A Vietnam war veteran declared Monday that he will fight a decision by a federal appeals court that upheld a lower court ruling stripping him of his Second Amendment right to self-defense with firearms.
Jefferson Wayne Schrader of Cleveland, Ga. is a Navy veteran who in 1968 was convicted of a misdemeanor after engaging in a fist fight following an attack by a street gang while stationed in Annapolis, Md... Maryland had changed its laws since 1968, meaning that anyone charged with an assault misdemeanor would be treated as if they had been convicted for a felony ... what had been a simple misdemeanor in 1968 became a felony in 2013, and now not only is Schrader being treated as a convicted felon but he can be denied his gun rights based upon that felony.
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