Remember that dancing FBI agent who dropped his duty gun while doing a backflip in a crowded bar and accidentally shot a man in the leg when he went to pick it up? He’s allowed to carry his gun again.
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According to the New York Times, Chase Bishop was in a Denver court on Wednesday when his lawyer, David Goddard, asked Judge Frances Simonet to modify a protection order to let him carry his service weapon on and off duty. Goddard noted that the FBI encourages its agents to carry “at all times” unless instructed otherwise.
The request was granted, provided that Bishop do so “in a manner pursuant to FBI policy,” Ken Lane, Denver District Attorney spokesman told the Denver Post. Lane added that the DA didn’t fight the request because the injured patron, Tom Reddington, didn’t object.
The Associated Press reports that the hearing was originally scheduled so that prosecutors could lay out evidence against Bishop, but that plan was scrapped after Bishop was offered a plea deal. Goddard said Bishop …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life