Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Stroud District's deputy chairman Raymond Apperly, 67, was charged last November for possession of two cans of pepper spray, kept for the purpose of home protection. Arm Britain fully supports the right of every individual to acquire and use such items for personal defence and will continue to campaign for legalization.
Readers are encouraged to send an email or letter of support to Raymond via his contact details here.
If you have yet to do so, sign our non-lethal weapon petition here.