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Old 10-11-2012, 06:19   #21
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Originally Posted by Bruce M View Post
That sounds really cool. I however might be reluctant to attempt to offer that up to either the US Postal Police or the US Postal Inspection Service just in case they have a slightly different interpretation of whether or not they can enforce that section of Title 18. I wonder when they arrest someone for burglarizing a USPS facility or for committing an armed robbery at a Post Office whether they prosecute that as a federal or state crime?
What on earth does Title 18 have to do with carrying in a post office? Please answer this question.

Burglarizing, yes, it's stated that interference with mail is a federal offense, but that's not the point and has nothing to do with carrying in a post office.
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