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    • 06 Aug 2014
    • 31 Oct 2014
      ** UPDATE - UPDATE - UPDATE  **

    If you are not already familiar with the injustice being done to Ms. Shaneen Allen, please click these links:

    The New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS) is launching a Nationwide effort to save Ms. Allen from a minimum 5-year prison sentence - NOT for committing a crime with a gun, but merely for crossing the border from Pennsylvania into New Jersey with her legally owned firearm. She mistakenly thought her PA carry permit was valid in NJ (as it SHOULD be). She made a mistake. She didn't commit a "gun crime".
     NJ2AS President interviewed on
    Polite Society
    Radio about Shaneen Allen.

    Due to these charges, Shaneen Allen was fired from her job. If you would like to donate to Shaneen directly to help her pay her bills while she is going through this ordeal, you may do so at the Shaneen Allen Emergency Fund


    Alan Gottlieb, director of the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and Tom Gresham of Gun Talk Radio Fame have teamed up with the NJ2AS to raise awareness of the plight of Shaneen Allen. We are collaborating on a BILLBOARD CAMPAIGN within Atlantic County. We plan to educate NJ residents about Ms. Allen and how she is being persecuted by the AC prosecutor, James P. McClain.

    Tax deductible donations can be made directly to the SAF by making an online donation and adding the note "NJ BILLBOARD PROJECT" in the comment or purpose section. If you prefer, you may mail your donation to SAF at:

    12500 NE Tenth Place
    Bellevue, WA 98005

    Or you may donate directly to the NJ2AS HERE.

    Please do not forget to include
    NJ BILLBOARD PROJECT in the memo section of your check

    UPDATE: SUCCESS - We have raised more than enough funds to contract for *FOUR* Billboards in the area of the Atlantic County Criminal Courthouse Complex. They will be up and operational on 9/15/2014. Residual funds will be used to help support Shaneen and her family. THANK YOU!


    We are continuing to ask *ALL* Americans all across the country, as well as Second Amendment and Liberty oriented groups to contact the following individuals to express their objection to her mistreatment:

    James P. McLain

    Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office
    4997 Unami Boulevard
    Mays Landing, New Jersey 08330
    (609) 909-7800
    (609) 909-7802 FAX

    Governor Christopher Christie
    Office of the Governor
    PO Box 001
    Trenton, NJ 08625


    New Jersey Attorney General
    John Hoffman
    Richard J. Hughes Justice Complex
    25 Market Street
    P.O. Box 080
    Trenton, NJ 08625
    (609) 292-8740
    (609) 292-3508 FAX

    Judge Michael Donio
    Atlantic County Criminal Court Complex
    4997 Unami Blvd.
    Mays Landing, NJ 08330
    (609) 909-8204

    You may also send email to:

    This is extremely URGENT! This young mother is being railroaded into prison by an ambitious prosecutor without a conscience.

    Here is your chance to help a young mother and save her family from a grave injustice. PLEASE HELP!

    For more information:





    Gun Talk Radio with Tom Gresham

    Armed American Radio with Mark Walters

    Please consider making a donation directly to Shaneen. Her bills are piling up while she is going through this ordeal.

    Shaneen Allen Emergency Fund

    • 08 Aug 2014
    • 31 Oct 2014
    • Public Property Near the Atlantic County Court Complex


    I need the help of all our Atlantic County members and supporters, as well as anyone else willing to help distribute pamphlets in the area of the Atlantic County Criminal Court Complex. There will be an online video about how to properly exercise your first amendment rights while distributing this information. We will be working with the FULLY INFORMED JURY ASSOCIATION (, a 501(c)3 educational organization dedicated to Jury Rights. Please keep in mind that we are not permitted to reference any specific case while distributing these pamphlets. This effort is about jury rights in general,especially as they relate to all cases involving issues surrounding the Second Amendment

    In many cases involving Second Amendment protected rights, the jurors are misinformed about their right to deliberate using their reason and conscience. It is time that we did our job to help inform jurors of their rights and responsibilities.

    FIJA has prepared informative pamphlets that answer questions that jurors may have about their rights under the law, including, but not limited to, jury nullification (for more information go to They have trained multitudes of civic minded people in how to properly disseminate these materials without running afoul of the law. We will work with them to train interested individuals to distribute these pamphlets in the area of the Atlantic County Criminal Court Complex.

    (You may want to watch full screen)

    Points to keep in mind

    Pamphleting in front of courthouses has been done thousands of times without incident, but certain protocols should be followed to minimize the risk of interference from "authority figures.”

    > 1) Remain on public sidewalks and avoid court “owned" property. We will offer information to all that pass by. Avoid distracting conversations. Present a professional appearance. Dress for success.

    > 2) This effort is not connected to any particular case. No one passing out flyers should have any signs, buttons or t-shirts that mention a particular defendant.

    > 3) Stay in groups, preferably of three or more. Teams of two are the minimum. Don’t get separated from your teammates. Stay alert. The situation can change rapidly.

    > 4) Have cameras ready. If a cop is within sight, hit record. If a cop engages anyone in conversation, surround that person with cameras. Have plenty of battery charge and available storage capacity. Live streaming is a great idea. Back up voice recorders are also great if you have one. These tools are our protection from fabricated “evidence” to support bogus charges.

    > 5) No one is in charge. Everyone is responsible for themselves. Participate at your own risk. Although nothing we will be doing is illegal, that doesn’t necessarily matter to grumpy law enforcers, prosecutors or judges. They hate to lose control of their “justice” system to informed jurors. Plan in advance how you will respond to police that may want to engage you. The best way to talk to cops is not to. “Am I free to go, or am I being detained?"

    > 6) Police may demand ID and run your info. Decide in advance what level of cooperation you will offer. If you have outstanding warrants, stay home. You may even want to check to make sure you didn’t forget about a traffic citation from long ago. Make sure that have no contraband on your person or in your vehicle (almost everything is illegal in Jersey).

    If you are interested in performing both a public service and helping our Society. Please register for this project. Originally we were going to do the training in person, but we decided it would be more efficient to conduct it online and record it for "on demand" access. I will post the URL ASAP.

    Thank you

    Frank Jack Fiamingo
    President - NJ2AS

    • 20 Aug 2014
    • 31 Oct 2014
    • Atlantic County, NJ

    SUCCESS - We have raised more than enough funds to contract for *FOUR* Billboards in the area of the Atlantic County Criminal Courthouse Complex. The specific locations for those who are interested are:

    1. 7096 Rt. 322 - 1.1 miles West of Rt. 40
    2. 7110 Rt. 322 - 0.4 Miles West of Rt. 50
    3. 7151 Rt. 40 0.75 Miles West of Rt. 322
    4. 7181 Rt. 40 .03 Miles West of Rt. 50

    Residual funds will be used to help support Shaneen and her family. THANK YOU!

    THE NJ BILLBOARD CAMPAIGN is a project sponsored by the New Jersey Second Amendment Society (NJ2AS), The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), and Gun Talk Radio. The intention of this project is to bring awareness of the grave mistreatment of Ms. Shaneen Allen to the citizens of Atlantic County, NJ. We are trying to get the message out that this young woman is being treated unfairly. We have identified several possible locations where we can contract for these billboards that will have the maximum impact on the people of that area. Ultimately, if this case goes to trial, the citizens of Atlantic County must determine her fate. We want to make sure that they are fully informed of their rights as citizens and jurors. We must all remember how unfairly the judge in the Brian Aitken case treated Brian. He basically bullied the jury into disregarding the information that moving was a valid exemption for transporting your firearms in NJ, because he unilaterally decided that the exemption did not apply. As you may be aware, that ruling was eventually overturned on appeal. We do NOT wish to see a repeat of that kind of judicial and prosecutorial misconduct.

    If you believe in what we are doing, you may donate either to the SAF or directly to the NJ2AS. In either case, please make sure that you indicate "NJ BILLBOARD PROJECT" in the memo section of your check, or in the comment or purpose section of you online donation. Thank you for your participation. We cannot allow this young woman to spend her children's formative years in prison for what amounts to a simple mistake.


    • 24 Sep 2014
    • 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
    • Knights Of Columbus 4969, 209 Tennyson Avenue, Toms River, NJ 08753

    The September monthly meeting of the New Jersey Second Amendment Society will be held on Wednesday, September 24, 7:30PM at the Knights of Columbus No. 4969 in Toms River.

    The meeting will be led by NJ2AS President Frank Jack Fiamingo. Topics will include:

    Update on Shaneen Allen

    The Future of the NJ2AS

    Membership involvement

    Constitutional Carry

    Everyone who believes in our mission is invited to attend. There is no cost to attend our meetings, however since we are a non-profit Society and depend on contributions from our member supporters, donations are always greatly appreciated.

    Please note that no video or audio recording of our meetings is permitted unless prior written permission has been granted by the New Jersey Second Amendment Society. 

    Contrary to popular belief. We do retain the right to both keep and carry firearms for lawful purposes here in the state of New Jersey. The right is as valid here as it is anywhere else on this planet. However, if you exercise this right, the three branches of NJ government will conspire against you, convict you of a felony and send you to prison. They are able to do this because the people of NJ continue to allow them to do so.

    It is the intention of the NJ2AS to end this conspiracy.


 New Jersey Second Amendment Society
P.O. Box 128
Manahawkin, NJ 08050

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