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Topic - Evan Nappen
No charges will be filed against a man who posted online a photo of his young son holding what appeared to be a military-style rifle, police said Wednesday.
Moore's lawyer, Evan Nappen, said the problem is the idea that the government could respond to people talking about or with photos of weapons on social media.
"This is a shame because of the impact it has on a really good dad and his son," Nappen said. "No one was in danger."