(By Kelly McDonald, Jr) What if someone asked you to stop praying in your home? In Louisberg, Kansas, a current court case will have huge implications. Mary Sause was in her home on the night of November 22, 2013. Suddenly, she heard someone knock on the door and demand that it be opened. Cautiously, she opened the door to find that two police officers were standing on her door step.
She actually showed them a pocket constitution and asked why they wanted entry into her home. According to Sause, they mocked her, calling the constitution a ‘piece of paper’. During the encounter she asked the officers if she could pray in her back room. She was initially allowed to do so, but one of the officers eventually ordered her to stop. Before they left, they told her that they were there in response to a loud radio. She was charged with interference and disorderly conduct.