Remember the arrest of two men last fall at Ole Miss? The feds arrested Virgil Dennison and Kyler Campbell for possession of weapons on a school campus. The two men protested the vote to remove the state flag on October 22. They were escorted back to their vehicle by University PD. The police saw two shotguns in Campbell's truck and things went downhill from there for the two defenders of The Flag. It didn't help matters that "Campbell had pending felony charges". Police arrested them on October 23, 2015 after federal agents filed a criminal complaint. What the media did not report is the federales dropped the charges five days later.
Read the dismissal below. The order states:
Pursuant to Rule 48(a) ofthe Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and by leave of court endorsed hereon, the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Mississippi hereby dismisses the Criminal Complaint against both defendants.A Google search didn't reveal the dismissal of the criminal complaint was posted anywhere in the media. The file is posted below.
Kingfish note: The Kingfish was going to ask why the U.S. Attorney had not charged the woman who brandished a pistol around a bunch of kids at Forest Hill High School with a similar charge. These two guys had two shotguns in their vehicle and did not carry them. This woman threatened kids with a gun yet no federal charges.