I was going to comment on this issue anyway:
Wow, isn't that a mess? I saw that the NRA lawyer won't take his case and that the money that was contributed for the case is being returned...
I'd like a LOT more information on "the NRA Lawyer" not taking the case. Many times, what this means is that the person seeking legal assistance has contacted the wrong office. I know of several times where someone canned the NRA-ILA--which is the lobbying organization--the Friends of the NRA, or Membership Services. The Firearms Civil Rights folks are a completely different group, and the way corporate laws are set up, they don't necessarily have any contact with each other. I've seen several cases where Someone was apparently more interested in how the NRA was no help, even after it was pointed out that they had been calling the wrong people, and the correct contact information was given.
It is also possible that he did contact the NRA's Firearms Civil Rights people, and they decided that he didn't have a case, or even that he might have a case, but they didn't have a legal SWAT team to send out to Tennessee right away.
Honestly, I didn't find the video compelling. His legal issues do not mean "No more prepping for me." He was not prepared, and his fumbling around, for example, to get the exact date when the doctor visit occurred, was distracting. I found the comment about "putting on a sheet and running through the ghetto" off-putting.
It does sound like he was railroaded by a doctor who disapproves of his lifestyle, and who was able to take advantage of the system, to the disadvantage of his patient. That sounds like unethical behavior, but I am neither a doctor nor a lawyer, so my opinion on that is worth pretty much whatever you pay for the bandwidth...
There were enough people in the prepping community raising warnings about this show that I have to wonder about anyone who went ahead and participated.