Protecting witnesses in high-profile cases

The Tulsa County District Attorney wants a witness protection program that will better protect witnesses who help prosecute criminals.

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Unwashed Mass - 2/10/2013 3:36 PM
1 Vote
Harris does whatever the FOP union tells him to, just like every other weak D.A.

Tommy - 2/9/2013 12:25 PM
2 Votes
What a good idea Mr. Harris... that if you and your posse will finance that program out of your fat wallets.

aleman - 2/9/2013 11:54 AM
2 Votes
He is from that same Neanderthal gene pool the rest of our city leaders come from...they haven't got past the 1960's when Tulsa was the oil capital and voted Americas' most beautiful city...now we are nothing but a dried up old southern boomtown gone bust...overrun with gangbangers and a Mecca for every criminal and meth zombie in the country...but no...we keep voting in these liberal faux republicans from this same gene pool,only thing they care about is hedging their investments in an old dirty downtown that will never return to its' heyday of the 1940's,or the ignorant riverbed walk,the hideous scenery and the awful smell when the wind blows from the south and the total lack of history like the one in San Antonio has will never take off other than for the usual winos and perverts that hang out in places these idiots build

kindagreywolf - 2/9/2013 10:41 AM
3 Votes
Wasn't there a "Witness Protection list" Going around North Tulsa for $3.00 a sheet last year? YES! Was that investigated and charges pressed? NO! The Law and Police have to be cleaned up first. Sorry guys, I know it's my "Civic Duty" to help the police but I am not going to put my head on the chopping block. Even if they make a "Better witness protection program" that ax is still going to be swinging at innocent people.

Nickki - 2/9/2013 10:22 AM
2 Votes
A 'percentage' of why a LOT of your crimes aren't being reported, is do to the so-called protection program that has made innocent people feel safe...NOT. The people who are stepping up to help law enforcement/courts are merely setting themselves up to be 'open-game' to these criminal's. HELL YEAH..give the innocent people who are RISKING their own lives some REAL PROTECTION against these low-lives.

Mayor Maynot - 2/9/2013 2:40 AM
1 Vote
He talks about a lot of things. This tired old horse will will keep on talking eating his oats and swishing his tail at flies till he retires. But he's not going to make any landmark changes. Ride it till the wheels fall off.
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