Wis. DA says he won't prosecute some gun laws

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A Wisconsin prosecutor said he won't enforce a host of state weapons laws after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled this week Americans have a right to own a gun for self-defense. Jackson County District Attorney Gerald R. Fox said in a statement he will no longer prosecute Wisconsin's prohibitions on carrying concealed weapons, transporting uncased or ... Full Story

Rice Lake, WI

#1 Jul 2, 2010
A felon in a position of public trust. He must enforce all laws. Whats next extortion? Guilty until proven innocent? LOL A greedy few harming generations of our youth for personal and agency gain. What else does he condone? So much for morals, honor, letter of the law, or integrity. This guys cell number should not have anything to do with a phone.

“"Molon Labe"”

Since: Oct 09

North Afghanistan

#2 Jul 3, 2010
Good....a DA that undestands the Constitution, 2nd Amendment, and wont try to undermine the SCOTUS ruling with nitpicky laws that only benefit the criminals and make victims out of law abiding citizens.

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