THOUGHT POLICE SOCIAL MEDIA CRACKDOWN ON KCPD?!?!
Alternative post title that was cute but didn't quite work out . . . Alleged Kansas City Po-Po Social Media Low-Blow Amid Tense Discussion Of Ferguson, Mo
Here's the story . . .
Kansas City officer faces review for Michael Brown Facebook posts
"An officer's postings have produced outrage on social media, particularly because he made strong comments about Michael Brown. He shared a picture that he and others have claimed is Brown in a compromising position, but it's actually an accused killer from Oregon.
"A spokesman for the Kansas City Police Department said this is a personnel issue that will be addressed with the officer. The department also provided a copy of the department's eight-page social media policy."
I'm not sure how productive it is for ANYBODY to vent of Facebook but this is just a reminder that "friends" on social media aren't really friends . . . Also, this local story is just another reminder why online anonymity is important in protecting free speech so that locals can share important, silly and other rando ideas without outraged (and chronically bored) locals attempting to exact revenge.
Developing . . .