Monday, January 25, 2016

What's Under Those Robes ?

    Wonder if he knew it when he nominated her ?   The nominee to head the state's highest court packs.

   Westchester County DA Janet DiFiore said during hearings she has a concealed carry permit.

Gov. Cuomo’s nominee to become chief judge of the Court of Appeals

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't most judges and DAs have a permit for concealed carry? Never know when you might run into somebody who got out early looking to settle a score.

Anonymous said...

Wasn't there a comment on your site recently from some nut job claiming there is no such things as a NY Concealed Carry permit ?

Anonymous said...

WHO GETS TO CHECK THE SERIAL NUMBER ON THAT ?

Anonymous said...

8:51, the way you explained it in your last post there is nothing of the sort. This time you worded it correctly. I'd rather be a nut job than a liar, per se.>><<D

Anonymous said...

8:51, there is no concealed carry permit. There is a pistol permit. Some have restrictions. You are not granted a concealed carry permit.

Anonymous said...

WTF are you talking about? It doesn't matter if it's called a "blue moon on a Thursday apple pie"
If it is an unconditional license to have in your possession a hand gun that is concealed, it is a "concealed carry permit".

Anonymous said...

S 265.35, S 265.01 The law is extremely vague on open carry. Open carry in public is not legal in most instances in NY. While no law specifically bans open carry, a license to carry is issued to carry concealed as per penal law 400. Therefore, pistol permit holders must carry concealed. Open carry permitted while hunting and possibly on one's own property.

Anonymous said...

She sure didn't get it from Jerome Richards in St. Lawrence County...