Saturday, February 15, 2020

Cimarron, LeFlore counties join Second Amendment Sanctuary status

Two more county sheriffs have added their jurisdictions to the wave of counties declaring themselves as Second Amendment Sanctuaries in Oklahoma. Joining Logan, Stephens, Canadian, Bryan, Haskell, and Pittsburg counties are Cimarron and LeFlore. In all, eight county sheriffs and one District Attorney, and one County Commission board have publicly made this pledge since Wednesday.

From Cimarron County Sheriff Leon Apple:
Interim LeFlore County Sheriff Donnie Edwards also got in on the action yesterday, posting the following statement on the LeFlore County Sheriff's Office social media: