Having ready access to firearms was not enough for one enthusiast.
He drove a Duce and a half to his ex's place for some "home correction". And got caught.
Clark Aposhian’s attorney says the face of Utah’s gun lobby was simply "having fun in his big boy toy."
But if convicted of domestic violence after allegedly driving a 2-ton army surplus truck onto his ex-wife’s property, threatening to "run over their cars" and "bury" her husband, Aposhian has a lot to lose. A conviction would force him to give up his arsenal of firearms, his concealed-weapons permit and concealed-carry instructor’s license and, potentially, he could be stripped of his chairmanship of the Utah Shooting Sports Council, his influence in the Utah Capitol and his decadelong seat on the state’s concealed-firearm review board.
"It would be ruinous to this man’s profession," said Aposhian’s attorney Mitch Vilos. "I would blame the Cottonwood Heights police for doing an incompetent investigation."
Now mister I have to wave it constantly or I will lose my grip on it is concerned he will no longer be able to encourage others to act out their inadequacy through firearms fondling. Apparently there is a reverse correlation between sense and income potential.