Friday, October 24, 2014

The Law-and-Order Abele (!!)

Can you believe that the Milwaukee County executive is a Law-And-Order kinda guy? 

Well, he is.  And Mr. Law-and-Order wants him some arrests!!

For the second time in about a month, a gun was brought inside the Milwaukee County Courthouse....
The woman was not arrested or cited....Sheriff's deputies returned her gun, and she walked back out through the 10th Street entrance....

So happens that walking into the courthouse with a concealed weapon is a violation of the law.  (That includes the little-bitty 2" folding knife/nail-file/scissors keychain attachment, by the way.)

"...the security guards who were at the entrances -- thank goodness -- did their job, and they caught these guns coming in and were able to prevent people from entering with guns," Abele said.

In both cases, the screening areas were shut down and sheriff's deputies were called.

In the end, deputies gave both the women their guns back to put in their cars with no penalties....

The deputies used what's called "prudence" and the women left with no incident.

A notorious Hanging Judge has an opinion, too:

Chief Judge Jeffrey Kremers told WISN 12 News reporter Christina Palladino that the statute should be enforced.

"When something like this happens, it needs to be handled appropriately, which means the matter needs to be referred to the District Attorney's Office for an evaluation," Kremers said.
Mr. Law-and-Order is a hypocritical jackass, of course.  It's going to be fun watching him get nailed for driving one mile/hour over the limit on County freeways in the next few months, eh?  As to Kremers:  when's the last time he imposed a full sentence on a 'youthful offender'?

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