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For First Time, A Colorado Judge Denies Confiscation Request Under Red Flag Law

• By Rick Sallinger

Since the law took effect, the red flag law has had many gun owners seeing red. At least four requests have been filed since the first of 2020; CBS4 is aware of them being filed in Denver, in Larimer County and this one — in Lincoln County.

Many gun owners, like Jak Gruenberg, despise it.

"Red flag laws just allow for harassment of legal gun owners," he said.

The law allows guns to be taken away from those who present a danger to themselves or others. The decision is up to a judge.

CBS4 obtained the request for a temporary extreme risk protection order filed in Limon. A woman wrote she was getting "verbal and physical threats" with a handgun from the man identified in the order.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Look in the article above, for the words: "... the man identified in the order." If the order doesn't include the word "man" with reference to the person identified in the order, it is not the man who is identified. And even if it DOES include "man," it still might not be the particular man who is identified. The named person is a created person, created by some attorney and/or judge. This person is on paper. It is designed to entrap the man into accepting that he is the person on the paperwork, so that they (the courts) have authority over him. If the woman is being harassed by the man, she should file a claim (not a complaint) of harassment against the man, and require payment from him, and/or jail time, for the wrong that he, a man, did to her, a woman. --- A person on paperwork is not a man/woman.

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