Jan 222015
 January 22, 2015  Posted by  Court, Laws, Surveillance, U.S.

Raquel Okyay reports:

Gun rights advocates have asked Rochester District Court to end a state regulation they contend authorizes the state to secretly compile personal mental health information without cause to confiscate firearms in violation of the Second, Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments.

“We made a motion for preliminary injunction to shut down the Integrated SAFE Act Reporting System,” said Webster-based attorney and policy analyst, Paloma A. Capanna.  “Our concern here is that the New York State police in conjunction with local law enforcement are using confidential mental health information to strip people of their firearms and pistol licenses.”

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