Re: Officials Attempt to Circumvent Indiana Carry Law
Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:19 am
I don't consider it out of line to ask a question. I do consider it out of line to pull him into a bathroom or do the questioning in some out of the way spot outside of public view.ELB wrote:Mr. Freeman has never been shy about excoriating anyone, cops or others, when he thought them out of line. If he says the deputies were not out of line to investigate, then I frankly feel he probably knows what he's talking about.greyjack wrote:It's no big deal because they're just following orders?
I understand Mr. Freeman is an attorney and has to go to that courthouse for business, but I'm free to be frank about armed men sent to intimidate someone and refusing to say who sent them.
Freeman knew that was nonsense, so asked the officers who made those allegations and who ordered them to question him. They reportedly told him they could not tell him. Freeman believes someone may have intended to intimidate him for raising questions and asking for public information.