County Sheriff Attempts to Revoke Concealed Carry Permit and ‘Doinks’!

Melissa Hanson received a letter from the Freeborn County Sheriff, Kurt Freitag, asserting that Hanson was ineligible to possess any firearm under federal law 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(2) for the following reason:

Fugitive from justice: There are active warrants for your arrest from Freeborn County, MN. Charging you with: Public Nuisance-Annoy/Injure/Endanger Safety, 609.74(1) and 12.45 Emergency Powers-Violate any emergency powers order or rule.

He asserted that her permit to carry a firearm has been voided and to surrender the permit within 5 days. Failure to do so without good cause may subject you to prosecution and conviction for a gross misdemeanor crime which is punishable by up to a year in jail or a 3,000 fine or both.

Hanson had a Notice of Conditional Acceptance and Notice of Counterclaim personally served upon the county sheriff. Hanson accepted the revocation of her concealed carry permit conditioned upon proof of claim that 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(2) is enforceable within the exterior boundaries of the state of Minnesota according to the terms of the federal statute and in subordination to the limited legislative jurisdiction of Congress under Article 1, § 8 of the federal constitution, that a valid warrant of arrest issued in accordance with the Minnesota Rules of Criminal Procedure, and that Executive Orders issued upon declaration of a peacetime emergency on condition of a public health emergency are valid. The Notice proceeded to declare the terms of the state law and the federal law and the limits of an executive order.

Hanson received a letter from the county sheriff stating that he received her “appeal” regarding her permit to carry and that after extensive research; he agreed that she may retain her permit to carry.

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