is a licensed dealer of firearms, as defined within federal law, title
18 U.S.C. Section 921(a)(ll)(A), engaged in the business of selling
firearms at wholesale or retail, as a regular course of business with
the objective of profit through the resale of firearms to the public.
Anyone shopping at Walmart - age 5 to 100 - in Minnesota may walk to
the sporting good department and review and handle the different types
of "BB GUN" and "PELLET GUN" RIFLES for sale on the shelves, without
the assistance of Walmart employees.
Remember, "BB GUN" and "PELLET GUN" RIFLES are not behind the counter
with the shotgun, hunting rifles and pistols??
Why is Walmart illegally selling "BB GUN" and "PELLET GUN" RIFLES as
weapons and not a "FIREARM", as required under the State of Minnesota
Customers at Walmart believe "NO STANDARD OF CONDUCT IS SPECIFIED AT
ALL", when "BB GUN" and "PELLET GUN" RIFLES are sold openly on the
shelves of the sporting good department and the shotguns, hunting
rifles and pistols, known by a person of ordinary intelligence as
"FIREARMS", are sold behind a counter, requiring the assistance of a
trained Walmart employee to handle, inspect, and purchase the "FIREARM".
WALMART IS BREAKING THE
Walmart is CONSPIRING
citizens of Minnesota and tourists visiting Minnesota in prison for
violating Minnesota Statute 624.713,
CERTAIN PERSONS NOT TO POSSESS FIREARMS
Customers shopping Walmart stores in Minnesota are given "NO WARNING
WHATEVER" that the purchase of "BB GUN" and "PELLET GUN" RIFLES are
"FIREARMS", under Minnesota criminal law. Therefore, exposing the
customer to a possible 15 year sentence, if the customer has past
juvenile or adult convictions, including misdemeanor or gross
ARBITRARY AND DISCRIMINATORY ENFORCEMENT OF FEDERAL FIREARMS LAWS
TOWARD THE CITIZENS OF MINNESOTA AND TOURISTS VISITING MINNESOTA!!
To be fair with Walmart, Minnesota State law offers an "EXEMPTION" for
persons who may not possess a firearm, Minnesota Statute 624.712 DEFINITIONS, Subdivision 2, PISTOL:
include a device firing or ejecting a shot measuring .18 OF AN INCH, OR LESS, IN DIAMETER
COMMONLY KNOWN AS A "BB GUN,"
a scuba gun, a stud gun or nail
gun used in the construction industry or children's pop guns or toys."
The above definition DOES NOT INCLUDE
"RIFLES"? WHY ONLY PISTOLS?
VICTIMS OF MINNESOTA FIREARM LAWS FOR
POSSESSION OF A "BB GUN" AND/OR "PELLET GUN" RIFLE.
1. ANDREW BIGBEE,
On October 22, 2013, Richfield, Minnesota police and fire department
responded to a call of a house fire. Upon arrival, police and fire
officials entered the house to make sure no one was inside and locate
the source of the smoke.
When the house had been cleared of occupants, the officers exited the
house through the kitchen when they saw a .177 CALIBER "PELLET GUN" RIFLE
on top of the refrigerator in plain sight. The officers confirmed
BIGBEE was a resident of the house and was a person prohibited from
possessing a firearm based on a previous felony conviction.
BIGBEE was arrested on a COMPLAINT (Indictment) for the offense of a
"PROHIBITED PERSON IN POSSESSION OF A FIREARM (FELONY)", Minnesota
Statute §624.713, Subdivision 1(2),
2(b); §609.11, PENALTY: 5 - 15 YEARS AND/OR $30,000.00 FINE.
Review the October 23, 2013 "COMPLAINT" (Indictment), State of
Minnesota vs. ANDREW JEROME BIGBEE. Also the June 23, 2014, legal
overview of the complaint by John Gregory Lambros, JailHouse Lawyer,
U.S. Penitentiary Leavenworth, as to the legal question: "Whether a .177 caliber RIFLE "PELLET GUN"
is a "FIREARM" within the definition of Minnesota Criminal Law?"
This document is in PDF format and contains copy of the Minnesota
Criminal Statutes and Federal Statutes needed to support the
"COMPLAINT" and Lambros' overview of same.
JUNE 23, 2014 "MEMORANDUM" FROM LAMBROS TO BIGBEE, HERE IN PDF.
December 18, 2014:
Andrew Jerome Bigbee was found NOT GUILTY BY
A JURY for the offense of a "PROHIBITED PERSON IN POSSESSION OF A
FIREARM (FELONY)" in STATE OF MINNESOTA vs. BIGBEE, Case No.
DECEMBER 23, 2014 "DOCKET SHEET" IN THIS ABOVE-ENTITLED ACTION OFFERING
OVERVIEW OF EVENTS IN CASE, FIRST THREE PAGES, HERE IN PDF
2. DYLAN ARBER NEWMAN,
Court records state Mr. Newman was arrested and convicted of a felony
drive-by shooting statute after admitting he shot his "BB GUN"
at a car on the highway.
Newman admitted he engaged in the shooting with a CROSSMAN 760 PUMP MASTER, .177 CALIBER
"PELLET BB GUN" RIFLE.
Newman challenged his conviction to the Minnesota Court of Appeals on October 3, 1995
, and was denied on November 30, 1995
. Newman challenged
his conviction of a felony drive-by shooting, arguing that the "BB GUN"
he shot at another vehicle
is NOT A FIREARM WITHIN THE MEANING
OF MINNESOTA STATUTE §609.66, Subdivision 1e(a)(Supp. 1993).
The Minnesota Court of Appeals relied on the GAME AND FISH LAWS
definition of "FIREARM"
as "any gun from which shot or a projectile is discharged by means of
an explosive, gas, or compressed air." See, Minnesota Statute §97.40, Subdivision 34 [now Minn. Star.
§97A.015, Subd. 19]
, to convict Newman.
This is an excellent case that review Minnesota Criminal Law as to the
definition of "FIREARMS"
STATE OF MINNESOTA vs. DYLAN ARBER NEWMAN, 538 N.W.2d 476 (November 30,
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