Gun Rights Group Sues California Sheriff For Denying Access To Red Flag Confiscation Records

Gun Rights Group Sues California Sheriff For Denying Access To Red Flag Confiscation Records


A prominent gun-rights group sued a California sheriff’s department on Thursday after the organization said law enforcement refused to provide records about red flag firearm confiscations.

The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed suit against Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department over alleged violations of the California Public Records Act and the state constitution, according to a statement from the Second Amendment organization. The FPC wrote that it attempted to obtain records about the state’s red flag program, which enables authorities to seize firearms from those deemed a threat to themselves or others, but were denied by the department.

“People have a right to know how the government is enforcing its laws and policies, especially in cases that involve the seizure of firearms and the suspension of fundamental, constitutionally enumerated rights,” FPC Director of Legal Strategy Adam Kraut said in the statement.

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“The defendants’ denial of our requests is particularly concerning in light of it being a significant matter of great public interest, and we look forward to finding out what they’re hiding from us and all Californians.”

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