Thursday, March 27, 2014

DOJ: Kansas City Authorities Misspent More Than A MILLION In Cold Case Cash

Newspaper: "Auditors for the U.S. Department of Justice accused Jackson County prosecutors and Kansas City police of spending, or planning to spend, more than $1.3 million in cold-case grant money on cases that should not have qualified under the grant agreements."

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

All will be forgiven. That's how we roll in CK.

Anonymous said...

Money was funneled perhaps by DC Huney-Bun...Hmmmmm

Anonymous said...

Only a million? Pffft, thats walking around money with this group of crooks.

Anonymous said...

Read the article. The auditors redefined the terms and literally said the prosecutor should have "inferred" the literal meaning from very broad meaning. This money put away the Waldo rapist and solved dozens of other cold rape cases. Money well spent if you ask me.

Anonymous said...

It all sounds good! So why doesn't the DOJ have the balls to prosecute like they would anyone else in this situation?

Anonymous said...

As much as I dislike Jack. CO., the DOJ screwed this one up. Can't change the rules and call foul after the game has started.

Anonymous said...

Who cares? Cold cases or just luke warm cases...

Anonymous said...

Sounds like someone is trying to move the goalpost.

Anonymous said...

More political fallout from not following the party line? Look at what the Obama administration did with the IRS -- on a hunt for conservative groups by using the bureaucracy as a weapon against people.

Anonymous said...

Speakung of the DOJ . Where's our Hate Crime Taskforce. Why did They letting Nazis having free reign at the Plaza.

Anonymous said...

Looks like the city is under local control afterall

Anonymous said...

Instead of going to the source of the crime problem kcpd simply put as many people in jail as Quico as possible creating a prison industrial complex