KANSAS CITY ACTIVISTS DEMAND DISMISSAL OF KCPD OFFICER OVER SOCIAL MEDIA 'GOOD SHOOT' COMMENT SUPPORTING CONTROVERSIAL POLICE KILLING!!!
Comments over police shooting once again stir controversy for the Kansas City Police Department.
To wit . . .
KANSAS CITY ONLINE ACTIVISTS RAGE AGAINST THE COMMENTS OF A POLICE DUDE AND DEMAND HIS FIRING AS KCPD REVIEWS SOCIAL MEDIA POLICY!!!
The offending comment on the topic of Terence Crutcher who was killed by a Tulsa police lady who was later indicted for manslaughter . . .
“Should have dropped the entitlement card and listened the first time. Good shoot.”
Digging a deeper hole OR defending the initial statement . . .
"I still have the right to my opinion. I speak for myself. If you see it differently so be it. And it's people like you that are the problem. The 'kiss the babies' and 'poor me' syndrome. No one wants to take responsibility for their own actions, they rather blame everyone else."
TKC aside . . . This is why anonymous comments, whilst often silly, spammy, lame and sometimes hilarious or insightful . . . Are still just as important as our secret ballot in terms of keeping a vibrant Democracy according to our blog community.
But I digress . . .
The question to our blog community in response to a great many social media denizens calling for this guy's job . . .
DO YOU THINK THIS KANSAS CITY POLICE DUDE SHOULD LOSE HIS JOB OR FACE DISCIPLINE BECAUSE OF HIS COMMENT ON A NEWS STORY???
More insightful denizens might also want to offer a bit of guidance on the aforementioned social media policy of the KCPD that is being made up as we go along given so much rapidly changing Internets technology.
Check the links:
Weekend Collective: KCPD Officer on Terence Crutcher Killing: “Good Shoot”
Newspaper: KC police trying to determine if officer violated department’s social media policy
NBC Action News: KCPD investigates officer's social media posts
You decide . . .