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(AmmoLand) – In recent events surrounding the AutoKeyCard prosecution case, Assistant United States Attorney (AUSA) Laura Cofer Taylor faced significant backlash for a motion she filed. The motion sought to silence journalists John Crump and Richard Hughes. However, after mounting opposition, it was subsequently withdrawn.
The initial motion had been an alarming request to suppress the voices of journalists reporting on the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida case titled “United States of America v. Ervin and Hoover.” The core of this case revolves around the convictions of Ervin and Hoover, who, in our opinion, have been wrongly found guilty of “violating the National Firearms Act (NFA) of 1934 for selling machine guns and conspiracy.” Although this case has gained considerable attention due to its controversial nature, the move by AUSA Taylor to censor AmmoLand News journalists brought another layer of contention.
Lawyers representing the journalists, Crump & Hughes, did not stand idly by. They promptly filed an emergency challenge to Taylor’s request. Bolstering their stance, 17 prominent online video journalists came forth to support them via…