Thursday, August 31, 2017

Extended Family Sues Kansas After Youngster Abused, Murdered And Fed To Pigs

Follow-up to one of the most horrific local cases in recent memory that shed light on a total breakdown of family protective services. Checkit:

Family files lawsuit against Kansas, DCF in death of Adrian Jones

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The family of Adrian Jones has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the state of Kansas, the state's Department for Children and Families and several others, court documents confirmed Thursday morning. In 2015, police discovered Adrian's remains in a livestock pen in Wyandotte County located on the property where he lived with his father and stepmother.

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

What truly sick is that the extended family, that had NOTHING to do with that poor kid in his tragically short life NOW wants to sue the State for financial compensation!!! WTF for you sick F's looking for the ghetto lottery

Anonymous said...

They probably didn't even know the kids name

Anonymous said...



democrat greedy weasel trial lawyers looking to scam the taxpayers

Anonymous said...

Probably didn't know they had any kids until the news told everyone

Anonymous said...

So blacks really do believe the government is responsible to feed, cloth and raise thier children? Damn!

Anonymous said...

4:47 and others you are wrong. Watch interviews of his grandma, I think she knives in Emporia. She tried and tried to get answers about the kid while he was alive and was continously lied to by every adult in this kids life. It sounds like her daughter is a fuck up and left the kid with dad and step-mom but and they all gave her the run around. She tried going to the authorities and they didn't do shit either. Of all the people, grandma was the only one trying to take care of him but she couldn't even find him. There is a whole bunch of adults, including the state that failed this poor kid. Seriously, you should read the articles before you comment. I don't know anyone involved in this but I have read this and previous articles and you should too. Don't just read headlines and make assumptions that aren't correct. Heads should roll at the state for this. There was a caseworker whistle-blower involved in this case that quit before he was killed that tried to get the state to do something but they did nothing. People knew about this but did nothing. Whole lot of people guilty here but the ones that aren't is grandma's family. This goes all the way to Brownback budget cuts and stretched think resources. Never should have happened.