Kansas 'Stand Your Ground' Backfires

Tonight we focus on a scary story of gun play and legal repercussions . . . Or lack thereof . . . 

Here's an important exposé  of a law that many support in theory.

In practice . . . Here's the dark side of legal protections governing public confrontations.


The Army veteran credits his military training with surviving that day.

But now, he said he lives in fear for himself and his family after the district attorney declined to press charges against the shooter.

The reason?

The DA pointed to the "stand your ground" law in Kansas, which has renewed a local lawmaker's efforts to amend the law.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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