David Gregory may have violated DC ban on high-capacity magazines


As we pointed out earlier today, a number of tweeters noted that Meet the Press is taped in Washington DC, where it is illegal to possess a high-capacity ammunition magazine.

Here’s David Gregory on Meet the Press this morning (view the video here).


There is no exception in the law for media. Unless that is a fake clip, it appears that Gregory violated DC’s law.

. @davidgregory was waving around a high capacity magazine on his show today, which is illegal under D.C. Firearms code thepatriotperspective.wordpress.com/2012/12/23/dav…

— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) December 23, 2012

@piersmorgan it is a felony to possess a “high cap” mags in DC, @davidgregory committed a FELONY on national tv. you want tougher laws? @mtp

— inerlogic (@inerlogic) December 23, 2012

@davidgregory obtaining themagazine in DC where it is illegal proves how easy it is for anyone to get their hands on these materials.

— Celia Bigelow (@CeliaBigelow) December 23, 2012

Nice to know @davidgregory committed a crime on national TV and nobody cares.

— Harry(@Tark31) December 23, 2012

Petition to bring formal charges against David Gregory 4 violating Washington DC gun law on national TV wh.gov/QWZx @katiepavlich

— Mr. Hyde (@fspaceu) December 23, 2012

Related: Will banning high-capacity magazines really make us safer?

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