Saturday, May 13, 2017

Activist Alonzo Washington Finds Community Support And Cooperation On Facebook



This week was the 16th anniversary of the Precious Doe homicide that activist Alonzo Washington solved.

Mainstream media cut him out of that story but as the growing group of his fans, followers, supporters and friends expressed their outrage . . . Mr. Washington seemed strangely calm.

Why?

Sadly, Alonzo Washington is accustomed to media neglecting to report his instrumental role in the historic Kansas City case but also because he has found a new audience and a lot of people willing to help his cause on Facebook.

Accordingly . . .

WITH THOUSANDS OF LIVESTREAM VIEWS, HUNDREDS OF SHARES AND GROWING CONNECTIONS . . . MR. WASHINGTON IS TAKING HIS CRIME-FIGHTING GAME TO THE NEXT LEVEL VIA SOCIAL MEDIA!!!

In the past week he has garnered at least three viral threads where he asks for tips to solve crimes, calls out local media denizens and shares his thoughts on lackluster coverage.

Check the KC CrimeFighter on Facebook and find a growing community of locals who are looking for a more realistic view of ongoing efforts to solve and curb so much metro violence.

Developing . . .

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

He hasn't solved shit.

Anonymous said...

FAKE NEWS!

Anonymous said...

Alonzo , the black HOMO !

Byron Funkhouser said...

Washington is trying to make the world a better place.

Are you?

A note about a black man's surname: It isn't his, it's the name of the person who owned his ancestors. Evil white men are identified by the surnames of blacks. If you meet a black man named Funkhouser, then someone named Funkhouser was an evil slave owner. But, you won't ...

Silverback Sly said...

It must suck going through life as a cuckold to the black man

Anonymous said...

If Washington is try to make the world a better place, he should off himself! That will surely improve the planet....

Anonymous said...


Does this Mr. Washington know that black people don't report crimes?

And Byron you're only part right, a lot of black people took the names of Presidents, not just slave owners.

And don't forget it was the evil African blacks who kidnapped and sold other black people to the white man.

Bob said...

12:31 - Because slaves had standards.

Anonymous said...

So Buckwheat was named by a ritch grain farmer. Damn glad Funkenshiester solved that earth altering mystery. Damn, that is right up there with G W Carver inventing peanut butter. The real question is who the hell named peanut butter Skippy and Jiff?