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Old August 20, 2012, 07:03 AM   #2
Luger_carbine
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It sounds like Edwards County's State's Attorney might do the same.

In the meantime, I'm sure Cook County will continue to procescute gunowners to the fullest possible extent of the law - charging them with Aggravated Unlawfull Use of a Weapon, and setting outrageously high bail, even if they haven't violated the law.

It's interesting to see where this will go. I don't know exactly how the state's attorney system works, but the county state's attorney represents the State of Illinois and the Illinois Attorney General is Lisa Madigan - fighting tooth and nail in Moore v Madigan to uphold the very law that this state's attorney is now refusing to bring prosecutions on.
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