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Constitutional Sheriff Richard Mack Challenges Sheriff Newell Normand


David Abadie



Sheriff Richard Mack, the head of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, has recently said he would gladly debate sheriff Normand on his interpretation of the Constitution and the role of the Sheriff.  Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, was the first in the country to file a lawsuit against the Clinton administration to stop the intrusiveness associated with the Brady Bill.  Mack’s case went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court where he won a landmark decision on the issue of states’ rights and local sovereignty.

This challenge came about after I asked sheriff Normand what he thought of sheriff Mack’s book ‘County Sheriff: America’s Last Hope’.  First off, I recommend everyone read this book.  Sheriff Normand told me that Mack “Was all wet (on the Constitution)”. I proceeded to ask Normand what that meant and he said, “He’s got it all wrong. He’s all wrong on the Constitution”. Looking up the interpretation of the phrase “all wet”, I discovered it referred to being drunk.  Upon hearing these comments, Mack offered the opportunity to debate sheriff Normand on the meaning and interpretation of the Constitution.  Normand is a lawyer, I would think this would be well within his comfort zone.  Mack would love to fly in anytime and debate these issues.  So, the challenge stands. Sheriff Normand, shoot me an email and let me know when we can set this up.

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