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Carroll v. Krumpter et al, No. 2:2015cv01550 - Document 11 (E.D.N.Y. 2015) After reading his judgement on this case, I truly fear for my Civil Rights. I do not feel safer knowing he was the person behind gavel. Imagine if all counties had a judge like this. He seems to ignore civil rights and focus on the technicalities in favor of law enforcement. Law Enforcement shouldn't have indefinite time without constraints to hold onto property. It's considered illegal seizure. It's as violating as an officer of the law, uninvited, walking into my house and helping himself to a cookie and leaving with the entire jar of them. Confiscating without due process is in fact impeding on his second amendment. The judgement assumes the Plaintiff has an unlimited coffer of funds to replenish his supply of arms and that time does not exist. It will take time to find the appropriate replacements and 'during this time he is unable to exercise his second amendment.'
7/15/19, 2:16 AM
Hon. Arthur D. Spatt

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