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    Default Another victim of the state's unconstitutional laws

    https://www.uticaod.com/news/2019060...d-without-bail

    A man who successfully defended his home against two intruders, killing them in the attempted burglary, was arrested and released pending trial for "illegally" possessing a pistol passed down to him from his late father. He faces charges for illegal possession of a firearm. Supporters of the buglars were outside demanding he be punished for defending his home, clamoring for restrictions on firearms, and touting how the burglars were of such outstanding character. Just goes to show how this lousy state loves its criminals and loves to give them a fighting chance against citizens trying to live their lives in peace.

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    Default Update - out of jail

    Better news for him.

    https://www.syracuse.com/crime/2019/...-findings.html

    June 4 -
    DEERFIELD, N.Y. - Ronald Stolarczyk, who shot and killed two people who police say were attempting to burglarize his Oneida County home last week, was released from jail this morning.
    Stolarczyk was released on his own recognizance this morning after appearing in court last night, according to Oneida County officials.
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    Stolarczyk was charged with with criminal possession of a firearm, a felony. The weapon was a 38-caliber Rossi revolver, according to the court papers. Stolarczyk said the gun had belonged to his father, but he hadn’t registered it after his father died.
    Those charges haven’t been dismissed, McNamara said. But he previously said his office typically prosecutes unregistered guns where the homeowner is present as misdemeanors, and not felonies. The first priority is to get the gun registered, he said.
    McNamara has said it appears Nicholas Talerico had burglarized Walker’s home a couple of weeks earlier, and that he had returned with his aunt.
    McNamara said “a large amount of property” believed to have been taken from the initial burglary at Stolarczyk’s home was discovered at Nicholas Talerico’s apartment in Utica during the investigation of the shooting.
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    Now we just need a bunch of jurors who believe in jury nullification. However, I'm betting if the prosecution thinks there's any chance of that happening they'll try to plea down to something that's not a gun charge as to avoid the nullification.

    It's so sad to see someone who was defending themselves having protesters outside against them. Imagine this for a rape case where the same protestors were outside saying she's at fault for the guy who raped her. News would be covering it differently.
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    Is he going to fight this charge? I think his case might be a great case to challenge NY law...

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    I hope his attorney is smart enough to advise him to not accept ANY PLEA. The homeowner used an heirloom firearm to defend his very life and property. The gun had been legally obtained and upon the death of the lawful owner, if the state wanted the firearm surrendered so badly they should have gone and got it.
    The homeowner never entered into any contract to be responsible for the surrender of his dead fathers property. He inherited it, thought it was his and it may have saved his life.

    FUAC
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    All charges against Ronald Stolarczyk in regards to the above mentioned case have been dropped (back in August).
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmerMatt View Post
    All charges against Ronald Stolarczyk in regards to the above mentioned case have been dropped (back in August).
    But did he get the gun back?

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    GOD save him

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    If he did not had the gun, he would have lost his family and his own life.

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