Sunday, November 18, 2012

THE LATEST KANSAS CITY MURDER VIGIL



A recent case of domestic violence led to yet another local murder and reveals that respect life (or a lack thereof) is at the heart of our Kansas City murder count dilemma.

Councilman Jermaine Reed showed up to this vigil in a move that we respect and hope more members of the Council will emulate.

LINKS . . .

Vigil held for Essence Willoughby, supporters take stand against domestic violence

Candlelight vigil commemorates Essence Willoughby, a life cut short

Family and friends of Essence Willoughby remember her as a mother who was compassionate and determined to succeed in life.

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The only people who benefit from these things are the people who sell candles.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, light up the night so the NIGGERS can see who they're killing...

Anonymous said...

What a failure for Kansas City.
This crime and murder "wave" has been going on for Years.
A real failure for our City government and our Police department.
Both are clueless. I wonder what new crime fighting acronym or gizmo will be taunted as the NEW method to reduce crime? ..... as if we have not heard it all before.
What a shame.

Anonymous said...

That's a shame!

Anonymous said...

7:02: That's "whom."

Anonymous said...

What a joke. Why don't they pray for young black men to stay in school, to stop having out-of-wedlock kids at 15, to get a job? The failure of the black race is beyond description. In 500 years the same things will be said about them. It must be genetic.

Anonymous said...

Actually 9:54, it would be "who dey killin'"

Anonymous said...

Jermaine learned about the publicity a candlelight vigil will get for you from the master...Alvin Brooks. Must work because Alvin's on the police board and the murder rate is climbing. But no one seems to make that connection.

Anonymous said...

Black people like gathering and hooting and moaning. That is it. Then they goes about dey bidness and do nothing of content to stop the crime spree. Exposure and words take little energy or committment. That is the state of the African American and their community.

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