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We Will Not Enforce Order Violates Constitutional Rights

The sheriff’s office connected with Pennsylvania’s Cumberland County said upon Friday that it will not really enforce Gov. Tom Wolf’s (D) shutdown orders, vowing to proceed to “honor our solemn oath to Support, Obey and Defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of this Commonwealth.”

“The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office will honor our solemn oath to Support, Obey and Defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of this Commonwealth,” the workplace said in a statement put up to social media on Friday, saying they will “stand with the citizens in defense of all of our Constitutional Rights!”

“Our Office will not be enforcing any ‘order’ that violates our Constitutional Rights. Sheriff Anderson has stated ‘I have no intentions in turning local business owners into criminals,’” the office carried on.

“This is only the stance of the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office but does not mean that this is the stance of State or Local Law Enforcement in Cumberland County,” the office clarified:

In respond to many text messages that we have received on this stance of the shutdown get of companies in our County: � ***********************)

Posted by Cumberland County, PA â€? Sheriff’s Office on Friday, May 8, 2020

Leaders from two Pennsylvania counties â€? Lebanon and Dauphin, the other being the home on the state’s capital â€? ripped the texas chief for excluding their counties coming from reopening and plan to transfer to the next phase in disobedient of his orders. District legal representatives for both counties have advised that they will not prosecute cases against businesses that select to reopen.

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