ATF Inconsistencies Does Not Pass Muster In Court – This Is Not A Stock

Earlier this year the ATF tried to charge a man with possession of an unregistered Short Barreled Rifle. The defendant, Kelland Wright, actually had an AR Pistol with a Maxim Defense cheek rest. However the ATF claims it is a stock which contradicts previous determinations. These inconsistencies of interpretation were shot down in court and Kelland Wright was found NOT GUILTY.

Recently an article was posted by Joshua Prince on Prince Law Offices Blog called ATF Unhinged: Prosecutions Made Up Out of Whole Cloth – You Might Be Next… This article has been shared on social media and is being blown out of proportion. People are jumping to conclusions and that is partly Josh’s fault. His article only refers to some information and makes claims that the information has been “sealed by the court”

Although many of the documents have been sealed by the Court (that should tell you a good bit already), the superseding indictment is publicly available

But this is actually not the case. Several documents are available on Pacer.

Here is the Background of Incident. Kelland Wright had an argument with Christina Wright. There is an allegation of domestic violence and in Toledo Ohio a


Originally posted on The Firearm Blog