Saturday, August 27, 2016

Kansas City Activist Alonzo Washington Debates Fox4 Sports Dude Jason Lamb About Tragic Water Slide Decapitation Deets



Today, Kansas City's most prolific anti-crime activist engaged in a bit of online debate over the tragic topic of decapitation and public information . . .

First word from Alonzo Washington...


A response and request to keep the details quiet from a very popular Fox4 news dude...



After some back and forth, the conversation turns to social issues and this tweet from Mr. Lamb



Final take from the very well-liked Kansas City sports dude:



Read the whole thing on Mr. Washington's feed
and realize that media continue to follow the social media status of Kansas City's most outspoken advocate against violence and crime.

Developing . . .

7 Comments:

Anonymous said...

No sane person would want to read the pie hole dribble from a fool called Alonzy

Bob said...

Jaysoos Christos, would you please stop apologizing? You are right! It is to, like, gag me with a spoon.

Tracy Thomas said...

Fact: Jason Lamb went to high school in Great Bend and played in the same Jazz Devils band with Scott Schwab, the father of Caleb.

Photo of both of them in their high school band uniforms is on Lamb's Facebook.

So it is perfectly understandable that his efforts to quash news coverage of Caleb Schwab's decapitation for the first week were not coming from the Fox4 News Department, but from his loyalty and friendship with Scott Schwab.

Anonymous said...

Since you shit heels have continued to feed the monster who is milking the life out of every fucking micrometer of this lame ass story I have decided to have my dog make a video just in case there is a gnat hair's chance that somewhere is just one more boring ass perspective that can be shared. In the mean time you poor clowns that can not get an answer on the late night talk radio phone just keep flapping your pie holes over this legacy story.

Anonymous said...

Alonzo is still just a fucking NIGGER.

Jason Lamb said...

In response to Tracy, I can assure you, as the weekend sports anchor, I have no influence on how Fox 4 chooses to cover big stories. My tweets are my own personal opinions. I can't speak for the management at Fox 4. I will say in this instance, I'm proud of our newsroom leaders who advised our staff to be sensitive rather than sensationalize a tragic accident involving a little boy.

And good work on apparently digging up photos from my Harrison Jr. High yearbook! The Schwabs are blessed with a large support system. I've simply been keeping our classmates across the country informed because they want Scott to know we care for him and his family.

I am Scott's friend. But he also understands I work for a news organizationi. We don't discuss the investigation because he can't. Not with anyone. And I'm respecting that.

Anonymous said...

Pussy^^^^^