No opposition in Kansas to letting prosecutors carry concealed handguns in Court

Unanimous vote in state Senate:

Bill allows prosecutors to have guns in court


Associated Press Writer

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) --Wyandotte County District Attorney Jerome Gorman thinks allowing prosecutors to carry concealed guns in county courthouses could give them an added measure of protection if they ever needed it.

And on Thursday, the Senate voted 39-0 for a bill that would let county, state and federal prosecutors -- including Attorney General Steve Six and his assistants -- carry concealed guns into county courthouses. . . .



Blogger Mr.K said...

This is great news, it would be nice if all prosecutors across the Nation could carry firearms in the court, so perhaps if God forbid a situation as of what happened in Atlanta Georgia can be stopped.

1/24/2009 5:27 PM  
Blogger Skullz said...

Oh look! Another set of super-special-better-than-you-my-life-is-more-sacred-than-yours class of people.


1/24/2009 9:32 PM  

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