Posted September 21, 2022 9:00 am by Comments

By Grace Stevens

The Texas case arose out of the conviction of a man who had purchased a gun while under indictment and lied about it during his background check, according to [US District Court Judge David] Counts’ ruling. Last year, while indicted on charges of burglary and missing court dates, Jose Gomez Quiroz tried to buy a semi-automatic pistol at an Alpine store. He denied he was under indictment on his background check form, and, after a seven-day wait for approval, picked up his new gun.
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