Thursday, May 01, 2014

120 DAYS OF KANSAS CITY DESPAIR!!!



Here's tonight's look at local justice or lack thereof and what's causing a great deal of rage among the locals.

Check it:

- KCTV5: ""Prosecutors offer man 120 days in jail for fatal hit-and-run crash"

- KSHB: "O'Kelly admitted to driving drunk on April 7, 2013, running a red light near Bannister and Wornall Roads, and hitting 57-year-old Leroy Bronson on his motorcycle. O'Kelly then left the scene of the accident.

KCTV5: "Letters have been written to the Jackson County Prosecutor's Office asking them to change their minds, but prosecutors say they did not have enough evidence to support seeking a tougher sentence"

Fox4: "Son watches man admit to dad’s killing, is disappointed with maximum possible sentence"

13 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Man if I ever turn criminal I'm doing the crime in Jackson County.

Jackson County Prosecutor's Office Is Full Of Corrupt Pussies said...

Time for the family to step up and create some actual justice.

If one of the shitbag lawyers in the JaCo prostitution office lost a family member to this shitheel, they would be working to get him a gurney and a needle.

Anonymous said...

shame on Jean. Do no reelect or elect her for ANY office!

Anonymous said...

Jean wasn't elected to to Jaco prosecutir's job.

Anonymous said...

Just wait until the highway sniper gets off with probation. Then you will see how it really is in JACO.

Anonymous said...

Mean Jean....bullshit

Anonymous said...

Shameful.

Anonymous said...

Bunch of Johns on TKC this morning. Pissed cause.Monica Diamond stopped turning.tricks in JACO and now you dirtbags have to visit her flop house on troost or.the A1 hotel near bannister (rich white boys not welcome) nasty bastards the lot of ya! Oh and no more beaners in KC.

Anonymous said...

So 120 days for killing a man. You do more time for identity theft in most places.

Anonymous said...

This is good news for Mohammed Pedro HiWayShottaker.

I am tellin ya and you listen close this jihadist sniper will get less than 120 days.

Anonymous said...

Defense attorney John Picerno..."He's had a tough year already," Picerno said.

Hmm, I think, John, it's safe to say this POS hasn't had nearly the tough year this family has had. Unbelievable, can't believe you actually said this.


Anonymous said...

This is just incredible. Someone in the Jackson County Prosecutors, office is definitely not doing their job and Peters needs to get to the bottom of this. Are they so incompetent they can't try a case in court.

Anonymous said...

That's OK, we'll assassinate him while he's taking a shit at home or when he's out some where.