Indeed, and I thank you for pursuing this. Make sure to update the original video description with the just outcome that it may serve as a deterrent to any other "Sgt. Bowsers" out there.
...Most importantly, this is a victory for all open-carriers, especially the people of New Orleans Louisiana- a city that obvious cannot dictate who can and cannot carry a firearm and write their own laws on the fly. As for me, I have the satisfaction to look back and say: "No sir, your understanding is WRONG".
That link only shows the original complaint, not details of the final decision, which is what the other fellow was asking about. Unless one has a PACER account, how is the average citizen going to look up details of the case?learn to do your own research http://www.scribd.com/doc/143128048/Monaco-v-Whole-Foods
Many LEA have working arrangements to provide off duty officers as security on private property and yes wearing their customary uniform.Is a police officer allowed to wear his work uniform when not on duty and when being paid by another company to provide security? This seems like something a PD would seriously frown upon as it may misrepresent their department.