Alan Gottlieb, founder and executive vice president of the Second Amendment Foundation will travel to New Jersey Dec. 12 to join speakers at a rally in Toms River in support of Brian Aitken.
The New Jersey man has been imprisoned for essentially having two legally-owned handguns in his car, parked at his parents' home, along with other belongings he was moving to a new residence in another city.
Gottlieb will join Scott Bach, president of the Association of New Jersey Association Rifle & Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) at the microphone, along with radio personality Dennis Malloy, attorney and author Evan Nappen, and members of the New Jersey Legislature, Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll and Assemblywoman Allison Little McHose. Also scheduled to speak are firearms training expert Anthony Colandro and Gene Hoyas of ConservativeNewJersey.com.
"Brian Aitken's case is a clear demonstration of how easily New Jersey's restrictive gun laws can be abused," Gottlieb stated. "SAF and ANJRPC recently filed a federal lawsuit aimed at how the state's Draconian gun law is administered. How could I not be there on Dec. 12 to support a man whose case amounts to a civil rights outrage?"
The rally is sponsored by the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, which is raising public awareness about Aitken's plight. Their goal is to petition Gov. Chris Christie to grant clemency and release Aitken from prison before Christmas.
The rally begins at 2 p.m. at the American Legion Post 129 at 2025 Church Road in Tom's River.
Article by Second Amendment Foundation