McMillan would like to help the New York Boycott

McMillan sells some great firearms. They sell a lot to police agencies. We stood with them when they got screwed over by their bank. Now Kelly McMillan wants to help us out. A reader received this in an email from Kelly,

Give me a list specific agencies where the Commissioner or Police chief have made public statements in support of a firearms ban, then I will agree not to sell to those departments.

Kelly D. McMillan

Kelly tells me that he has concerns about cutting off all police in a given area just because of the actions of a few. While I obviously don’t agree totally with him I have to admit that he has a point. Am I to complain when he offers me half of what I want instead of all of it? No way!

I have offered to build this list for Kelly. Here’s what I need.

  • Names of Police Chiefs and Commissioners who have prostituted their uniforms in service to the anti-gun cause.
  • Specifics. Dates, times, and most importantly, LINKS to source material. That can be these anti-gunner’s own press releases, video, or neutral news reports.

I’ll get you started with my favorite example

Baltimore County Police Chief Jim Johnson We saw him testify in Congress that we need to ban “assault weapons” and “high-capacity” magazines. Johnson is the Chairman of the National Law Enforcement Partnership to Prevent Gun Violence which has as its policy agenda

  • Require background checks for all firearm purchasers.
  • Improve background checks by ensuring that the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), which maintains records of those who are legally prohibited from purchasing guns, be complete and accurate.
  • Ban new semi-automatic assault weapons.
  • Limit high-capacity ammunition magazines to ten rounds.
  • Oppose federal preemption of state laws governing the carrying of concealed weapons.

I need YOUR help. In addition to giving me the names of people you already know of, research the names at this organization. Get started with this handy list of people on their latest (PDF) press release.

  • Chief Anne Glavin, California State University, Northridge, CA
  • Chief Terry Cunningham, Wellesley, MA
  • Chief John Dixon, Petersburg, VA
  • Dolores (“ʺDee”ʺ) Danser, Chief, Dickinson College Public Safety
  • Mike Fink, Deputy Chief, University of Pennsylvania
  • Mike Webster, Director, Campus Safety, McDaniel College.
  • Kent Barker, Chief, Tualatin, OR
  • Dwight Henninger, Chief, Vail, CO
  • Russell Laine, Chief, Algonquin, IL
  • Joseph H. Lumpkin, Sr., Chief of Police, Athens Clark County, GA
  • Colonel Steven O’ʹDonnell, Superintendent, RISP/Commissioner, RI Department of Public Safety.
  • Shawn Jones, Deputy Chief, Atlanta, GA
  • Martha Montalvo, Executive Assistant Chief, Houston, TX.
  • Travis Christian, Chief, Waverly, PA
  • Keith Humphrey, Chief of Police, Norman, OK
  • Virgil Green, Chief of Police, Spencer, OK
  • Victor McCraw, Captain, Arizona Department of Public Safety
  • William Nagle, Deputy Chief, Denver, CO
  • Thomas Ryff, Chief, Tempe, AZ
  • Perry Tarrant, Captain, Tucson, AZ
  • John Vinson, Chief of Police, University of Washington

I am swamped trying to keep up with the New York Boycott. A volunteer to help with this would be awesome.

We provide the list and the details, Kelly McMillan makes the final determination at his sole discretion.

A Warning. There are those who would take this half a loaf offer and spit on it as “not good enough.” Before you take that attitude, consider that Kelly McMillan has offered to lose actual paying business for our cause. I appreciate his willingness to help us out here and I expect that all of you will treat that offer with the same respect.

13 responses to “McMillan would like to help the New York Boycott

  1. Cunningham of Wellesley, MA is up there twice. I suspect much the same could be made of every *University* cop in California.

  2. Well targeted version of the boycott. I think he’s going to find damn few departments in the broader banned areas that they can do business with though.

  3. The Moscow Idaho police department needs to go on the list. Here is the letter from the city council.

    Of note that it was based off of recommendations from the Moscow Police Department. I will try and get my hands on a copy of that memo here in the near future. The meeting minutes from Moscow and Chief David Duke’s name appear right here.

  4. I know you are swamped keeping track of these yahoos, but one additional point- we aren’t very good with the carrot, sometimea, though we are good with the stick. There are a lot of local peace officers signing up to tell these lawmakets where to stick it- even in areas where the ban is off its traction. It’d be nice if we could get some recognition to them. It may be there are some people in unfriendly states that could use a hand keeping their jobs and tools- does anybody have a list like that going? Pro gun cops in anti gun areas could use a boost, and after all, some of them actually ARE on our side.

  5. Wolfman: I don’t know of one. I don’t even know how one would approach something like that.

    I too am sick and tired of politically appointed police chiefs prostituting their uniforms in service to citizen disarmament. They are traitors in need of knifing.

  6. I sent you an email before I saw this post.

    Bravo Company is refusing to do business with Milwaukee any more.

    The police chief there is a piece of work.

  7. I realize that last link is a little hyperbolic, but I knew the guy so I didn’t take it that way.

    A more sober take on this thug


    My message to my troops is if you see anybody carrying a gun on the streets of
    Milwaukee, we’ll put them on the ground, take the gun away and then decide whether you have a right to carry it.

  8. Wasn’t it McMillan that hired Lon Horiuchi, FBI sniper and murderer of women and children, to be their spokesman and got all butthurt when people complained?

  9. Wildbill: Absolutely not. That was HS Precision.

  10. Thank you sir. I stand corrected. Getting old sucks. I read somewhere that as we age our memory deteriorates, but don’t remember where I read it. Oh well.

  11. Would it be fair to include any police department which reports to a member of Mayors Against Illegal Guns?

    Most police chiefs are appointed officials, and they’re appointed by the mayor.