Authorities have nabbed yet another gun-control advocate with an illegal firearm:
BELLEVUE, Wash., March 1 /U.S. Newswire/ — The arrest of a Springfield, Ill. anti-gun activist by police who allegedly found an illegal handgun and drugs in her home during a contested search prompted the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms to bid Annette “Flirty” Stevens a “welcome to the party.”
Stevens became an activist with the Million Mom March after her son was gunned down in 2002. She has acknowledged having the gun — from which the serial number had been removed — in her home. The handgun belonged to her late son, Jericko Clark, she insisted, and she had simply wrapped it up and forgotten about it after finding it several months after his slaying. She claims the search was illegal.
Even if the search was illegal, doesn’t make the pistol kosher.