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Morality vs. Law & the Publics Right To Know the Truth

Though there are laws for the protection from invasion of personal privacy, if the product is the property of the people, the moral obligation is to give it to the people. This post Morality vs. Law & the Publics Right To Know the Truth appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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