Thursday, May 15, 2014

KANSAS CITY DEAD POOL HOMICIDE!!!



Take a look at a recent murder discovery that revealed an old school case of Kansas City cruelty . . .

KCTV5: Authorities said the death of an elderly man found in an outdoor pool Tuesday morning is a homicide, and they have a person of interest in custody.

A bit more importantly . . .

Right now the Kansas City murder count stands @ 27 compared to 33 at this time last year

THE WINTER GAP IN KANSAS CITY MURDERS IS CLOSING AS WARM WEATHER LOCAL HOMICIDES START TO SPIKE!!! TALK OF PROGRESS FROM DEAD TREE MEDIA AND POLITICOS HAS PROVEN TO BE FAKE!!!

It's kinda ghoulish but a great many of you d-bags have already engaged in a Kansas City Death Pool and most agree that this town will once again record more than 100 homicides.

There's a lot of theory surrounding these numbers but it may simply be that the warmer weather makes people more active in every manner.

More in a bit . . .

8 Comments:

Journalism This Ain't said...

It's interesting how TKC makes fun of innocent people, such as this poor man. Your grandpa dies tragically? Expect a story with a half-nekkid woman announcing it.

Anonymous said...

One thing about it, this was likely done by a honky since darkies are afraid of water.

Anonymous said...

Nobody has played death pool...........Does anyone want to play death pool with me?

Anonymous said...

Also, this is a sad story about a drowning. Sorry for the victim's family.

ERnest Evans said...

Dear Mr. Tony: Thanks for posting this info. We have had 8 homicides so far in May 2014--which is a sign for concern. But, no need to push the panic button just yet: Right now we are at 27 homicides for 2014--the average for the years since 2007 at this point is 37 homicides by this date, so we are doing significantly better than average. Also, 2007, which had the lowest homicide total for any year in the past decade (94) had 29 homicides by this date==so we are slightly below the best year of the past decade. Take care and God bless!! In Christ, Dr. Ernest Evans PS: One rather large cloud on the horizon, however. Media and political class has been in the midst of a racism frenzy ever since Zimmerman was acquitted. If they don't stop accusing everyone of being a racist they are going to replicate on a national scale the "de-policing" disaster we had here in KCMO in the aftermath of the April 11, 2008 Police Board meeting on the Salva tragedy.

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P Bear said...

SUSPECT: Black stepson ???

Anonymous said...

So basically what you're saying is that most bible translations are OK. Except the ones done by ... you know ... Catholics and Jews.

Seems incredibly arrogant to make pronouncements about which are accurate and which are not. That suggests you get the word direct from God. If so, maybe you need to start your own religion and write your own bible. You could be the pope. Cool, huh?