ODESSA, TX – The 2nd amendment rights group Open Carry Texas has responded to the multiple arrests that occurred earlier this month at Daddy Zane's sports bar.
As previously reported, on May 5, the Ector County Sheriff's Office received a call from a member of the media regarding a group of people inside a bar dressed in M.A.S.H. with body armor and possible automatic weapons.
When deputies arrived they found Bid Daddy Zane's filled with members of the open carry group "Open Texas." A SWAT Team was called in and eight suspects were arrested during the incident. Here is the original story: WATCH: SWAT Called In After Armed Group Protests Inside Sports Bar
Now Open Carry Texas' Vice President David Amad says they are returning to Odessa on June 6 and will be bringing 150 men with him.
Amad claims the protest will be peaceful and assures law enforcement that if anyone breaks the law during the protest they would surrender peacefully but also said if protestors don’t believe they’ve broken the law and are arrested, Sherrif Griffis and his deputies should be prepared.
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