Blairesville, Ga- We live in a day where lawlessness isn’t reported besides a few headliners the media decides to use for its Government run agendas but many go unheard of. That’s the case with this story out of Georgia where a man is arrested for demanding to see a search warrant which didn’t go over well with the UCSO swat squad.
Suddenly, UCSO swat squad showed up in full gear. Six of them. It was like something out of a scary movie as she watched them arrive on the property. Earl’s wife told him that police were in the driveway.
He went out in bathrobe and slippers asking for a warrant. They wouldn’t show him one, and never said what they were there for. Finally they were told that Earl’s daughter was suspected of selling drugs (meth) out of an RV that had been in his driveway (he and his wife had no idea) regarding whether this was true or not with no information to go on.
Earl continued to demand to see a warrant so they basically “contained” him by kneeing him three times in the head. He was then arrested and charged with obstruction (felony and misdemeanor) of an officer. They had charged him with assault but dropped that as Earl was the only one assaulted.
The trial took four days and resulted in a guilty verdict on misdemeanor because he didn’t obey the officer’s commands to stay back/go in the house. All he wanted was to see the warrant. The felony charge resulted in a hung jury. The cops were trying to say that Earl, a little old guy in bathrobe, was like a kung fu ninja who hit the officer by running into him and knocking his hands away.
Earl and his wife are concerned about the conditions of his probation for the misdemeanor. The terms of his probation include no firearms and waiver of fourth amendment rights. They will be subject to unannounced search/seizure at any time of the day or night.
One of Earl’s sentence requirements was that he is supposed to take an anger management class. He went today, got evaluated, and the counselor concluded that Earl did not have an anger issue, but rather a righteous patriot anger issue. The counselor agreed with Earl, and his report concluded that an anger management class was not necessary at this time.
Sadly this didn’t have to happen the way. Earl simply asked to see documentaion they were required to show him and it cost him. It cost him time, money, a record and for the moment the loss of his 2nd Amendment rights.
Freedom isn’t free, it comes with a cost and it’s time we all start supporting one another especially when the persecution comes. There’s a war going on against those who support Freedom, the Constitution, the 2nd Amendment and the list keeps on growing. It’s time we all do our part in this battle and hold people accountable.
Christian Patriots Radio welcomed Karyn Hardiman on the show to discuss the recent situation dealing with Earl Conlon and here’s the link to the show Christian Patriots Radio with Guest Karyn Hardiman
Earl and his family have set up an account for those who can help them in this time of need. Legal fees to protect your rights aren’t cheep and this will be a long road. You can help Earl and his family here at Go Fund Me