- Apr 19, 2010
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The gun was used as a crime against another person - fists the difference and was the point of my post zi was responding to.I'm not sure how the law works but being that he was never found with the weapon on him and said he had it at one point it probably isn't a crime. Same as saying you used drugs in the past can't get you picked up for drug charges.
In NY, you cannot own a gun unless it is licensed and registered- otherwise that is an illegal weapon. My point was is that a legally owned weapon, if not then the DA could maybe charge him with that. If the shooter testifies he was given the weapon by Miller, then that might be enough to prove ownership.