TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! SHOCK!!! DISASTER: KANSAS CITY MAYOR SLY'S 'ROCK THE BLOCK' YOUTH PARTY @ UNION STATION ERUPTS IN VIOLENCE!!!
At the conclusion of the Summer, once again we witnesses the futility of local government appeasement of violent flash mobs and neglectful parenting that plagues Kansas City.
To wit . . .
CHECK OUT EXCLUSIVE KICK-ASS KANSAS CITY INSIDER REPORTING OF VIOLENCE ERUPTING AT MAYOR SLY'S "ROCK THE BLOCK" EVENT LAST NIGHT @ UNION STATION!!!
Credit to KSHB for noting a single fight just a few moments ago . . . But it was MUCH BIGGER than that . . .
Accordingly . . .
CHECK OUT EXCLUSIVE AND AWESOME KANSAS CITY INSIDER IMAGES AND TESTIMONY FROM KANSAS CITY MAYOR SLY'S "ROCK THE BLOCK" YOUTH EVENT DISASTER!!!
Here is the IMPORTANT eyewitness report:
"Tonight at Union Station there was a end of the summer mayors party for all the youth in the city. There was over a thousand kids there and just like every other event this summer - Several of them found a way to screw it up. There were large fights of groups of nearly 100 black male and female juveniles, reports of people with guns, sounds of gunshots, and other large disturbances. I work nearby and there were nearly 20 police cars down there. The police helicopter was overhead at the end and kids running everywhere and damaging cars and property. It's a shame the kids are rewarded with a party for causing havoc throughout the city throughout the summer while robbing and shooting people."
More images . . .
One last look at Union Station chaos last night . . .
And so . . .
KANSAS CITY MAYOR SLY'S EFFORT TO APPEASE VIOLENT FLASH MOBS WAS AN UNMITIGATED DISASTER GIVEN CHAOS LAST NIGHT AT UNION STATION!!! THE RUCKUS REVEALS THAT OFFERING REWARDS FOR CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR MIGHT NOT BE THE BEST IDEA!!!
Even worse, these parties didn't stop violence on the Plaza or anywhere else in Kansas City. The only result of this youth activity effort was to affirm more influence for activists directing vital city resources.
This disastrous youth event simply punctuates a Summer plagued by violent Kansas City urban youth and a dearth of realistic ideas from our elected officials to confront this ongoing problem.
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