TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! NORTH KANSAS CITY POLICE RAGE AGAINST BLOGGER AND REVEAL TONI ANDERSON HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION ONGOING!!!
Tonight our blog community will tread carefully but still reveal that our information has been CONFIRMED regarding the ongoing police investigation into the high profile murder of Kansas City strip club worker Toni Anderson. Meanwhile, the effort to document a concise version of events has failed because of an overall lack of transparency by authorities.
To wit . . .
NKC POLICE PUSH BACK AGAINST INTERNETS BLOGGER MURDER ALLEGATIONS WARNS AGAINST ANYONE SHARING ONLINE CONTENT!!!
Check the statement from the NKC Police Facebook page which actually helps clear up a few things.
"The North Kansas City Police Department is aware of an internet blogger that has taken an interest in the missing persons investigation of Toni Anderson that is being conducted by the Kansas City Missouri Police Department. The creator of this blog, absent access to any facts, is writing inaccurate information about our department, our officers, and the Kansas City Missouri Police Department.
"There have been many calls for our department to release our dash-cam video of one of our officers stopping Ms. Anderson on the morning she disappeared. This video does exist and is still part of an open investigation by the Kansas City Missouri Police Department. Because the investigation is still open, the video continues to be a closed record pursuant to Missouri Sunshine Law and will remain a closed record until their investigation is closed. Once closed, all pertinent, factual information will be available to the public through normal request procedures.
"We do appreciate people that have reached out to us to let us know the existence of this blog and we are currently considering our legal options against this blogger for the slanderous writings as well as any person(s) contributing and sharing this inaccurate information."
Now . . .
THE REALLY IMPORTANT PART HERE IS LAW ENFORCEMENT CONFIRMATION THAT THE KCPD INVESTIGATION OF TONI ANDERSON'S DEATH CONTINUES!!!
Now let's get to the second part of their contention.
The blogger that many believe they're talking about: richardboydenreport.com.
Moreover . . .
Our TKC blog community ABSOLUTELY AGREES that the allegations made by the "Boyden Blog" have little to no verification as this time.
The Boyden blog pens some sketchy stuff that's way beyond even the worst stories of Toni Anderson's tragic party girl life . . .
One example that is unrelated to any active investigation is an anti-gay religious message that seems TOTALLY unhinged. There are thousands to millions of words written on the site that seem kinda sketchy and not the least bit informative or link to real news sources as our blog has always tried to do, even when we're joking around . . . While TKC is dedicated to the Kansas City discourse, it's fair to say that the Boyden blog is an all around crusader against a great many modern-day trends both imaginary and real.
Seriously, our literary TKC reference regarding "Jack The Ripper" is conservative by measure of some of the off-kilter content from the Boyden blog.
However . . . The NKC Police suggestion that linking or sharing content in a lawful way is spurious at best . . . While we understand their frustration at the really CONTENTIOUS AND POTENTIALLY DEFAMATORY statements of the Boyden blog, freedom of speech and expression is far more important than any single Internets beef.
A response to NKC police from a supporter of the "Justice For Toni" movement exclaims . . .
"Trying to shut up & blame people who have cared enough to try to give us the truth & justice we're seeking. That is a slap in our faces . . ."
Still . . . TKC CHOOSES NOT TO HYPERLINK but still REFUSES TO BE CENSORED by police without any legal precedent, standing or code and only a vague social media threat.
Despite the pressure of an ongoing death inquiry, this is still the United States . . . Our blog community contends that freedom of speech and expression are nearly sacred as TKC upholds Kansas City 1st Amendment Constitutional Rights.
Nevertheless . . .
The reality of this tragic story is neither salacious nor illicit and at the end of the day a young woman remains dead as police, family, friends and denizens of the local discourse struggle to come to terms with the circumstances of her demise.
Developing . . .