Thursday, September 29, 2016

Community Leaders Continue Demands For Investigation Into The Kansas City Police Killing Of Ryan Stokes Three Years Later

Activists claim that KCPD shot and killed an unarmed man . . . Police initially reported a gun at the scene of a theft refort and failure to obey police commands during a near riot at the P&L Entertainment District . . . The debate continues following a deadly aftermath: Civil Rights group calls for FBI to investigate police shooting death of Ryan Stokes

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Another black hero. Running the streets with a gun and looking for trouble. Glad, glad he is dead before he rapes or kills someone.

Anonymous said...

It's sad that in KCMO there's no real leadership that has the guts to actually address the self-destructive behavior that is the cause of so many of these police shootings.
Locally it's always just mimicking whatever and whoever has gotten attention somewhere in the rest of the country.
And the poor 'ol local SCLC hasn't had a new idea since the voting rights and civil rights acts were passed in the mid-1960's.
88 homicides so far this year and THIS is the issue they choose?
Sad.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^it's all about the money the family could get in a civil suit is why they want more investigating. heaven forbid they pay for it themselves.

Anonymous said...

But he was a good boy.. turning his life around - he didnt mean no harm. Now Pay us before we bring bus loads of protesters to the City Hall steps!

Anonymous said...

There's no turning around in this economy. Cops kill indiscriminately for depopulation and to terrorise.

Anonymous said...

^^^ im cool with that. what's the problem?? smh , as alway's

Anonymous said...

if ever there was a breed of people that could use some depopulation.

Good Grief , Man.. do you really think they would or should be missed?!?!

Anonymous said...

Very true