Kettler testified Monday that he bought an unregistered gun silencer after Cox showed him a copy of the state gun law signed by Gov. Sam Brownback. U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten told jurors that what Kettler believes is not necessarily the law.Kansas Ducks Unlimited, Kansas Events, Kansas News & Contacts
Shane Cox and Jeremy Kettler are on trial on federal firearms violations. Cox is accused of illegally making and marketing firearms. Kettler bought an unregistered gun silencer from him. Cox s attorney argued the Kansas law put his client in a spot where he relied on the Legislature and the governor.Gun giveaway in kansas
Shane Cox and Jeremy Kettler are on trial in U.S. District Court in Wichita on federal firearms violations. Cox is the owner of Tough Guys gun store in Chanute, accused of illegally making and marketing firearms.Gun giveaway in kansas
U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten told jurors the case would likely be appealed because of the issues involved with the state law. Marten says he can t change the law at this level, but he anticipated the U.S.
Supreme Court might eventually review the case because the issues are this important. Previous story: A defense attorney has told jurors that his client is caught in the crossfire of conflicting gun laws passed by Kansas and the federal government.
WICHITA, Kan. (AP/KAKE ) - A jury has found two Kansas men guilty of federal firearms violations in a case that repudiates a Kansas law that purports to prevent federal prosecution of anyone owning firearms made, sold and kept in the state.