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I can see where this conversation is going to go. Therefore, please delete.
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Hypothetically speaking the Delaware river comes to mind. Also hypothetically speaking... The girl is an idiot and the boyfriend dating her should look elsewhere.

I love this part:
Quote: He asked a police officer whom stated that even turning it into the police would land him or her in jail. She can't just give it back to her ex either.

That doesn't sound very hypothetical...

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Hypothetically of course, it could be stored in a safe place until a hypothetical person had a need for it.

Or you, err, the hypothetical person could take it to a gun turn in.
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PisnNapalm;52391 Wrote:Hypothetically speaking the Delaware river comes to mind. Also hypothetically speaking... The girl is an idiot and the boyfriend dating her should look elsewhere.

I love this part:
Quote: He asked a police officer whom stated that even turning it into the police would land him or her in jail. She can't just give it back to her ex either.

That doesn't sound very hypothetical...

Have fun...

I guess it truly isn't hypothetical as the person that wrote the article is/was going through this. I just wanted to emphasize that this is no way tied to me or anybody I personally know.
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She shouldn't have stolen the handgun. She should contact a criminal attorney specializing in these sorts of cases.
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ByblosHex;52399 Wrote:She shouldn't have stolen the handgun. She should contact a criminal attorney specializing in these sorts of cases.

Based on what I read, she took it because he said if she ever left him, he'd kill her.
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JasonK007;52402 Wrote:
ByblosHex;52399 Wrote:She shouldn't have stolen the handgun. She should contact a criminal attorney specializing in these sorts of cases.

Based on what I read, she took it because he said if she ever left him, he'd kill her.

That isn't a defense. It's still a felony theft of a firearm. If someone says they're going to kill you, you call the Police and let the Police take their firearms. You don't take it upon yourself to illegally steal them form them.
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