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OH: Cleveland Police Won't Give Burglary Victim His Gun Back
Submitted by: David Williamson
Website: http://libertyparkpress.com

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A Cleveland man is going after the city of Cleveland's police department for what's rightfully— Constitutionally-stamped— his. That's the gist of a recent lawsuit filed on behalf of Brian Bridges against the city in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas court. Following a 2015 justified shooting, Bridges claims the city are still holding onto his firearm and wont' return it even though the case is closed.
 

Comment by: xqqme (5/9/2017)
What would be nice to see:

Judge: "You will bring Mr. Bridges' firearm to this court this afternoon, and you will, in my presence, allow him to inspect it for damage. We will then travel to the Police Department firing range, where he will be given the opportunity to fire the weapon to confirm that it is still functional. If all is well, Mr. Bridges will then take possession of his property and be dismissed, and he will be allowed to travel to his home with his weapon unmolested. If, however, it is determined that his property has been damaged in any way, the City of Cleveland will provide him with a brand new firearm of the same make and model, 200 rounds ammunition, and the sum of $50,000 in damages... do I make myself clear?"
 

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