Creighton residents call police on Open Carry activists

09/23/2014 2:53 PM by

A few weeks after walking Broad Street, the dudes from The Right to Bear Arms Richmond, Virginia held an event in Creighton to express their support for the 2nd Amendment.

From Alan Colmes’ Liberaland:

Over the weekend members of The Right To Bear Arms-Richmond unnerved residents by marching with long guns through Creighton Court, a predominantly African-American area. The police were called by neighbors witnessing the event and at least 6 officers responded.


In the video, which was uploaded on Facebook, the officers are heard asking the group if they “could possibly understand why residents of the Creighton Court community would be concerned seeing men with long guns when police officers don’t even carry long guns in that community.”

The group has another walk planned for October 4.



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