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2 gun advocates show up at N.H. university

Despite protest, pair appeared to be unarmed

Bradley Jardis spoke about the right to bear arms before a small crowd on the campus of Plymouth State University. Bradley Jardis spoke about the right to bear arms before a small crowd on the campus of Plymouth State University. (LYNNE TUOHY/ASSOCIATED PRESS)
By Lynne Tuohy
Associated Press / December 10, 2011
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Two men who said they would bring guns with them to a state university campus to protest a policy banning them made their case with words, not weapons, yesterday. Former police Officer Bradley Jardis and Army veteran Tommy Mozingo showed up at Plymouth State University in suits and clearly without the loaded rifles they had planned to tote. Had they brought weapons, they faced being charged with contempt of a court order issued Thursday barring them from bringing weapons onto any state university.

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