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It appears the newest “squad”-mate might have as little respect for the law as his wife has for law enforcement.
After news broke this week that far-left Rep. Cori Bush of Missouri had secretly married a man her campaign had hired for security services, questions started to arise about the ethics of a congresswoman paying a romantic partner with campaign funds.
Now, thanks to a Fox News report, new questions are being raised about the possibility that Bush’s new husband had broken the law himself.
According to Fox, Cortney Merritts — the new Mr. Cori Bush — has been apparently providing professional security services to his now-wife without benefit of having a current private security license.
And on paper at least, St. Louis takes that kind of thing very seriously.
In fact, the website of the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department, which handles private security licensing, has this sentence right near the top:
“With the exception of St. Louis Police Officers, all persons performing a security function in the City of St. Louis must be licensed to do so through the Private Security Section. “
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