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December 13, 2010



That is the way it always is with a city that loses a litigation. They wanted the fight but they lost now they are reneging when it comes time to pay the piper. If the shoe were on the other foot what would be D.C.'s position then?
Pay the man & lick your wounds. Think twice about interfering with the citizens 2nd. Amendment rights. You will have more expenses
than this if you don't loosen up.

Mike Ebel

Instead of realizing that they were infringing on a persons rights and changing the law to comply closer to the intent of the 2nd amendment they chose to fight to the last breath and must pay for it maybe it will make them reconsider their restrictive new system they put in place after the Heller decision to avoid having to pay even more in legal fee's after the next round of litigation.

Stu Strickler

Just because Washington, DC violated their peoples rights, does not give them the right to chose what the attorneys fees are. If they would not have been in violation of the Constitution, they wouldn't have to pay!

Joe Waldron

You lost, D.C.

Pay the man.

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