A Pennsylvania court has rejected State Trooper Michael L. Keyes's attempt to possess a firearm while off duty. Keyes was stripped of his right to own a gun seven years ago after he was involuntarily committed for mental health treatment after repeatedly trying to kill himself. He won a legal battle to get reinstated as a state trooper, but so far the courts have upheld stripping him of his right to have a gun off duty.
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