Thursday, November 30, 2017

Five Youngsters Murdered And Counting: Kansas City, Kansas Teen Ruckus Death Spiral

An important bit of local investigative journalism makes the connection in a spate of killings following a dust-up among teens. Read more:

Beyond The Argument: Five Dead - And Counting - In Kansas City, Kansas

In late August last year, Shanta Barnett got a call from her 15-year-old daughter Brannae Browne. "Momma, did you hear about what happened?" Natasha Hays, the mom of one of Brannae's friends, had been killed in a drive-by shooting, she told her mom. Barnett warned her daughter to be careful.

5 Comments:

Don Cardinal said...

Sick culture ,rap is genocidal drum beats, gets impressionable minds from single mother at risk households to act out. This is the result.

Anonymous said...

Change must come from within. Nobody can change black culture other than black people and if the last 200 years are any indication, there will only be change for the worse.

Anonymous said...

All that tax money wasted on entitlements. What a shame.

Anonymous said...

Where are the black leaders? Obama, Clever, Jackson, athletes. Why have not heard any possible good black examples speak out in this country? Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit and now Kansas City both sides of the state line no black leaders trying to talk sense to their people. The culture of drugs, crime, poor treatment and blatantly sexiest attitudes toward women. Glorification of everything wrong about the culture. A come together attitude must grow or the blacks in this country are doomed.

Anonymous said...

This is only a good start. Five? should be five hundred..