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5 steps concealed carry permit holders should follow

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After speaking to veteran members of law enforcement, here are some recommendations:

1. Understand the officer’s mindset

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The use of hazard lights: The law explained to Florida drivers

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Miami-Dade’s first black female police officer Thelma Harris dies at 88

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As a teenager new to her neighborhood, Thelma Gaitor Freeman Harris was enthralled in two passions: going to the library and participating in amateur shows with her sisters at the Harlem Square hotspot in Overtown.

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At 8:47pm on July 6, 2017,
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Janet Liebsch
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Jesse..! Nice to "see" ya and hope all is well with you!

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At 5:58pm on June 23, 2017, David Pence said…

Happy Birthday Jesse

At 11:53pm on December 12, 2016, Tracey Martini said…
Thanks you to and please be safe out there.
At 9:28am on June 24, 2015,
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Officer Derek Tomlinson
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Great party last night brother, thanks for the invite! Janet, that's exactly how they were lined up.

At 1:46pm on June 23, 2015,
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Janet Liebsch
said…

screw the cake .. Patron = much better!!! Great job Cappy 

At 12:03pm on June 23, 2015,
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Capt. D Lewis
said…

Happy Birthday Jesse. I don't have a special cake like Janet, but I do have a bottle of Patron with your name on it.

At 9:52am on June 23, 2015,
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Janet Liebsch
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Happy birthday Jesse -- I found you a special cake

At 12:08pm on May 28, 2015,
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Janet Liebsch
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Just popping by to say hi and...

At 10:16am on March 11, 2015,
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Officer Derek Tomlinson
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Hey brother. Stay safe and thanks for the help.

At 3:33pm on March 7, 2015,
USFRA Staff
Janet Liebsch
said…

Thanks Jesse and appreciate your kind comments .. but we're not always professional as you saw with that "mud butt" / fart chart post.  Have a great weekend!

 
 
 

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