TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! LOCAL LIBERTY ACTIVISTS TRACY WARD AND TONI BONES DISCUSS THE KANSAS CITY "COP BLOCK" TOUR TONIGHT!!!
A gathering of Kansas City area "liberty" enthusiasts tonight features a provocative name that hopes to inspire local residents to think more about their rights . . .
Tonight the "Cop Block" Tour comes to Kansas City.
What is "Cop Block"??? Here's their mission statement:
"Cop Block is a decentralized project supported by a diverse group of individuals united by their shared goal of police accountability."
A bit more explanation that puts the somewhat hostile name into perspective:
"We do not “hate cops.” We believe that no one – not even those with badges – has extra rights. The failure to realize and act on that is to our detriment. By focusing the disinfecting light of transparency on public officials we safeguard not just our rights but those of future generations."
What to expect?
Local Liberty Activist Tracy Ward sent this message our way while promoting the event among her crew:
"Each of the stops is sure to be different . . . But this event will likely include getting acquainted with like-minded folks from your area, sharing best-practices on how to safeguard ones rights, delving into into ideas on how to best achieve accountability, brainstorming future efforts to have a positive impact."
Toni Bones offers insight about the founder of this movement:
"Pete Eyre will stop in for a brief presentation and discussion. He will be presenting information about copblock, how to safe guard your rights and afterwards we (those who are interested) will be heading out for some copblocking...
Pete is an incredible guy and would prefer to have more of a conversation rather than give a speech. I think anyone who allocates the time will be impressed with how informative and down to earth he is.
Most importantly, drop in to meet other good people interested in creating a safer, healthier and less violent community we can raise our families in."
This is a Kansas City alternative perspective on law enforcement to be sure but seems to show us that local "liberty activists" hope to take a part in the discussion of community policing during the current violent crime crisis.
This group meets tonight from 6 - 8 in the PM here:
Westport Flea Market Bar and Grill
817 Westport Road