Damn pesky common sense … always getting in the way of the Governor’s unconstitutional agenda.

How is Mr. Cuomo to implement his unconstitutional agenda on the entire country as President, if he keeps getting shown up by low-level government employees?

First there was Rensselaer County Clerk Frank Merola, refusing to unseal pistol permit records of people who may not have filed the necessary paperwork under the SAFE Act.  This action brought an angered response from the Governor’s Office, accusing Merola of “not following the law”.

Now there’s this –

Gregory Dean Jr. was recently arrested – pulled over when authorities noticed a license plate lamp was out on his vehicle.  The lamp wasn’t the problem, however.  Troopers noticed a handgun in the vehicle.  The weapon was legally registered to Dean, but upon further inspection, the gun was noted to have 9 rounds as opposed to 7 – a violation of the SAFE Act.

He was charged with ‘Unlawful possession of certain ammunition feeding devices’, and faced a possible 6 months in jail.

For two extra bullets.

The District Attorney in the case, Paul Czajka, has declined to prosecute however.


The Columbia County District Attorney is making good on a promise not to prosecute a man arrested under the SAFE Act.

DA Paul Czajka told NewsChannel 13 he would not prosecute Gregory Dean Jr.

Dean was pulled over earlier this month after police say the light over his license plate was out.

Police say he also had a gun in his car.

While they say it was possessed legally, it had nine rounds of ammunition, which exceeds the state’s new limit of seven rounds.