► State Rep. Mark Samsel (R-KS): Today’s “Accused Batterer” Award Winner Print E-mail
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State Rep. Mark Samsel (R-KS): Today’s “Accused Batterer” Award Winner


FYI: Mark is another in a long list of loser attorneys like fellow Kansans, Sen. Jerry Moran (Univ of Kansas) and Kris Kobach (Yale) that decided to go into politics after learning how difficult it was to earn a dishonest living practicing law after he graduated from the University of Kansas School of Law in 2010. Therefore, he decided to go into the second most ethical profession (used car salesman No. 1), politics.


In one matter, Mark was recently (ca. May 2021) arrested for possible misdemeanor battery involving a student while he was acting as a substitute teacher in his hometown of Wellsville. Mark was booked into the local county jail and released on a $1,000 cash bond.


A parent of Wellsville students provided The Associated Press with videos she said were shot by students. One shows a noisy class, with Mark grabbing a boy, pushing him against a wall and telling him, “I could put the wrath of God on you right now,” before the boy breaks free and runs away, yelling. (John Hanna and Andy Tsubasa Field)


The Kansas City Star newspaper has reported that it viewed videos recorded by students showing Mark speaking about suicide, sex, masturbation, God, and the Bible. Personally, I don’t know what the hell God and the Bible have to do with masturbation.


All that remains now is to see how long it takes Mark to cop a plea to limit the amount of time he may have to spend in jail. Additionally, it remains to be seen if the enablers for Attorney Misfits sitting on the Kansas Supreme Court will do regarding his license to practice law.


As we speak (ca. May 2021), Mark continues to provide questionable services to his constituents as a member of the Kansas House of Representatives while at the same time being a total embarassment to all Kansans. 



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