SDCGO Files Gun Violence Restraining Order against PRO-GVRO Supervisor Nathan Fletcher

April 4th, 2023

San Diego County District Attorney Summer Stephan

San Diego County Sheriff Kelly Martinez

San Diego City Attorney Mara Elliott

San Diego Police Chief David Nisleit


Law Enforcement Leaders:

As you know, there are many current laws concerning firearms with which our organization disagrees and we continue to work to get them overturned. I believe we all agree, however, that special treatment of elected officials should never be tolerable.

Last week, a lawsuit against Supervisor Nathan Fletcher was filed, which includes accusations of sexual assault and battery, sexual harassment, and other illegal behavior. It is not unusual for those accused of this level of illegal activity to have their concealed carry permit (CCW) revoked and a gun violence restraining order (GVRO) filed to remove all access to their firearms.

In addition to the lawsuit, Supervisor Fletcher released a statement stating that he is too mentally unstable to continue with his campaign for State Senate and that he is entering treatment for addiction.

The purpose of this letter is to ask for an update on the progress made to revoke Supervisor Fletcher’s CCW and to file a GVRO against him. He has been vocal about his support for GVROs and for heavily restricting CCW holders; especially when they are accused of violent crimes.

I look forward to any progress update you can provide me. Sincerely,

Michael A. Schwartz

San Diego County Gun Owners PAC


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