Saturday, February 25, 2017

BREAKING!!! CROWDFUNDING FOR VICTIMS HITS ONE MILLION BUCKS AFTER DEADLY OLATHE ALLEGED HATE CRIME SHOOTINGS!!!



Love and money Trump hate is another life lesson from this bit of international news . . .

KSHB: GoFundMe pages for Olathe victims hit $1 million

Also, there's a Peace march on Sunday . . .

Peace march, prayers to be held for Kuchibhotla in US tomorrow

The India Association of Kansas City (IAKC) will organize a peace march and prayer vigil on February 26 (local time 4 pm) for the victims of the Kansas shooting. The prayer vigil will be conducted by priests from different religions at the Hindu Temple and Cultural Centre. Friends of Srinivas Kuchibhotla and Alok Madasani will address the gathering. Apart from this, Lt Governor Jeff Colyer, US congressman Kevin Yoder, Olathe mayor Mike Copeland and others are also expected to attend the meeting. The IAKC is among many associations and unions that have condemned the Kansas shooting, in which Srinivas Kuchibhotla, a 32-year-old engineer from Hyderabad, lost his life.

Developing . . .

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Come to the USA and get RICH.
Forget honor Killing get shot in a bar.

Anonymous said...

Wow! A Million bucks. I bet at least $150 of it came from the metro area.

Anonymous said...

Lol

Anonymous said...

this is the true america. too bad it comes as a result of a tragedy of america at its worst.

and god bless the good samaritan.

Anonymous said...

It's horrible this happened. Yet, I have to ask. Isn't it really great that local teevee newsies make announcements at each newscast and the Star's front page publishes the names and photos of every U.S. military person's death. Those quotes from spouses, parents, friends, and clergy is a thoughtful touch, too.

Vet Lives Matter!

Anonymous said...

not to worry cause the I R S will be there with their hand out as this money is income and taxed accordley. as well as it should be.

eat my double stack Kansas City said...

^^^ Good point. Somebody should come up with a better crowdfunding solution: Offshoreit?

Anonymous said...

I hope the Samaritan is getting a cut of this 'cause his medical bills can easily reach over a quarter million.