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Some Federal Judges

have incarcerated individuals for possession of fire arms after they were convicted of misdemeanors. In Penna. a second class misdemeanor can subject an individual to up to two years in prison. The Fed's prohibit anyone who has been convicted of a crime punishable by a year or more from possession, however Penna. state law places the threshold at two years. There are many cases going on in, I beleive the state is North Carolina, where the Federal prosecutors have determined they have prosecuted many individuals, who are now incarcerated, based upon a mistaken interpretation of this statute and have requested they be released from Federal custody. Guess what, the Judge's have refused to release any one. Gotta keep that incarceration industry rolling along.

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