Westchester Community College Adjunct Wins in Court

A fired Westchester Community College instructor waging a free-speech battle against college officials is no danger to them or anyone else and may have a gun license, a judge has ruled in White Plains. Patrick Munroe’s gun collection was seized after a pair of arrests on trespassing and harassment charges at the college in early 2004. The county moved to revoke Munroe’s pistol license, but Westchester County Judge Barbara Zambelli denied the motion in December and ordered the county to return his guns. “Before this application was filed, he held a pistol license for more than 32 years without incident,” […]
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