viewtopic.php?f=94&t=8454&p=774542#p774658Dan1100 wrote:A little more on Karl P. Koenigs.mimi wrote:Thanks.
I saw he just tweeted 5 days ago, so I figured it was recent.
puzzle solved. Court date today!
One more case shows.
Which leads me to believe he got pulled over DWI and refused a breath test.2016GF000522 05-26-2016 Dodge Filed Only Koenigs, Karl P. 01-1957 Group File of Karl P. Koenigs - Blood Draw Search Warrant
Would it be better to move this to a different thread?
(3:32) Defendant Karl P. Koenigs in court, in custody via video w/o counsel. Kurt Frederich Klomberg appeared for the State of Wisconsin. Defendant has received copy of Criminal Complaint and advised of rights, charges and penalties. Court finds probable cause. Court enters Not Guilty plea. RD & JT set. Court sets $500 PA bond with conditions: Defendant shall not have any violent or abusive contact with anyone. Defendant shall not possess any weapons or firearms. Defendant shall not consume alcohol or other intoxicants. Defendant must maintain absolute sobriety. Defendant shall not operate a motor vehicle unless he has a valid Wisconsin driver's license. Return date scheduled for June 20, 2016 at 02:30 pm. Jury trial scheduled for July 26, 2016 at 08:15 am.
There are other posts, but I'm not going to bring them over right now.
Anyhoo... Karl posted on facebook:
Karl P. Koenigs
8 hrs ·
LET IT BE KNOWN, that the NEW Wisconsin Gun law, which I HELPED TO DRAFT, says that a person DOES NOT NEED A Concealed Carry Permit, to have a sidearm in your vehicle for personal protection.
Let it be known also that our Criminally Constitutionally contemptuous Courts in Wisconsin are claiming that the old 1988 Gun law that did not allow a person to carry a sidearm in the vehicle, takes precedence over the NEW 2011 Gun law that SPECIFICALLY allows people to carry a loaded sidearm in your vehicle, without a permit. The Wisconsin Courts and therefore the Bluecoats (Cops) and the Sheriff's Department are saying, LITERALLY, that you have to have the loaded sidearm on the dash in compliance with the old 1988 law, EVEN THOUGH the NEW 2011 GUN law states, specifically, that you DO NOT NEED a permit to carry in a vehicle. The Courts are in COMPLETE CONTEMPT for the rule of law and order in Wisconsin.
So the Bluecoats of Beaver Dam Wisconsin and the Dodge County Sheriff's Department stole both of my side arms, because they were not "on the dash" and they also stole all of my long guns that were FULLY ENCASED and they will not let me have them back.
1.) An AR-10
2.) A 10-22
3.) A customized Wasser (like an AK-47)
4.) And a Tactical 930 Mossberg Shotgun.
They stole all of these firearms from me and refuse, along with the Courts, to give them back. In addition to my H&K VP-40 that was under my drivers seat but slid forward a few inches. And, my Smith and Wesson 44 Magnum that was way far under the passenger's seat.
These Beaver Dam Wisconsin and Dodge County Wisconsin Sheriff's Department Bluecoat enemies of our Second Amendment and the rest of our Bill of Rights laws which WE THE PEOPLE "ordained and established" UPON THEM to secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, are "Only doing their job" to steal the firearms of all Americans they can, cased or uncased, in accord with the rule of law or not... They know that our Constitutionally contemptuous Wisconsin Court system will always disobey the rule of law and steal our firearms and our wages and salaries to increase the size, power and scope of our Municipal, County, State and U.S. Governments.
Cops (Bluecoats) and most Sheriff's Departments always refuse to honor their Oath to Support and Defend The Constitution against all enemies, both Courts and Municipal, County, State and U.S. Governments, like all good Nazis.
Are the Bluecoats going to steal your guns next, for obeying the NEW Gun laws rather than to old ones they replaced
- Capt. Karl
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And for fun, a pic of Karl's activities yesterday.
Karl P. Koenigs
15 hrs ·
Capt. Karl, under the Liberty Tree, in the public square, just before Fireworks, passing out pocket Constitutions.
And, providing a bit of public edification at every opportunity.
A bunch of other stuff in his facebook, including a video I didn't watch where a guy is complaining about getting thrown out of Wells Fargo Bank for just talking about Independence Day. Sure.