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Citizens' Self-Defense Act of 2005


H.R. 47 reaffirms the basic truth that citizens have a right to use a gun in defense of self, family, and home.

It enforces that right with serious "teeth." Should a person be deprived of their right to self-defense with a firearm, that person can bring an action in court against the United States, any State, or any person. Anti-gun prosecutors would be personally liable for their wrongdoings -- and the wronged party can demand compensation and reimbursement of legal fees.

The Gun Owners of America are going on the offensive, pushing the "Citizen's Self-Defense Act". The intent is to protect your 2nd Amendment rights by allowing people persecuted (or even prosecuted!) for using a firearm in self-defense to sue the prosecutor and recover damages. You might want to contact your legislators about this bill.


H.R. 47 reaffirms the basic truth that citizens have a right to use a gun in defense of self, family, and home.

It enforces that right with serious "teeth." Should a person be deprived of their right to self-defense with a firearm, that person can bring an action in court against the United States, any State, or any person. Anti-gun prosecutors would be personally liable for their wrongdoings -- and the wronged party can demand compensation and reimbursement of legal fees.

The Gun Owners of America are going on the offensive, pushing the "Citizen's Self-Defense Act". The intent is to protect your 2nd Amendment rights by allowing people persecuted (or even prosecuted!) for using a firearm in self-defense to sue the prosecutor and recover damages. You might want to contact your legislators about this bill.


This entry was published 2005-09-24 10:43:35.0 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2005-09-24 10:43:35.0. [Tweet]

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