It’s not too often courts side on behalf of gun owners who bring their guns to work.
That’s because most Americans believe a gun at work is a sign of an unstable person who’ll soon go postal and “will kill everyone.”
That’s more or less what happened to a Mississippi man who was fired for keeping a legally owned gun in his locked car on company property.
When it was discovered he had the gun on the property he was fired for owning the gun. Shortly thereafter the rest of the staff were notified about the termination and were told to report on him if they saw him on the property again.
So the man sued his former company and won!
A unanimous three-judge panel found on Monday that a Mississippi man could sue his former employer after being fired for keeping a gun in a locked vehicle on