Saturday, March 18, 2017

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! MEDICAL EXAMINER GARNERS ADDITIONAL RESOURCES IN TONI ANDERSON MURDER INVESTIGATION AMID FUNERAL DELAY!!!



More than a week after her discarded car and dead body were discovered near the bottom of the Missouri River under mysterious circumstances, Toni Anderson has not been laid to rest as medical examiners reach out for assistance amid their postmortem inquiry.

To wit . . .

CREDIT TO JACKSON COUNTY MEDICAL EXAMINERS IN ASKING FOR ADDITIONAL RESOURCES AND HELP WHILST CONDUCTING THEIR PART OF THIS ONGOING KANSAS CITY MURDER INVESTIGATION!!!

Via social media, extended family and friends have expressed some dismay in the wait to put Toni Anderson to rest following her horrific death but seem to understand the need to continue looking at forensic evidence in order to find her killer.

Thanks to KICK-ASS TKC INSIDERS for this note on the topic . . .

"M(edical) E(xaminer) bringing in more help. Cause of death critical here and they're being careful with what they say. Ruling may surprise some people. Amazing what they can find."

Meanwhile, rampant public skepticism about how Toni Anderson and her car made their way into the Missouri River has caused police to roll back their initial "no foul play" pronouncements . . .

"When FOX 4 asked police if they suspect foul play in Anderson’s disappearance, they simply said the investigation is still ongoing. Police say there is a boat landing dock at this park, but it’s unclear how Anderson’s car got into the river."

And so, funeral arrangements for Toni Anderson are on now hold as the ongoing medical investigation proves more complex, time-consuming and captivating than earlier reports regarding the death of the troubled stripper who met with a tragic fate.

Developing . . . 

41 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Seems like a drowning or hypothermia ruling would have been easier to make. Sad case, hope they find something.

Greedo said...

cue the bitching that all murder cases don't get this kind of treatment. But those folks should understand that domestic murders or shootings are more easy to determine cause of death.

Anonymous said...

One thing I think you should add here is that this is there that police backlog comes into play. Rape victims wait months and years for their evidence kit to come back and sometimes they are lost. This is why KC shouldn't be cutting funds from police because it always comes back to hurt crime investigations. Glad this one is looking for more help, more victims need to request that option as well.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget that while searching for her they found 2 other bodies the crack KCMO P.D. couldn't or stopped looking for.

CitizenKC said...

So far we know for sure that Toni was pulled over by a police officer in North Kansas City around 4:30 in the morning on Jan. 15 for making an illegal lane change. She was not ticketed, but instead the officer gave her directions to the nearest gas station because she said she needed gas. From the family (so presumably from the police) we then get a series of imaginary events. We are told that Toni was so upset from being stopped by a cop that when she left the gas station she drove to a Parkville park where she made an imaginary U-turn in a parking lot and slid on imaginary ice down a long boat ramp into the river where she presumably died in her car from drowning. Case closed. Next case.

Anonymous said...

Yeah your insiders sure have proven what they know so far, which is nothing.

So sure thing, buddy buttons.

Anonymous said...

^^^ lonely

Anonymous said...

Bad life choices led to her death. No sugar coating the truth.
Let's hope for a quick investigation that ends with a suspect brought to court. There are other murder victims' families waiting for legal resolutions. Enough glamorizing a budding hooker. More cops looking for murderers walking amongst us....

Anonymous said...

KCPD are losers.

TinKC said...

Of course. There's always at least one of you in every thread.

Anonymous said...

Super Dave pointed out nobody in Kansas City was smart enough to perform an adequate autopsy.

Anonymous said...

I'm positive this wouldn't have happened if we had a white police chief

Anonymous said...

It looks like old Ange and Barney are in a depth well over their heads at this point, maybe they can rustle up a litle help from the big city police up in Raleigh.

ryan o'connor said...

Some of the information in this blog is inaccurate. It has been confirmed with Toni's family (not by myself but a trustworthy source all the same) that her services will be held on Tuesday, as planned.

Anonymous said...

SOME of it? Try all of it.

PLUS WE ALL JACK THE RIPPER RAPED TONI WITH HIS IMMENSE PENIS AND THREW HER CAR INTO THE RIVER WITH IT.

SO SHUT UP

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to read about all the VAMPIRE DNA.

ryan o'connor said...

You want ME to shut up when I'm telling this guy he is reporting false information? Get yourself in check. I know for a fact some of it is incorrect but unlike those that claim to know everything I will not make a blanket statement and say everything he says is false. People can do their own researching on the facts. I just wanted to make sure people knew her services will continue as planned so people don't read this and decide to not go.

Anonymous said...

You've run across a fake news joke blog, nothing you see here is true. Tony claims Jack the Ripper killed Toni.

Tell all your friends.

Anonymous said...

^^^ yes, tell all your friends about Tony's blog! Best news in KC.

Anonymous said...

(not by myself but a trustworthy source all the same)


BAHAHAHAHA

Is this idiot for real? Oh he knows it's true, just can't say how he knows. LOL, oh fuck me that's funny.

Anonymous said...

There are other murders, who cares about this stripper. She is gone, we have bigger problems than KC.

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Anonymous said...

The bloggers in the know say they found space alien DNA and metal fibers from Jackyl the Ripper's space mobile.

Anonymous said...

Her belly was full of cum. $50.00 blow job went bad. The fag boyfriend was at home alone. He moved South already, going to have to drag him back.

Anonymous said...

^^^Belly full of cum???...that sounds like chuck!

Anonymous said...

Lots of misinformation/confusion out there surrounding this case. People magazine is reporting that Toni's body has already been cremated:

http://people.com/crime/missing-student-toni-anderson-dead-car-missouri-river/

Anonymous said...

I think Toni was working as a confidential informant for the police and got found out and it got her dead.

Toni was at the park to do a drug deal. The meet was arranged to be held at the park (by the dealer) to have her close to the dumping ground (the river).

That Toni fell for this reveals just how naive she was.

Toni's car floated about 200 yards downstream before sinking and she made no attempt to escape because she was already dead/unconscious.

That the ME cannot yet reveal the cause of death is interesting. It makes me very curious as to what kind of story they and the police are going to cook up.

CitizenKC said...

Toni's final text message (“OMG just got pulled over again.”) does not support the theory she was working on a drug sting for the police. If she were on a drug sting for the cops her whereabouts would have been closely monitored. We would not have needed 2 months to discover her body. If she were at the park to purchase drugs it would have been for her own use or for resale to others.

The fact that her car and body were found 200 yards downstream from the boat ramp, where she is presumed to have entered the water, would indicate that the car floated at least a couple minutes before sinking. The river was low and slow that day and the current near the bank is the slowest of all. Escape should have been easy for an experienced lifeguard such as Toni if she were alive and conscious when she entered the water.

It seems the police have wanted her death to be an accident from the outset and that is why we've had these bizarre imaginary scenarios put forth as explanations. No doubt police unwillingness to label her death as at least "suspicious" was encouraged by her parents' desire not to have their daughter's reputation smeared in the mainstream media. And labeling Toni's death an "accident" means one fewer homicide unsolved for the police.

Anonymous said...

Can someone tell me why KCPD is involved? She was stopped in NKC and died in Parkville, not a lot of KC involved?

Anonymous said...

I also don't think the drug deal was a monitored buy as a part of CI work. It was to be a personal purchase.

Anonymous said...

Toni's car was discovered upright on the riverbed. Rather than carefully extracting the car and preserving all evidence, the police just j-hooked it out of the river and severely damaged it as if it were just another junked car.

This smacks of a level of unprofessionalism so egregious that it is mind-boggling or, it was done intentionally to cover up the details.

The Lincoln Navigator that was also discovered was recovered upright and placed on a flatbed. That Toni's car was handled so differently is, I think, a little telling.

Anonymous said...

@10:47 Toni resided in and was reported missing from KC so it is their case.

Anonymous said...

Toni's and her BF's parents claim the shifter in Toni's car was in reverse. Considering the damaging way in which the police recovered the car from the river this could easily explain the shifter's position.

Especially if the shifter was originally in neutral, so the car rolled easily. All it would take is a bump from a dead leg to knock it into reverse.

Anonymous said...

@8:36 - no, "belly full of cum" refers to Suck. Chuck is the one that put it in Suck's belly.

Anonymous said...

^^^^So your a fag then?!!!? I knew it!!!

CitizenKC said...

In an interview reported in the Kansas City Star on March 12 Toni's mother *implied* that Toni's car was in reverse gear when recovered. The police have not confirmed this to my knowledge.

“She got freaked out,” Toni’s mother said. “She got lost and she got confused, or whatever. It was still dark. She was on the boat ramp and tried to back out. The ramp was icy and she slid into the river.”

The window of the 2012 Ford Focus was open and Toni Anderson’s seatbelt was off when the vehicle was recovered.

“She was fully clothed,” Liz Anderson said. “It must have happened so quick. It was so cold. She must have instantly gone into shock. I can see how it could happen.”


"IF" Toni's Ford Focus was in reverse gear it could indicate that the car was backed into the river. The Ford Focus is a front-wheel-drive car and allowing the car to back into the river from the ramp could insure the car would penetrate farther into the river.

Notice how enthusiastic Toni's mother is regarding the theory that her daughter's death was an accident. She's actually trying to convince us by making up improbable scenarios that her daughter's death was an accident.

According to the National Water Information System the temperature of the Missouri River at Kansas City Jan. 15 was 32 degrees F. When plunged into water of this temperature a healthy young adult should not go into "instant shock" in a medical sense and lose consciousness. People jump into ice water lakes in their bathing suits every winter for a brief swim, survive and even appear to enjoy it. According to the Minnesota Sea Grant website a person should be able to remain conscious for up to 15 minutes after being immersed in 32 degree F water. In Toni's case she would have been protected from exposure to the water by her car until it began to sink. Still she did not exit the car.

The fact that Toni was an experienced lifeguard makes the mom's imaginary account of her daughter's "freaked out," "confused" and "whatever" state even more incredible.

Anonymous said...

@1:58 PM I agree, although I still think the car was originally in neutral (fastest roll down the boat ramp)and was bumped into reverse during the recovery. I think your suggestion may be backwards. Wouldn't you want the heavy end (front) of the car going in first to "penetrate farther into the river"?

Toni's mother seems to be very quick to latch onto any explanation that portrays Toni as nothing more than a victim. First it was as a sex trafficking victim, now it's as a tragic accident victim.

Toni's mother seems completely unwilling to admit that her daughter just might bear a wee bit of responsibility for her own fate. That is sad.

CitizenKC said...

@2:31 PM, I'm assuming the car's engine was on. The engine would rotate the front wheels. After the back end of the vehicle enters the water and begins to float the heavier front end would still be in contact with the surface to continue to actively propel the vehicle into the river. It would be akin to a helper giving a boat a shove off a dock into the water.

Anonymous said...

@3:09 PM Ah, I see. That does make some sense. Although without a brick on the gas pedal the wheels would not be turning very fast. At an idle my car backs very slowly, even down a slope

In the scenario I envisioned the car would be rolling down the ramp in neutral at such a speed it would launch itself into the river without the need for an extra shove.

Either method would work, I suppose. I wonder which the killer would have thought of?

Anonymous said...

Given the information already stated and gathered that a person would have had time to escape and that the water wouldn't be too cold to send them into shock, as well as the educated and very plausible assumption that she would have had to been already dead because a swimmer/lifeguard would have been able to get out.. don't you think that another person could have killed her and drove her car into the river and escaped themselves?