Corey May, left, 32, of Greensburg bows his head in prayer with other supporters of the Second Amendment at the end of a pro-gun rally to support Rostraver Police Officer Martin Palla, Sunday, April 22, 2018, outside of the Westmoreland County Courthouse in Greensburg. "I feel like he was being made an example of for no reason," said event organizer Brett Seroka, 32, of Belle Vernon about the backlash Officer Palla received after he stood across from a March for Our Lives event the previous month with an unloaded AR-15 slung over his shoulder. Though Officer Palla was off-duty at the time, the action launched a departmental inquiry. "I felt it wasn't right holding it against him that he's a police officer," said Seroka. "He stood quietly and exercised his Second Amendment, but we're going to make some noise."