Wednesday, April 30, 2014

MUST READ!!! JACKSON COUNTY PROSECUTOR MEAN JEAN WARNS OF 'UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES' OF MISSOURI 2ND AMENDMENT PROTECTION ACT!!!



TKC Note . . . Here's Jackson County Prosecutor "Mean" Jean Peters Baker echoing sentiments recently expressed by Mayor Sly James and the KCPD Police Chief . . .

A warning about unintended consequences

Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker today warned the Missouri General Assembly to understand that their words could have deadly consequences.

Baker expressed her concern in a joint letter to Missouri Speaker of the House Tim Jones. Baker and St. Louis Circuit Attorney Jennifer Joyce signed the letter.

Senate Joint Resolution 36 (SJR36), Baker and Joyce warned, raises serious concerns regarding their impact to prosecute violent criminals.

“No one can ensure the citizens of Missouri that the language in SJR 36 will not benefit violent criminals – at the risk of the public’s safety,” Baker said. “The proposed language has the potential to give gang members, drug dealers, domestic abusers and other criminals a right to carry guns.”

SJR 36, if approved, offers law-abiding citizens and hunters no more protection than already afforded in the second amendment, but prosecutors can be certain criminals will seek the protection of this new language, Baker added.
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Click the image or the link for a look at the letter sent by Mean Jean . . .



Here's is the PDF version of the letter . . .

16 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Maybe Jean should get being a lawyer down before she moves on to the legislature.

Anonymous said...

Obviously Jean can't read because state law already makes it illegal for anyone to carry a concealed weapon without a permit issued by the state.

Given that local courts will issue a protective order based on a sneeze there should be a little more evidence to prevent those under these often bogus protective orders from having firearms. We know that by covering up for cops who have beaten their wives for years that possessing firearms has not lead to increased firearm violence. I would further add that the state law already makes it illegal to commit a crime with a gun, protective order or not. It should also be noted that if a wack job decides to off someone all the fucking paperwork in the world is not exactly going to stop her. When was the last time a wife beater checked to see if it was against State or Federal law????

Finally, we already have hundreds of cases of child abuse that neither require guns or schools and her office is doing little to prevent or prosecute it now. If schools do not want guns they already have protections under state law. It is as simple as a decal on the door. Again it is not about whether there are State or Federal laws. It is more about that if some nut decides to kill he will no matter which laws (and there are plenty) exist.

Anonymous said...

I believe NOTHING from this woman's mouth.

JaCo Soft On Crime Douchbag Needs To Go said...

What a stupid twat that woman is!

Jesus Christ lady, learn to fucking read.

She was screaming, "Work It! Work It!" said...

Looks like she wrote that while Mohammed Pedro Whitaker was banging her backdoor in the interview room.

spyke1 said...

@5:22 pm.
You're using the same logic as the prosecutors.
What's the point of SJR 36?

Anonymous said...

@6:33 - and what point is that?

Anonymous said...

One makes you wonder why the legislature is not taking advice from Tony's anonymous readers?

spyke1 said...

@6:37
I'm curious as to how Missouri citizens would benefit from this legislation.

Anonymous said...

The citizens would not benefit and I doubt it would hurt them. The legislation is just a time waster and a mass protest by those in the henhouse in Jeff City.

Right now prosecutors love that the feds are taking and assimilating cases on local crools because the Fed to the prosecutorial work and the local prosecutors sit on their asses. However, the problem is that when local police do work and hand cases to the feds on a silver platter and then the crooks get sentences in federal courts that they would have never gotten in local court. there is a pretty valid argument that if the State of Missouri really wanted their criminals to suffer penalties the state would mandate them rather than the local prosecutors skirting state law.

Now the interesting thing would be if the state passed a bill prohibiting cooperating in any Federal investigation or prosecution where state statues exist to try an offender.

Anonymous said...

...crooks because the Feds do the work of prosecuiting

Anonymous said...

Jackson County: stab a busdriver get 120 days in jail.

Anonymous said...

Mean Jean is YUMMY !!!

Anonymous said...

Douche

Anonymous said...

I haven't agreed with another statement this much in close to ten years. If she is talking, she is lying.

Anonymous said...

These lawyer ladies fail to understand that bible-thumping extreme-right crackpots aren't like the rest of us: They know right from wrong. Always.