TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY INSIDERS REVEAL TOP 5 UNREPORTED FACTS AMID AFTERMATH OF DEADLY SHOOTING OF FIREFIGHTER!!!
For the most part Kansas City mainstream media has been complicit in trying to quiet down talk of an off-duty KCPD officer involved in a deadly shooting of a firefighter in the aftermath of an allegedly drunken assault.
However . . .
THE TOPIC CONTINUES TO CREATE CONVERSATION AMONG KANSAS CITY RESIDENTS AND SUPPRESSING FREE SPEECH ON THE TOPIC OF KILLING IN KANSAS CITY DOES NOT SERVE THE PUBLIC INTEREST!!!
No matter what side of the case you come down on . . . Because it pertains to local homicide and policy that could impact every resident - The public's right to know is a major concern.
To wit . . .
CHECK THE TOP 5 UNREPORTED FACT TKC HAS CONFIRMED IN THE AFTERMATH OF THE OFF-DUTY POLICE DEADLY SHOOTING OF A KANSAS CITY FIREFIGHTER!!!
1. Yesterday family cleaned out the locker and belongings of the firefighter who was killed.
The scene could only be described as "devastating" to those who witnessed the tragic occasion.
2. CLAIMS OF VIDEO EVIDENCE IN PLAY . . .
THERE ARE THREE REPORTS OF MOBILE PHONES WITH VIDEO CONFISCATED FROM THE SCENE OF THE DEADLY ALTERCATION!!!
This could be important but there might also be a move to suppress this evidence from public view in a legal tactic that would not be unprecedented.
3. Multiple sources now confirm claims that the cabbie started the incident by calling the firefighter's wife a "cunt" which has strangely been unreported by the media.
This fact questioned from the comments but confirmed by real life people during conversation speaks to the reality of the tense situation and emotions running high at the scene.
4. The wife of the firefighter who was killed is a lawyer.
This fact has been confirmed but might not come into play given the devastating circumstances.
5. Dead Tree Media is putting a lid on this story.
Unless legal proceedings start . . . Expect this story to disappear as local press seem more interested in the details of the homicide @ Arrowhead.
Accordingly . . . A KC Insider asks:
"I support the police, I don't have any problem with them and the it's absolutely wrong to fight with an officer. But in this case we're going to have to ask an unfortunate question: Could this situation have been handled differently and did someone deserve to die over a cab fare dispute?"
Again, like it or not this question of policy pertains to all of Kansas City as the local discourse continues despite mainstream media silence.
Developing . . .