Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by PUCKER » Fri Aug 19, 2016 1:00 pm

locke_n_load wrote:See attached for a press release from Waller County DA. This will get interesting, especially for legislation next year.
I suggest that the DA go back to grammar school (rationale vs rational). :tiphat:


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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by wcalvert » Mon Sep 12, 2016 2:17 pm

The Waller County DA and a representative from the TAG office were interviewed about this today on the Houston Matters radio show.

Link to the show (they are the first segment): https://soundcloud.com/houstonmatters/g ... er-12-2016

TLDR: Waller County DA says it would be too difficult, and it's anti-Texas to have big government control local government. Also, that the law says they can restrict guns anywhere on the premises. TAG rep says that the legislature specifically defined premises to mean a part of a building.
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by SewTexas » Mon Sep 12, 2016 4:12 pm

So, we don't want people sitting outside the door of the courtroom....instead they'll just sit outside the door of the courthouse? right..... uh huh....
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Post by warnmar10 » Mon Sep 12, 2016 4:58 pm

SewTexas wrote:So, we don't want people sitting outside the door of the courtroom....instead they'll just sit outside the door of the courthouse? right..... uh huh....
Their interpretation of premises would seem to include just outside the door too.
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Post by C-dub » Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:12 pm

That Waller County DA can't even get it right in his press release. He still thinks that hospitals are off limits. I would be very worried about what else they are educating people about.
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by SewTexas » Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:17 pm

C-dub wrote:That Waller County DA can't even get it right in his press release. He still thinks that hospitals are off limits. I would be very worried about what else they are educating people about.
probably still thinks churches are too.
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Post by C-dub » Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:29 pm

SewTexas wrote:
C-dub wrote:That Waller County DA can't even get it right in his press release. He still thinks that hospitals are off limits. I would be very worried about what else they are educating people about.
probably still thinks churches are too.
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Possibly, but he didn't make that mistake in his press release for all to see.
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by wcalvert » Wed Nov 02, 2016 3:08 pm

Was just doing some googling, and there is a slight update from a few weeks ago:

http://www.breitbart.com/texas/2016/10/ ... y-lawsuit/

TLDR: TXAG filed a brief saying that the Waller County court should not be the site of the lawsuit and to dismiss it under lack of jurisdiction.

Can't find any additional updates. Anybody got anything?
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by Russell » Tue Nov 15, 2016 10:38 am

This Friday is the court case. Unfortunately I can't attend, however if anybody is in the area and wants to support the cause (and this should be EVERYONES cause), Mr. Holcomb is requesting folks fill the courtroom in support of the law and against county attempts at silencing dissent.

I've posted a brief overview of the case so far as well as a good news article that Breitbart wrote about the situation on the Texas3006 Facebook page. The case schedule is also there: https://www.facebook.com/texas3006/post ... 5623668645
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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So did the hearing happen?

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Post by ELB » Fri Nov 25, 2016 10:57 am

theHunter wrote:So did the hearing happen?
Good question. I googled around, but only found an article a week prior to the hearing, nothing about the hearing and didn't see anything on the Texas3006 facebook page.
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by Russell » Fri Nov 25, 2016 6:22 pm

It did, but no official word yet on the outcome aside from the judge refusing Holcomb's request to dismiss the case based on first amendment grounds / Texas' Anti-SLAPP laws.
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by locke_n_load » Sat Nov 26, 2016 11:30 pm

Russell wrote:It did, but no official word yet on the outcome aside from the judge refusing Holcomb's request to dismiss the case based on first amendment grounds / Texas' Anti-SLAPP laws.
Will definitely go up the chain if they rule in Waller County's favor. I still can't believe they are doing this.
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by goose » Sun Nov 27, 2016 10:43 pm

Isn't this a violation of the whistle blower act? The subjects blow the whistle on the royalty, and then the royalty punishes the subjects. If I lived in Waller County this train of thought by the government would make me nervous even if I didn't like the 2A.
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Re: Texas Carry Executive Director sued for filing signage complaint against Waller County

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Post by C-dub » Mon Nov 28, 2016 6:17 am

goose wrote:Isn't this a violation of the whistle blower act? The subjects blow the whistle on the royalty, and then the royalty punishes the subjects. If I lived in Waller County this train of thought by the government would make me nervous even if I didn't like the 2A.
IIRC, the whistle blower act protects employees from retaliation when they blow the whistle on their employer and this guy is not an employee of the county. However, IMHO, a fat lot of good that law has done. We've heard of many whistle blowers receive retaliation in the form of being reassigned to crummy jobs or not assigned any work or things like that to get them to quit on their own.
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