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Gary’s going away party was held June 16, 2012, and Ginny Simone with NRA News who has been covering the story from the start, was there to cover Gary’s send off party. You can see that coverage [here.]You can read the legal briefs and see the media coverage of Gary’s fight for justice athttp://michellawyers.com/gary-tudesko. Additional videos about the case are posted athttp://michellawyers.com/significant-cases/firearms-cases/.
Tudesko made national headlines in 2009 with his Second Amendment success story. That year, then sixteen-year-old high school student Tudesko was expelled for having unloaded shotguns in his pick-up truck that he had legally parked on an off-campus, public street near the Willows High School campus. The high school is in a small, rural community north of Sacramento, California, and is known for good water fowl hunting. The unloaded shotguns were in his truck because he had gone duck hunting in the early morning hours before school.