Andrew joined us to discuss what happened leading up to his detainment, and why he felt it was unnecessary for him to provide his carry license.
Here’s the video of his detainment for open carrying.
Regardless of what the law is, the idea that you can be stopped, handcuffed, and detained simply because you don’t show your papers should concern all Americans.
In a case like this, the presumption of guilt is superior to the presumption of innocence. That’s plain wrong, and un-American.
Federal courts are ruling in favor of others in Andrew’s position, and a lawyer friend of mine said both parties were technically a little right.