"I would be violating the law if I enforced a law that is unconstitutional."

Jan 25, 2013 Full story: 94.3 WSC

The debate over gun rights and the 2nd amendment is growing across the nation. Here locally Charleston County Sheriff Al Cannon is front and center on the controversial issue.

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Pete

Pompano Beach, FL

#1 Jan 25, 2013
A public sector employee including sheriffs no matter should be terminated if he doesn't follow his superiors orders,plain and simple..No if ands or butts because you can't use the constitution because here the amendment is antiquated and ignorent republicans as well as the extremist NRA know it but rail constantly just to make something irrelevant on an ongoing issue..Quit wasting the taxpayers dollar if they don't follow directions than termination should be implimented ,no arguements period..

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