Oops: David Gregory Probed By Police Over Illegal Magazine

Not the really weird p0rn type of magazine, for those with their minds in the gutter

(Politico) The Washington Metropolitan Police Department is investigating whether any city laws were violated when NBC’s David Gregory displayed what appeared to be a 30-round gun magazine on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, a spokesman confirmed to POLITICO.

“The Metropolitan Police Department is investigating this matter,” said police officer and spokesman Araz Alali in an interview Tuesday.

On Sunday, in an interview with the National Rifle Association’s head, Wayne LaPierre, Gregory displayed what appeared to be a 30-bullet gun magazine. He pushed LaPierre on the question of whether fewer children would have died during the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre this month had the gunman had access to fewer bullets.

The presence of the gun magazine on the show raises questions about a section in the D.C. code – much cited by conservatives and gun rights activists after “Meet the Press” on Sunday – which stipulates that “No person in the District shall possess, sell, or transfer any large capacity ammunition feeding device regardless of whether the device is attached to a firearm. For the purposes of this subsection, the term ‘large capacity ammunition feeding device’ means a magazine,” among other devices.

Yet another example of a Liberal who wants controls for thee, but not themselves. Doesn’t matter if the magazine was for demonstration purposes. He could have used a picture of a large capacity magazine. Instead, he decided that the law didn’t apply to himself.

Of course, if someone is bent on committing mass murder they aren’t going to worry about laws banning large capacity magazines.

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