He belongs in jail.Via commenter BantheNRA, we find a planned rally by NJ gunloons to celebrate Aitken's whiteness and gunloonery has been called off by Aitken:
I think the DA brought up a great point--he wasn't willing to testify in court when his own freedom was on the line, but he's happy to talk to the wingnuts.
If you talk to lawyers they'll tell you this generally means they know they haven't a legal leg to stand on. In fact, any lawyer worth his or her salt will tell a client who does have a legitimate case to shut up and be quiet in the public eye.
This is Brian speaking. I don't think anyone wants this rally to happen more than I do but I have to pull my support from it. In doing so I will ask my lawyer Evan Nappen not to make any comments or to attend. My family will not be attending, and we are asking Dennis to honor our request as well. I understand your intentions are good but as the old proverb goes the road to hell is paved with good intentions, and this could do more harm than good for me. While I sympathize the need for legal reform I can't build a soapbox with my name on it from people whom I do not know to preach their views which I am not aware of, and may not sanction. We are canceling the order for bumper stickers, t shirts and signage for the event. I wish the best for you and your organization.You are prohibited from using and/or benefiting in any way from my name. No person, group or organization may use Brian Aitken's name or make any reference to, of, or about Brian Aitken from this moment forward without the express written permission of Brian Aitken.
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