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Missouri AG blasts FBI for its intention to "audit" MO CC license records

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On Wednesday, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt alerted the public that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is preparing to illegally “harvest” the private information of Missouri concealed carry permit holders.

In a press release, Schmitt said he sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, urging the agency’s leader to “cease their attempts to illegally obtain information from local sheriffs on Missourians who have concealed carry permits.”



Good for Schmitt for standing up to the gubmint and enforcing Missouri statutory law. But I surely can't imagine that OUR Federal gubmint would EVER use that information for any improper purposes. 😬

Anybody have any contacts in TN sheriff's offices that can find out whether they are intending to do the same thing in Tennessee ???  And if so, does TN statute prohibit the Feds from coming in and harvesting STATE licensure information like this ? Gotta wonder..........





Edited by docachna
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