The average drunken low-life would likely get far more "attention" from law enforcement than a top ranking Kansas politico. Anyone who would deny as much is nothing more than a hack apologist and a person so insecure that they are unable to accept reality.
Check today's slap in the face to the plebs that kinda proves that whole "nation of laws" shtick is getting harder for everyone to believe . . .
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"The patrol's Capitol Police division arrested state Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop early March 16 on Interstate 70 near downtown Topeka after his SUV was reported traveling east in the highway's westbound lanes. The Wichita Republican was booked into jail, but a judge released him hours later, saying there was not sufficient evidence to support his arrest.
"Luther Ganieany, the patrol's general counsel, initially said the front page of an offense report with basic information might be available by the end of this week. But he said in an email Thursday that the patrol is not required to file such a report for alleged DUI incidents and didn't."
Developing . . .