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    Florida Deputy Threatens to Shoot Concealed Carry Permit Holder in the Back

    Florida Deputy Threatens to Shoot Concealed Carry Permit Holder in the Back During Traffic Stop

    By Joe Wright
    Activist Post
    January 19, 2012

    “Land of the Fee and Home of the Slave” has rarely been more appropriate than the following video from Florida.

    Citrus County Florida Deputy Andy Cox threatens to shoot concealed carry licensee for lawfully carried handgun & then arrests him for accidental exposure. (Source)

    LiveLeak.com - FL Deputy Threatens to Shoot Concealed Carry Licensee and Arrests Him for Lawfully carried Handgun

    According to usacarry.com, the gentleman harassed and terrorized in this video would be subjected to the following fees and conditions in order to obtain and use his permit.

    Please read the requirements below and determine for yourself if Deputy Andy Cox was correct in his interpretation and treatment of this concealed weapon permit holder.

    NICS/Background Check:
    There is a background check but not NICS. Your permit is currently issued by the Department of Agriculture which is not a law enforcement agency, and therefore cannot do the NICS check required by federal law.

    Only “law enforcement agencies” can access NICS, and therefore the federal exemption that normally applies to concealed weapon permits, does not apply to those issued in Florida.

    Permit Valid For:
    Permit valid for seven (7) years from date of issue.


    All paperwork for your permit may be requested via mail for free:

    Form/Publication Request 790 - Division of Licensing, FDACS

    1. You must be 21 to get a concealed carry permit.
    2. Have a passport-style, color photograph made.
    3. Get verification of training that satisfies the training requirement. NRA, DD-14, state training course, etc. . Persons serving in the United States Armed Forces may submit a copy of their Military ID Card to satisfy the training requirement.
    4. Get certified copies of court documents relating to any criminal charges against you.
    5. Take the fingerprint card to a local law enforcement agency and ask to be fingerprinted. In addition to providing fingerprinting services for the traditional “hard-card” format, electronic fingerprint devices are available at almost all 67 county sheriff’s offices in the state. Visit the Electronic Fingerprints Information page to learn how Live Scan fingerprinting saves processing time.* Submitting Fingerprints Electronically - Division of Licensing, FDACS
    6. Complete the application. Either print clearly with ink or type the information.
    7. In the presence of a notary, sign application.**
    8. Submit a check or money order for the license fee of $117

    * Electronic fingerprinting can dramatically reduce the permit approval time.

    ** Some concealed carry courses have a notary available at the time of the class

    Required Documents:
    1. Application form
    2. Passport photo
    3. Training verification

    Renewal Information:
    $65 – Florida Resident
    $30 WR license – retired Florida Law Enforcement and a Florida resident
    $107 – Out of state resident ($65 renewal and $42 fingerprint card fee)

    Change of Name or Address:
    Replacement Florida Concealed Weapon Permits cost $15.

    Lost, Stolen, or Damaged Permits:
    Replacement Florida Concealed Weapon Permits cost $15. If you have a stolen license and have a police report indicating the license was in the stolen content the replacement is free.

    Informing Law Enforcement of Carry:
    Informing law enforcement is required upon demand. (emphasis added)

    Automobile carry:
    You may carry your weapon on you or in a “securely encased” state.

    Places off-limits when carrying:
    1. any place of nuisance as defined in s. 823.05
    2. any police, sheriff, or highway patrol station
    3. any detention facility, prison, or jail; any courthouse
    4. any courtroom*
    5. any polling place
    6. any meeting of the governing body of a county, public school district, municipality, or special district
    7. any meeting of the Legislature or a committee thereof
    8. any school, college, or professional athletic event not related to firearms
    9. any school administration building
    10. any portion of an establishment licensed to dispense alcoholic beverages for consumption*
    11. any elementary or secondary school facility
    12. any area technical center
    13. any college or university facility*
    14. inside the passenger terminal and sterile area of any airport*
    15. any place where the carrying of firearms is prohibited by federal law

    Deadly Force / Castle Doctrine:
    Florida is a Castle Doctrine state and does have a stand-your-ground law.

    Open Carry:
    Prohibited in all public areas.

    Localities with Varying Laws:
    Florida has pre-emption, localities are prohibited from enacting more stringent laws.

    Forms & Links:
    NRA-ILA: Florida Gun Laws

    Who issues Florida Concealed Carry Permits?

    Department of Agriculture
    Division of Licensing
    Post Office Box 6687
    Tallahassee, Florida 32314-6687
    Phone: (850) 245-5691
    Fax: (850) 245-5655

    Concealed Weapons or Firearm Program - Division of Licensing, FDACS

    Intel Hub Note: This police officer is nothing more than an organized criminal who should be immediately fired from the police force and possibly arrested himself for what could be considered terrorist actions towards an American citizen.

    “A man’s rights rest in three boxes: the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box.”

    During times of universal deceit, telling the truth
    becomes a revolutionary act. -- George

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    Hate to say it Red but if that guy was African American they would be rioting in the streets
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    My Uncle had a similar experience in Ohio, not because he had his gun on him, but because he didn't notify the officer that he was a concealed carry permit holder when he was pulled over for speeding. He had no weapons on him, or in his truck, but he had a gun drawn on him, the cop got very nervous and started screaming at him, searched him for weapons, threatened to arrest him, etc.
    Two rules in life: Don't sweat the small stuff.

    It's all small stuff.



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