John Napolitano lives in Long Island. He’s a competition shooter and has a massive presence in the social media world. His Instagram alone has nearly 100,000 followers. John is a proud, law-abiding gun owner.
But after the State of New York took away his license-to-own firearms, John is ready to take the decision all the way to the Supreme Court.
John and his then wife were going through a divorce at the end of 2017. After a number of seemingly petty calls to the police concerning domestic issues over Wi-Fi and other household appliances, the two of them just wanted to finish the process.
Another call eventually led the Nassau County Pistol Dept. to contact John directly, requesting that he turn in his license and legally owned firearms in his household. John made the department aware that he had already turned over all of his guns to an FFL and agreed to give over his license, being told that as soon as his wife moved out, it would be returned to him.
It wasn’t easy, but after eventually giving $10,000 to his soon-to-be ex, she left.
But when she moved out… the license was nowhere to be found. After repeated failed attempts to have it returned, he had to escalate the situation.
John contacted his lawyer, and the two of them brought evidence that John’s wife was no longer living on the property. This changed nothing.
A Magistrate then told John that owning a gun was ‘a privilege,’ not a right.
Looks like someone didn’t read the Constitution.
Since the incident, John has sunk over $35,000 into fighting the case and getting his rights reinstated.
If you believe in the Second Amendment and want to ensure that gun laws are not being controlled by the agenda of politicians and appointed leaders, you can help support John right here by donating to his GoFundMe page.
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Let’s make sure this doesn’t happen to any other American.