At this moment, the Herndon police department, in cooperation with the U.S. Park Police, are executing a search warrant for Adam Kokesh at his residence in Virginia. According to Fox news, “Roads have been blocked off in the area of the 1500 block of Snow Flake Court in Herndon and residents have been told to stay indoors while police serve the warrant.” Kokesh’s July 4th video of him loading a shotgun in Washington, D.C. within blocks of the capitol has been viewed over 170,000 times . . .
The D.C. police had this to say about the original incident:
D.C. Police Chief Lanier told us on July 4th, “You’re allowed to have a rifle [or] shotgun registered for your home, if you’re a D.C. resident and it’s registered for the protection of your home. You can transport it through the District of Columbia as well. But there are rules for that transport. What [Kokesh] did [Thursday] morning, if in fact that was a real firearm [with] real ammunition, would be a violation of the law.”
The original version of this story indicated that the warrant being executed was an arrest warrant. That is not the case — yet. Stay tuned.