Gun Rights Activist Adam Kokesh Can Get Out of Jail, But Can’t Have Any Guns (VIDEO)

Iraq War veteran turned libertarian activist, Adam Kokesh can post a $5,000 bail, which was set at his court hearing on Monday, and be a free man if he so chooses. The only catch being that he won’t be allowed to possess any firearms, or even be in a house with any, at least until his next court date in October.

However, Kokesh’s housemates, which all own firearms, told reporters that they didn’t expect he would post bail anyway and that they predicted he would stay in jail as part of a continued protest.

Kokesh was arrested after police raided his home last week following Kokesh posting a video to YouTube of him loading a shotgun in Washington, D.C.


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