Thursday, May 25, 2017

Jackson County Mean Jean Empty Threat???

Important journalism from Mike Mahoney offers a fact check from an anti-crime presser this week. Take a look:

Can the city seize your home for criminal issues? Yes. But it's not easy.

We're digging deeper into an emotional confrontation between the Jackson County Prosecutor and a Kansas City family. Jean Peters Baker is threatening to seize a woman's home if criminal activity at the home doesn't stop. Many people asked - is that even legal? Yes it is. It's also difficult to do, but not impossible.

14 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Any threat from Jean Baker Petersucker is an empty threat. She believes in the heavy hand of probation for violent criminals.

Anonymous said...

Jesus, all the requisite black stereotypes are on display. Fat, loudmouth Silverback screaming incoherently. A couple of other hood rats in the house too with a pit bull. All in the middle of the day when most people are at work. Probably 10 little kids living there too.

Anonymous said...

tamika pledgers relative!

Anonymous said...


How very sad there is ignorance like this in our city, and nation wide.

Anonymous said...

Wow, where to start. Do a criminal history check on the Wilson clan and you will find endless convictions including murder. This goes back over 20 plus years. Jackson county prosecutors are to blame as well by not putting and keeping this criminal clan locked up at every opportunity.

Anonymous said...

Excellent point and a perfect example of how worthless "Mean Jean" really is. All she's good at is flapping her gums for the camera.

Anonymous said...

Ya'll catch all the of the racial shit they were throwing around,also.. Goddamn it's always white man this,cracker that.
.what a sickening freakshow,provided without a clue of even being the star's of..brought to you by The Black's.

Anonymous said...

Do they get disability, food stamps etc at this place? Shut them down! This is the dung we have to support?

Anonymous said...

For all the big supporters of body cameras for the police, keep in mind that there will be dozens, no hundreds, of videos just like this and the public will have lots of chances to see the kinds of behaviors that the cops have to contend with each and every day.
The chickens will be coming home to roost and the "stories" will no longer be so one-sided.
Then the marches and demands will become about the fact that the videos have been made public.
As always, be careful what you wish for.

Anonymous said...

If this (or any) house is full of criminals, why have a press conference? How about having the cops raid the place? What the hell am I missing here? Seriously, instead of arresting, prosecuting and jailing criminals, we're now just going to shame them? Or perhaps this was just a very cynical attention grab by the prosecutor?

Anonymous said...

Level the house but i'd eat Mean Jean. Mmmmmmm yummy.

Anonymous said...

What a cute Negro Terrier.

Anonymous said...

All over the country prosecutors used to use the public nuisance laws to seize businesses, like bas, that were used for drugs and such. In fact in Kansas, if undercovers bought drugs from bar patrons, they used to raid the bars, close them and use the assets for more drug wars. Over the years the locals just stuck to seizing vehicles and shit, but the Feds will still come after everything you got if they get a wild hair up their ass.

The thing these folks need to grasp is the locals don't have to prove very much to pull this off. Perhaps they should clean up their act and knock off the bullshit 'cause no one really gives a shit if their drunken ass grandaddy lived in that house.

Anonymous said...

The incoherent shrieking. Are there people who can literally comprehend that method of speech? I can understand even deep south accents, townies, even canadians; as they all follow the general grammatical rules of the English language. This though... I feel sorry for the kids typing up closed captions, what a difficult job.