League of the South Officer Convicted of Gun Possession at Demonstration

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    Judi Lynn
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    January 14, 2020

    Brett Barrouquere

    An officer in the neo-Confederate group League of the South has been convicted of illegally carrying a gun during a demonstration over the removal of a Confederate monument in North Carolina.

    After being found guilty Friday, Jessica Lynne Reavis, a 40-year-old from Danville, Virginia, complained about losing her Glock .40 caliber handgun, dozens of rounds of ammunition and her pepper-spray gun.

    Reavis, who works as a long-haul truck driver, said the misdemeanor conviction in district court in Chatham County, North Carolina, could mean the security clearance she needs for work will be revoked.

    “If I am found guilty and lose my security clearance … everything I worked for for my entire life will be lost,” Reavis told the court.


    Jessica Lynne Reavis

    Jessica Lynne Reavis, 40, of Danville, Virginia, Richard Dundas Allen, 43, of Pittsboro, Thalia Katheria Considnie, 30, of Durham.

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    Jan Boehmerman
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    Since when do you need a security clearance go drive a semi?

    “A society of sheep must in time beget a government of wolves” ~ French philosopher Bertrand de Jouvenel (1903-1987)

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