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D.C. police urged ‘Meet the Press’ execs to use picture of high-capacity magazine

Judicial Watch and Legal Insurrection obtained an affidavit calling for David Gregory’s arrest after filing a FOIA lawsuit against the Washington Metro Police Department. This lawsuit sought to obtain all government documents regarding the non-prosecution of Gregory after Gregory held up a high-capacity magazine, illegal in D.C., during an interview with

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Detective wanted arrest warrant for NBC’s David Gregory

An article at WCNC.com details David Gregory’s 2013 affidavit, which Judicial Watch and Legal Insurrection recently received after filing a FOIA lawsuit against the Washington Metropolitan Police Department. This lawsuit was a response to Gregory’s non-prosecution after Gregory held up a high-capacity magazine during a Meet the Press interview with

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Judicial Watch Obtains State Department DSCC Records on Terrorist Attack on Benghazi

Top State Department Official Admitted to Congress that Command Center “could follow what was happening in almost real-time” Updated 1/27/15 Tunis, Tunisia, embassy emergency message: http://tunisia.usembassy.gov/warden-message-9-12-2012.html   (Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch announced today that it has obtained court-ordered documents in accordance with

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Former lobbyist ran HUD policy office and championed looser regs while still working for industry group

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The Curious Case of David Gregory’s Exemption from the Law

In this op-ed, Charles C.W. Cooke discusses a 2013 affidavit calling for David Gregory’s arrest, which was obtained by Judicial Watch. Gregory held up an illegal high-capacity magazine on Meet the Press during an interview with NRA’s Wayne LaPierre in December 2012, which focused on the Newtown shooting. DC attorney general Irvin Nathan…

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Affidavit for David Gregory’s Arrest Released

Judicial Watch just obtained an affidavit from the DC Metropolitan Police Department that shows there was probable cause to arrest David Gregory, who held up a high-capacity magazine in December 2012 when he hosted Meet the Press. Gregory, who violated DC’s laws prohibiting high-capacity magazines, was not prosecuted by DC’s attorney…

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Judicial Watch guns for David Gregory

Judicial Watch recently obtained an affidavit showing there was probable cause for David Gregory to be arrested for holding up an illegal high-capacity magazine on Meet the Press in December 2012. Gregory, who was hosting that show, was interviewing NRA president Wayne LaPierre about the 2012 Newtown shooting when he held…

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Documents: Cops wanted to hit ‘Meet the Press’ then-host David Gregory with gun charge

According to an affidavit obtained by Judicial Watch, a Washington Metropolitan Police Department detective said David Gregory should have been arrested for illegally possessing a high-capacity magazine on his then-show Meet the Press in December 2012. Judicial Watch filed a FOIA lawsuit against the DC government with Legal Insurrection to obtain government

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Judicial Watch Obtains Affidavit in Support of Arrest of NBC’s David Gregory

Judicial Watch today announced that it has obtained the affidavit in support of the arrest of NBC’s David Gregory in association with a gun law violation committed in December 2012 on Meet the Press.

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The Fight Over Obama’s Amnesty Decree Has Nothing to Do With Homeland Security


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