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Assistant Attorney General Andrew Bauch’s latest motion in the Adam Longoria case defends the State’s earlier motions, including one that defense attorneys claim placed their client in danger.

Longoria had to be placed in protective custody after the State filed unsealed motions that talked about his previous work as a confidential informant for the Great Bend Police Department and Kansas Bureau of Investigation, according to a motion filed last September by the Death Penalty Defense Unit.

"Upon it becoming public, Mr. Longoria had multiple inmates in the Sedgwick County Jail beat on his door, call him a snitch ...


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