Tuesday, December 6, 2011

J Neil Jednoralski won't be allowed to arrest President Obama

Posted By on Tue, Dec 6, 2011 at 11:07 AM

J Neil Jednoralski is not happy that he wont be allowed to arrest the president.
  • J Neil Jednoralski is not happy that he won't be allowed to arrest the president.
J Neil Jednoralski is not welcome at President Barack Obama's speech at Osawatomie High School today. The Salina man took to Facebook recently to announce that he was planning on arresting the president during his Kansas appearance.

KSAL 1150 reports that Jednoralski believes that Obama is holding the office illegally. The station says he told his plan to Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the Kansas Highway Patrol, and the Saline County Sheriff’s Office. The Secret Service didn't like the way that sounded, so they evidently paid him a visit, and he was told that he'd be arrested if he showed up.

Jednoralski thinks he should be able to arrest Obama under a Kansas law that allows arrests to be made by a private person. A person who is not a law-enforcement officer may arrest another person under Kansas statute 22-2403, which reads:

"1. A felony has been or is being committed and the person making the arrest has probable cause to believe that the arrested person is guilty thereof; or, 2. any crime, other than a traffic infraction or a cigarette or tobacco infraction, has been or is being committed by the arrested person in the view of the person making the arrest."

Jednoralski didn't like what he was told, so he returned to Facebook with a screed against the Secret Service and Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt. Read his rant after the jump.

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You can listen to and watch the president's Jednoralski-less speech here.

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