NY Prosecutors to press case against retired special forces soldier in high capacity magazine case
By William A. Jacobson Wednesday, February 20, 2013 at 3:48pm
I previously reported on the case brought against retired and injured special forces soldier, Nathan Haddad, Injured special forces soldier arrested in upstate NY for possession of high capacity ammunition magazines
Nathan was charged with 5 felony counts for possession of empty 30-bullet magazines.
Nathan had a court appearance today. I have confirmed that prosecutors insist on pursuing criminal charges, offering Nathan the opportunity to plead guilty to 5 Class A Misdemeanors. The plea would not result in jail time, but would result in Nathan having a criminal record which would cause him to lose his civilian job with the Department of Defense….(Con’t)