Rule 2.Is insurance required of any group renting a shelter OR just GUN OWNERS. Smells fishy to me. Could this simply be a way of LFUCG preventing the OC Picnic?
I can't believe this officer actually said this on camera, although I think the camera man didn't have the camera pointed directly at him. Maybe the officer didn't notice.What a nice officer: "I'll take your head off your shoulders." WOW. Just like you said, sounds like terroristic threatening to me, too.
I posted the invitation online and invited the public, and a Lexington police officer saw the invitation and forwarded it to the director of the Division of Parks & Recreation. Ostensibly, the problem was the public invitation designated this as a public event and that triggered a million dollar liability insurance requirement, and that's why the police officer forwarded the invitation, but I have my doubts. I think there are many events that were advertised publicly that aren't required to have the insurance. I can't prove it YET, but I think it's likely that the Open Carry Picnic was given special treatment because it was a Right To Keep & Bear Arms event.I don't understand something. Why was the parks department notified at all? We're a group of people getting together for a picnic, probably 20 or less. No different than any other event.
If someone didn't like it, send the cops! Big deal!:banghead: