Feb 8, 2017
Gun rights Facebook stunt in Michigan condemned
The men, who describe themselves as "Independent police auditors", said they were filing a complaint, and live-streamed the encounter on Facebook. Police said the stunt was "Irresponsible" and that people had "Fled in fear for their safety". Mr Baker began a live video stream to Facebook outside the police station. Although openly carrying firearms is permitted in the state, the stunt drew widespread criticism from both law enforcement and gun rights advocates. The president of Michigan Open Carry, a gun rights advocacy group, called Chief Haddad to condemn the stunt.
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