Idaho gun law expert worried about U.N. small firearms treaty

Idaho gun law expert worried about U.N. small firearms treaty

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Idaho Freedom Foundation staff
September 26, 2013
Idaho Freedom Foundation staff
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September 26, 2013
[post_thumbnail]Idaho Attorney and gun rights expert Alex Kincaid discusses her concerns with the United States signing on to a UN treaty that would limit distribution of certain firearms.

U.S Secretary of State John Kerry reportedly signed a United Nations treaty Wednesday that would seek to limit the sale and distribution of small, personal firearms. In Idaho, one of the state's foremost experts on gun laws sees the treaty as very dangerous.

"The goal here is to begin building an international gun owner's registry," said Alex Kincaid, attorney and constitutional expert with the 3GLaw.com firm in Boise. "Constitutionally, the U.S. Senate now has to ratify this if we are to be beholden to it. I'm concerned, however, that the president will go ahead and sign it himself, and then basically bully members of his party in the Senate to demand a ratification vote from them."

Full audio of Kincaid's comments can be heard HERE.

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