Tuesday, February 17, 2015

‘Anti-gun’ attorney arrested for gun at airport


A leading local civil rights attorney was arrested over the weekend at Cleveland Hopkins Airport for having a concealed handgun in his carry-on bag, The Plain Dealer reported Sunday. David Malik, the original attorney for the family of 12-year-old Tamir Rice who was slain by police in November, spent the night in jail after a .22 caliber handgun and a box of ammunition were discovered by airport security.

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  1. You or I would never again see the light of day, this will very quietly get swept under the rug.

    David Martin

  2. I thought that attorneys are considered officers of the court, and as such, are automatically empowered to wear or carry firearms.

  3. Once again the hypocrisy of it all. Liberal vermin like him have zero problems, seeing themselves as an eltie, with special and extra rigths that the rest of serfs do not have. They also seem to believe they can pick which laws and when, apply to them. Of course he will have low freinds in high places who will give him a slap on the wrist...for getting caught, and not for knowingly breaking the law.
    Once again, for your readers, Gun control is NOT about firearms, it is about controlling people. As the line from LOTR The Two Towers: "Those without swords can still die upon them."

  4. In the land of the unarmed the guy with a .22 is king.

  5. Wasn't there an employee of TSA sneaking guns on the planes he was suppose
    to "protect"? I believe he was trafficking guns using his position to go undetected
    for awhile until he was caught. Haven't heard any updates.