Monday, June 05, 2017

KANSAS CITY FEARS DEADLY, VIOLENT & CRUEL SUMMER!!!



We'll have more on this later but for now, check these two local links that focus on rising KCMO violence impacting communities.

To wit . . .

DESPITE THE DEVELOPMENT FOCUSED AGENDA: THE RISE IN CRIME AND VIOLENCE CONCERNS KANSAS CITY RESIDENTS MORE THAN ANYTHING ELSE!!!

Two examples for right now . . .

Curfew proposed to curb violent crime at KC parks

WEBVTT KELLY ECKERMAN EXPLAINS WHATWOULD CHANGE, AND SOME OF THEINITIAL REACTION.KELLY: THERE'S STILL ACTIVITYALONG INDIAN CREEK TRAIL, BUTEVERYONE I TALKED TO SEEMSPAINFULLY AWARE OF RECENTCRIMES, MOST RECENTLY THE MURDEROF RESTAURANT OWNER MIKE DARBYIN BROAD DAYLIGHT.>> THAT IS WHEN WE SAW THAT THISIS WHERE THE MURDERS HAVEOCCURRED.WE FEEL A LITTLE JITTERY ABOUTWALKING IT.KELLYL: THE CITY COUNCIL ISCONSIDERING A CURFEW.>> I COULDN'T WAIT TO GET OFFTHE TRAIL.KELLY: IT INCLUDES A LEAST AHALF DOZEN PARKS ACROSS THECITY, AND WOULD BE IN PLACE FROM11:00 P.M.


Concerning trend of violence against women worries community leaders and advocates

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City is on a dangerous trend right now - an increasing rate of homicides. The city's recorded more homicides through this point in 2017 than it has through the same dates in the last four years.


Kansas City neighbors react to rise in violence

WEBVTT >> PART OF A DISTURBING TRENDTHAT POLICE AND RESIDENTS SAYTHEY WANT TO STOP.>> THREE PEOPLE WERE SHOT INTHIS DUPLEX.DAVID ABRAMS DIED LATER.THIS BRINGS THE HOMCIDE TOTALTO AN ASTOUNDING 57 SO FAR THISYEAR.IT COMPARES TO THIS TIME LASTYEAR WHEN THE CITY REPORTED THEHIGHEST HOMICIDE TOTALS INALMOST TWO DECADES.WE SPOKE TO NEIGHBORS ABOUT THEVIOLENT TREND.>> IT WAS A LOT OF RESPECT.>> THAT ISN'T LEADERSHIP.>> SHE WORRIES.YOU CAN GET INTO IT.ONCE EVERYBODY DYING FOR?>> THE FORM STARTS AT 6:00.


Developing . . .

21 Comments:

Anonymous said...

It's Business as usual at KCPD.

Anonymous said...

According to KCPD Sgt Graves everything is OK.

Anonymous said...

Street car is down. Just got a call from my dad at union station. Was having dinner with my mom and got stranded there after taking the street car from river market to there. Mom is in a wheelchair and he needed me to pick him up to take him to his van leaving my mom there. Fortunately a bus came to pick people up.

Anyone know why the street car is down, again?

Anonymous said...

We need to get to 75 by the end of June

Anonymous said...

Yes it's a outdated piece of shit

Anonymous said...


Take this to your community forum! A white professor at Evergreen college in Washington state is being punished for disagreeing to have a day without whites the students wanted.

Please contact the Dept of Justice and the Dept of Education and demand punishment and revoke of federal funding for this college.

This is a nasty racist and hate crime against a white professor and white people!

This black privilege hatred needs to stop.

To the KCPD keep up the good work even though Mayor James has put you in harms way by cutting back on police officers. His goal is to harm you!

Anonymous said...

We have plenty of cops. They choose not to use them. Mayor bullhorn and fat boy Troy are telling KCPD to only put the minimum amount of cops on the street to keep costs down. Money rules in these two clowns world not the citizens they swore to protect

Anonymous said...

They have to pay the 500,000 in OT to the police chief.
So the joe blow cops got screwed.

Anonymous said...

In the immortal words of former mayor funky town "chump change"

Anonymous said...

The police dept has the highest paid employees in kc, I'm not feeling sorry for them about their pay, I feel sorry for who they work with as far as management goes

Anonymous said...

City Council members noted, however, that city employees are different from police employees. While the city negotiates with its own unions, Kansas City police are considered to be state employees and are part of a department that answers to the Board of Police Commissioners, not the city.

The city’s only responsibility is to fund the Police Department as required by state law, and every year the city exceeds that responsibility, to the tune of more than $230 million this year out of the city’s total $1.5 billion budget.

Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/news/local/article110445567.html#storylink=cpy

Anonymous said...

^^^No one asked for your pity rube. Go back to the trailer

Anonymous said...

The cops are getting a bad deal. The mayor is a clown, the police chief was incompetent and the prosecutor is Jean Petersucker Baker, a lying cunt

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the lying liberal media, black privilege, and the fact that nobody sees nuffin.

Anonymous said...

“A recent report by the FBI ranks Kansas City as the 6th most violent city in the country" thanks mayor bullhorn we are working our way to the number one spot, just not the one we wanted

Anonymous said...

Can someone explain to me why Leawood doesn't need a curfew? How about Oak Grove? How about Argentine? What is it about the areas that need curfews that they have in common? Do the Asians in Columbus Park need a curfew? Only black people can't behave with common decency. You know how embarrassing it should be to a people that they can't be trusted whatsoever? But no, they have no pride or decency. It really isn't that difficult to act with some civility but they can't. They are a plague on Earth.

Anonymous said...

KC COPS are doing great , they are ordered to stand down and respect the diversity and inclusion of the inner city youth scholar's hood rats that are doing the nasty crime ¡ it ain't never gunna stop , never gunna stop never gunna stop ¡!

Anonymous said...

You speak the truth.

Anonymous said...

"Curfew proposed to curb violent crime at KC parks"

There is something seriously wrong with a city having the mentality that if you remove all good and peaceful citizens you will reduce crime. The answer is an unbridled assault against the criminals at all levels. I know that means fewer trips to the donut shop, prosecutors being trained to actually take cases to court and a reduction in using police as fund raisers for the city, but enough is enough.

Anonymous said...

KCPD is just a fund raiser for the city.
It's not a real police department.

Crazy Clown said...

FACT :

I get hurt in this town at all, what so ever in the slightest, over Sly James and Jean Peters Bakers Criminals they let run around loose

once I recover, we'll see just how goddamn fast Sly James can run and Jean Peters Baker,,,

that's NOT a figure of Speech either !!!!