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Alan Gura, financed by Alan Gottlieb and the Second Amendment Foundation, scores yet another win over America’s black supremacist Attorney General Eric Holder.


Monday, March 2nd, 2015BELLEVUE, WA – A federal court in Texas has denied a government motion for a 60-day stay in a case involving interstate handgun transfers in which the judge applied strict scrutiny to determine whether a ban on such transfers meets constitutional muster.

The case, known as Mance v. Holder, was filed by the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, and is financially supported by the Second Amendment Foundation. It involves plaintiffs residing in Texas and the District of Columbia, and the ruling last month by U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor of the Northern District of Texas, Fort Worth Division, found that “the federal interstate handgun transfer ban is unconstitutional on its face.”

The government had asked for a 60-day stay in order to decide whether to file an appeal. But Judge O’Connor ruled today that a stay is not warranted because the government could offer no other reasons for its request other than the court’s “inherent authority to manage its docket.”


And Alan Gottlieb gets to twist the knife a little deeper on Holder and crew…

“We’re delighted that Judge O’Connor is not going to simply allow the government to stall this ruling,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “This case could have significant ramifications nationwide, and allowing a two-month stay while the government essentially claims it will be thinking about whether to appeal obviously was not warranted.”

2 thoughts on “GURA WINS AGAIN: FedGov denied 60-day stay on Interstate Transfer ban”
  1. This is a big win! I look forward to seeing what we-the-people are now able to do with this. My guess is that we would have to comply with the regs of our home state when purchasing in another state. If so, we Illinoisans would have to show a Foid Card, and comply with Illinois’s waiting period. We may not have the ISP background check that Illinois has, instead the FBI, or whatever the selling state uses. I hope that we could just take the pistol home with us after taking possession, instead of transferring thru an FFL in our home state. That would be sweet!

  2. Man! Now I know what it feels like to be a liberal!!

    I mean, those pukes have had win after win after win at the caprice of liberal judges.

    now, it almost seems that federal judges see and abide our CONSTITUTION!!

    What will come next? Will someone actually demand to see proof of O’Blowme’s US citizenship? I’ll wait with bated breath!

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