I regret to inform everyone that after speaking with Attorney Walter Maksym, we've decided to cancel the Amicus Brief we were planning on filing for the upcoming 2nd Amendment Supreme Court case.
The single reason for cancelling it is this: we have not raised enough money. It has also become clear that there in no hope for us to raise that kind of money. It would take a HUGE time investment on my part or ANYONE ELSE to raise that sort of money. If someone else wants to stand up and raise it, please be my guest. I currently am not able to invest such time. I was hoping putting it out there on this site and another site would do the trick, and that the community would take over and spread that word, but that didn't happen.
I'm actually not too disappointed. I really don't like donations or raising money for political things anyways. Raising money for people -- people in need -- people who have been victimized -- is an entirely different story. That, in my opinion, is a pretty noble cause. I hate when people give money to organizations, which is why I don't belong to any organizations of any kind any longer. That is why ICarry.org is actually not an organization. If we had ICarry.com it would be more fitting -- because we are a community.
So if you're giving money to the NRA or any of the other pro-gun organizations, I would suggest you stop as I have. It's a waste of money, money you'll never see again, and money that won't do a bit of difference. People make the difference, not money. Don't expect someone else to make a difference for you just because you send them money.
Lastly, if anyone who recently donated for the Amicus Brief would like their money refunded, I will happily do so. Please send an email to email@example.com and request your refund, and it will be done ASAP. If you don't get your refund soon after that, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call me.
Sorry for the disappointing news, but we will continue on. Monies raised from this will go 100% to another worthy pro-gun project, most likely my appellate court proceedings, where I will WIN as I did in the lower court. We could see another serious pro-gun court victory that reaffirms with no uncertain language our ability to fannypack and be left alone. Next stop from there is CCW.