Sunday, February 12, 2017

KANSAS CITY DEADLY POLICE PORCH SHOOTING STANDOFF AFTERMATH!!!



Flying bullets in this neighborhood ended with this local man yelling, making threats and then gunned down on his front porch.

Check the roundup:

KMBC: Kansas City, Missouri Police Shoot Man on Porch​

KSHB: Police are investigating an officer-involved shooting in the area of 113th and Corrington Ave. Saturday night.

KCTV5: Suspect shot after threatening officers while sitting on porch with rifle
Developing . . .

12 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Guess you can't go rabbit hunting on your front porch anymore.

Anonymous said...

Good Job!!!!

Anonymous said...

Police do not look for opportunities to take a non-lethal approach, because they are not motivated and held accountable to do so because 95-97% of the American public are worthless tyranny-embracing lazy, apathetic morons. But, if the American people were legitimate human beings, they could stop police over zealous killings. And the best way to stop that would be to kill individual police personnel covertly, only when one has the advantage, to the tune of at least several hundred a day throughout the country.

Anonymous said...

Let me know how that works out for you 12:15

Unknown said...

He neither yelled nor made threats, i saw the whole thing and what is being reported in the news is not what happened.6

Anonymous said...

Casenet shows him to be a convicted felon. Shouldn't have had a gun, much less been firing it in a neighborhood, and then pointed it toward officers. Self correcting

Anonymous said...

He never pointed it at anyone, dont speak on something you know nothing about. He maybe shouldnt have had a weapon, but this could have been handled differently.

Anonymous said...

Wrong 7:14 He was a felon with a weapon he new he could not have! Good Shoot,Good Kill. Much money saved!

Anonymous said...

I'm sure you went to give a formal statement to the detectives at HQ given that your claiming to be a first hand witness and all

Anonymous said...

You people are ridiculous, this was a human life, and I gave his family a formal statement.

Anonymous said...

Ridiculous? Obviously if you were interested in justice you would have given law enforcement a statement if you really were a witness. The fact that you only gave the family a statement shows everyone you didn't see anything at all. Yes it was a life, would you be saying the same thing if one of the bullets he was firing from the porch killed someone or a kid in a nearby house..... or if he had shot an officer? Doubtful

Anonymous said...

Law enforcement were there and they already gave false statements as to what happened to the media. So i already know where they stand. I never said he was completely innocent, but he never pointed it at anyone. It was cradled in his arms, just like I have seen many hunters cradle their guns as they are walking. Just report the whole truth is all Im saying. He did NOT point a gun at them. And I respect ALL life and do not have any problems with respectable-truly there for the people-law enforcement officers.