KANSAS CITY PRE-CRIME WARNING!!! BULLET FREE SKY BACKERS: REPORT NEIGHBORS WHO MIGHT ENGAGE IN NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATORY GUNFIRE!!!
The annual cowtown tradition on New Year's Eve at the stroke of midnight is a barrage of Kansas City celebratory gunfire that's exceptionally dangerous.
To wit . . .
ONCE AGAIN KANSAS CITY NEIGHBORHOOD ACTIVISTS ENGAGE IN AN EXERCISE IN FUTILITY AND HOPE TO PREVENT NEW YEAR'S EVE CELEBRATORY GUNFIRE!!!
Activists from throughout Kansas City hope the "Bullet Free Sky" effort with catch on in order to raise public awareness about the potential for tragedy in the midst of drunken gunfire celebration. Remember that not so long ago on July 4th a young girl in the Kansas City area was killed by a stray bullet fired at a nearby party. There have been important legislative efforts to curb this trend but the reality is that firing off guns for NYE is how po'folk get down in Kansas City across demographic lines.
And so . . .
TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! THIS YEAR ACTIVISTS ARE ENCOURAGING KANSAS CITY RESIDENTS TO REPORT THEIR NEIGHBORS BEFORE ANY CRIME HAS OCCURRED IN ORDER TO STOP KANSAS CITY CELEBRATORY GUNFIRE ON NEW YEAR'S EVE!!!
Check and excerpt from this underground digital news blast that confirms TKC reporting on this move toward acting on "pre-crime" in Kansas City. I've highlighted the relevant passage:
BULLET FREE SKY
There are a lot of non-lethal ways to celebrate a special occasion that don't kill and don't cause property damage.
Shooting a gun into the air is dangerous, fool hardy and illegal. What goes up must come down. Can you guarantee that bullet will not pierce a roof or a skull? Will it take a life or cause expensive damage to a neighbor's property?
If you live next to a nit-wit who shoots bullets into the air to celebrate - please report them to 9-1-1 or in advance of New Year's Eve, notify the KCPD Officers. They can pay the person a visit advise them on the laws and give them a pre-celebration warning.
Keep the gun stowed away.
Let's celebrate a Bullet Free Sky over Kansas City.
KCMO reference in the aftermath of red light cameras: Minority Report