Monday, May 15, 2017

Midtown Kansas City Outrage Over 911 Wait Time As Clint's Comic Book Owner Lay Dying

More insight into a horrific local crime and messed up Kansas City tech . . .

Response times questioned after comic store owner's death

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - After the owner of Clint's Comics died following a robbery, witnesses say first responders took too long to provide help. James Cavanaugh owns Clint's Comics and was attempting to stop a shoplifter on Friday when he was killed. He died after being knocked to the ground during the confrontation.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

died for 20 bucks worth of comics. That's not a good choice.

Anonymous said...

When was the last century KCPD came to a crime scene and administered first aid?

Anonymous said...

I thought the beloved e-tax covered services like 911???

Anonymous said...

That was a lie^^^^^

Anonymous said...

The mayor spent it on pizza trying to divert a crime surge.