Church Militant Wins In Court, Will Be Permitted To Hold Protest Rally Against Catholic Priests And Bishops On November 16th In Baltimore

Priests and religious orders will be hunted down, and made to die a cruel death. Our Lady of La Salette 19 Sept. 1846 (Published by Mélanie 1879)

Attorney for Church Militant Randazza argued, "Defendants have provided no factual basis or evidence that any violence might occur at Plaintiff's rally — and no support for the notion that Plaintiff would cause enough violence to disturb a poorly positioned wine glass, much less enough to warrant a suspension of the First Amendment." The court agreed. Source


Lets hold Voris and crew to their words - NO VIOLENCE.

Of course when VIOLENCE occurs Voris will blame FBI informants who infiltrated Voris and his peaceful crew.

Can you carry a gun in Baltimore?

Open carry is legal in Maryland only for Maryland Wear/Carry Handgun Permit (WCHP) holders. In order to obtain a WCHP, applicants must be at least 21 years old and must show a good and substantial reason to carry a handgun. WCHPs require a state-approved 16-hour firearms training course that includes live-fire training. An additional 8 hours of training is required at each WCHP renewal. Permits are issued to residents and non-residents.  Some areas are off-limits, including rest areas and state parks.   

Maryland is a Castle Doctrine state. 

In Maryland, deadly force is only legal when defending one's self from the immediate threat of serious injury or death. A person must have reasonable grounds to believe himself or herself in apparent imminent or immediate danger of death or serious bodily harm from his or her assailant or potential assailant; must have in fact believed himself or herself in this danger; must not have been the aggressor or provoked the conflict; and the force used must have not been unreasonable and excessive, that is, the force must not have been more force than the exigency demanded. There is no duty to retreat inside one's home.   Source

no support for the notion that Plaintiff would cause enough violence to disturb a poorly positioned wine glass........