(From KATU online news) Good call, in my opinion. Max LONGVIEW, Wash. (AP) – A Longview man who pulled a gun on bouncers at a local bar has been found not guilty of second-degree assault. A jury determined that 29-year-old Brian Adam Barnd-Spjut acted in self-defense on the night of March 28. A security video showed bouncers from Kesler's Bar and Grill hauling the man down the bar's hallway toward a back alley. When thrust into an alley, he spun around and pointed the gun at three bouncers and the bar manager. Barnd-Spjut, who has a concealed weapons permit, said he displayed the gun because he feared the bouncers would beat him up. The jury, apparently, agreed. The verdict, though passed quietly on Jan. 16, is creating case law that later could impact how and where concealed weapons can be used.