” not free citizens. Kind of says it all huh? This isn’t Britain…yet.