Monday, October 16, 2017

OUTCRY OVER KANSAS CITY 'RANDOM' STOPLIGHT KILLING!!!

A plea for justice and suspect identification as this family mourns a tragic loss. Take a look:

Reward offered to help police find 'random' shooter

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A grieving family makes a public plea for someone to help them find the man who's charged with killing their daughter, in what police are calling a random shooting. "There's no such thing as the wrong place at the wrong time," said Michael Addison, the victim's father.

6 Comments:

Gray Back said...

"There's no such thing as the wrong place at the wrong time," said Michael Addison, the victim's father.

Problem: It's Killa City!

Anonymous said...

As a teen in 1976 I found blacks to be awesome.. they're jive talkin.. the funk music before white people turned it into disco.. the Wildcats the 225's..and the hair.. as a skinny nerdy guy.. the whites were judgemental,I couldnt fit into any of their groups..but the blacks both men and women took me in as if I were black.. which I noticed..at bendix in the red badge area they split into 2 groups whites and blacks,I preferred the blacks they were kind and open and alot cooler to hang out with more in common I found.. i came to see the atrocities the older ones told me as they struggled to just make it.. so today's African Americans have nothing to complain about except the devastation caused by their own community actions.. why don't the over 50 black community care.. when and why did you give back so much high ground achieved by the dead blacks who fought for you??

Anonymous said...

6:07, if you're talking 80's era at Bendix, there weren't​ many blacks in the nerd herd (engineering, labs, testing, etc.). There were a couple dozen in gate security and janitorial, each. There was a handful of black machinists on first shift. Within a decade and during Lou Smith's CEO era, the Allied-Signal change over added more women and blacks. Soon after, the Honeywell transition upped EEOC transfers and new hires.

Anonymous said...

That's all true.. but when and why did they all give up??

Anonymous said...

In 1978 it was a 50/50 split..

Anonymous said...

Muh Dick trying to educate yourself against fake and misleading news.