It is absolutely disgraceful how they treated this wounded veteran.

Injured vet’s guns stolen by D.C.
Mr. Kim was transporting his firearms from his parents’ house in New Jersey to South Carolina when he stopped at Walter Reed in Washington for a medical appointment in the summer of 2010.
After being pulled over, handcuffed, arrested, thrown in jail overnight, his guns were confiscated by the city.
In the end, the platoon leader felt forced to plead guilty to a misdemeanor charge, which was later dismissed, but the District still refuses to return to him $10,000 worth of firearms and parts. The national guardsman will deploy to Kosovo this summer. The city should return his property before he leaves to serve our nation overseas for the third time.
It seems to me that Lt Kim's only two mistakes were relying on 18 USC § 926A to protect him from the D.C. Police Department, and allowing an unwarranted search of his car. Well, that and trying to find his way through D.C.'s crazy street layout. Apparently the only thing there more difficult to navigate is their legal system.
If they don't return this soldier's property soon, it's only going to hurt their fight against the 2nd Amendment.
You have to remember how the evil states and DC interpret 18 USC § 926A. They read it to mean that traveling through the state or district means you make no stops other than those required to fill your car with gas (even that has been turned upside down in some New York state cases). That means you can't stay over night, you can't visit friends, you can't stop at a shooting range, you can't go camping, and, in some states, you can't even stop for food without wondering if their evil regime will profile you for a firearms possession charge.

It may not be right, but the NRA and other pro-2A groups have refused to challenge these laws in most places. Until we get some one with some balls and a good attorney, the status quo will remain.

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