Rick Stanley's Bond Revoked - Back to Jail

Submitted by Bill St. Clair on Thu, 21 Jun 2007 12:54:12 GMT  <== RKBA ==> 

Angela Stark at The Revolutionary Coalition - requires a Yahoo account and a membership to this group to read, so I've copied it below. Rick Stanley has been jailed. His appeals were not up, but the Adams County judge, in his infinite wisdom, decided that the Colorado Supreme Court would not grant his appeal. You remember Rick Stanley, don't you. He's the owner of Stanley Fasteners, in Denver, who protested infringements on the unalienable individual, civil, Constitutional, and human right of every man, woman, and responsible child, to obtain, own, and carry, openly or concealed, any weapon--rifle, shotgun, handgun, machinegun, anything--any time, any place, without asking anyone's permission. Mr. Stanley's protest consisted of wearing a .357 Magnum handgun in a holster while making a speech. Too bad he didn't shoot dead the cops who arrested him. But he has shown that the Constitution is null and void in Colorado.

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Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2007 09:45:27 -0000
Subject: [TheRevolutionaryCoalition] Rick Stanley's Bond Revoked - Back to Jail
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In case you didn't know. I'm sending this out again.

Please send Rick a card or letter to let him know you care. The address is posted below.


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RELEASE: Rick's bond has been revoked and he has been taken into cutody to start serving his sentence.

Judge Plank ruled today, at the end of Rick's 1:30PM hearing in Adams County, that Rick's bond should be revoked and he should start serving his sentence.

Judge Plank feels that, even if Rick is granted an appeal at the Colorado Supreme Court, that they would uphold Rick's conviction and that based on arguments the D.A. presented Rick could possibly be a danger to the community and should therefore start serving his sentence now. All Rick's remaining appeal remedies need to be sought while Rick is behind bars. This is all quite absurd but, none the less, anticipated by both Rick and I. We were both quite certain that eventually they would get their wish to have him in prison.

Our attornies are going to file the appeal with the Co. Supreme Court within the nest 45 days and they also plan to file a petition for reduction of sentence based on his good standing in the community and the fact that he's never committed an actof violence or harmed anyone in his life.

Mean while, this is obviously devestating to myself and the rest of Rick's family, but we are strong and we will manage as best we can while he is away. As soon as I find out what facility he will be serving his sentence I will put the word out so that anyone that is so inclined can write to him. I know he would want to hear from his supporters.

I would like to request that you ALL stop emailing Rick at his email address. I will have enough on my plate without the added responsibility of checking his emails. If there is something of great importance that needs to be communicated you can email me at pamstanley@stanleyfasteners.com. I do repeat that I only want communication that is absolutely necessary as this is also my business email.

I thank you for all your support and prayers.


Pam Stanley



Update from Pam Stanley:

I just got off the phone with him a minute ago. He is hanging in there, as am I.

Rick's current address:

ACDF-Richard Stanley #07-7975
P.O. Box 5001
Brighton, CO. 80601

I'm sure he will love to hear from his supporters so that he knows that he is not forgotten.

Best regards,


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Best of Luck

Submitted by MRJarrell on Thu, 21 Jun 2007 14:14:04 GMT

I wish Rick the best of luck, but I know better than to believe that TPTB in CO will set him free. I interviewed Rick a few years ago when he was planning the Million Gun March and found him to be a passionate individual where his cause was concerned. I do hope he regains his freedoms...and the rights that the state will strip him of, once they decide to release him.

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