Friday, January 05, 2018

TKC BREAKING AND EXCLUSIVE NEWS!!! ACTIVISTS TARGETING DANGEROUS KANSAS CITY BARS WITH COMPLAINTS TO REGULATED INDUSTRIES IN HOPES TO CURTAIL HOMICIDE COUNT 2018!!!



Behind the scenes, a new plan with community support aims to attack Kansas City bar biz with organized complaints if embattled clubs are involved in deadly violence.

To wit . . .

TOP ECHELON INSIDERS TELL TKC THAT TARGETING KANSAS CITY BAR BIZ WITH WELL-DOCUMENTED COMPLAINTS TO REGULATED INDUSTRIES IS THE ONLY WAY TO EVOKE CHANGE AND REDUCE FATALITIES AMID OFTEN DEADLY LOCAL DRINKING CULTURE!!!

Here's what we've seen so far . . .

- There has been an outside investigation into the criminal history of Westport workers and more than a few do not qualify to work with booze, even under increasingly liberal KCMO liquor codes.

- South KC bars have also been targeted given that these taverns are often connected to shootings and host many reputed felons.

- Crossorads & Westside bar biz is also under scrutiny for the legal status of their workers and the practices within their establishments i.e. there's no shortage of open-air weed smoking and undocumented bar workers in this part of town.

Here's the word . . .

"Look at Kansas City violence, especially during the warmer months, and you can almost trace it directly to bars and troubled entertainment districts. Rather than curtailing the civil rights of all residents, we must look at the practices of these establishments and how they contribute to violence either by way of their own violations or how they are aiding and abetting a growing criminal element among their patrons."

Yes, this sounds a lot like push back for upcoming street privatization in Westport but also a glimpse at the root causes violence beyond politically correct chatter. Here's one last preview of the strategy . . .

"In the final analysis, local bars are bound by the will of the taxpayers because their profit model is predicated on the distribution of a controlled substance. So this plan to monitor the practices of KCMO bars involved in violence, drugs and illegal activity offers quantifiable benchmarks. We have the ability to file hundreds if not thousands of complaints with Regulated Industries this year in order to ensure the safety of all residents and that local bars are also adhering to the letter of the law."

And so . . .

Kansas City drinking life offers no respite from increasingly divisive politics which hopes to reduce danger to bar patrons and serve as a watchdog over drinking establishments that have garnered an increasing level control over local streets.

Developing . . .

42 Comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a plan. But I wouldn't expect most bar owners to lay back and take it. it's also an election year and they'll have more tricks up their sleeve when it comes to the influence they have over council.

GizmoKC said...

Kansas City, Missouri is home to the best government that money can buy!

Anonymous said...

I have to give them just a little bit of credit. It sounds a lot more effective then lighting some candles every time there's a KC killing.

SMjc said...

This is why drinking in Leawood is so damn nice. None of the tension but all of the fat white women. Enjoy your protest gentlemen, and I'll enjoy my Glenlivet.

Anonymous said...

And THIS is how Westport died.

Anonymous said...

Don't be so dramatic. Kelly's can sustain itself with 3-5 drunken Scottish patrons for the next 30 years.

How do you think they got this far?

Anonymous said...

Just remember that every time you want to change liquor laws to address a few bad apples it affects everyone else who serves a beer. This includes your small mom and pop restaurants to your grocery store employees.

Single out and address the problem, don't make a bigger one.

Anonymous said...

"Look at Kansas City violence, especially during the warmer months, and you can almost trace it directly to black people."

There Tony I fixed that for you. The problem has been singled out.

Now you can address it.

Anonymous said...

Unintended consequence: getting rid of shady bar workers and sketchy clientele from legit bars = new east side speakeasies. “Nature will find a way.”

Anonymous said...

Right. And just who are these "TOP ECHELON INSIDERS".

Why would they speak only to Botello. For kicks?

Anonymous said...

Fake News (Made Up) by Tony

Not bad! Pretty good!

Anonymous said...

He will probably delete it like usual

Anonymous said...

Westport has historically caused a lot of their own problem by over serving patrons.

Anonymous said...

Haven’t been to Westport in years, and it will not hurt me at all if I never go back. Of all the places in the country you could go visit and spend money...

I used to go to Westport a looonnggg time ago. It was different then. You didn’t have the blacks pulling guns on you while you walked back to your parked car. Seriously, if no black males went to Westport at night the only crime would be some drunk white dudes fighting here and there. The shootings and the robberies would barely ever happen.

Anonymous said...

^^^Please don't ever go back. We don't need you down there. You would just fuck up everything. Who are you kidding...you don't go anywhere! Stay away...it isn't for you!

Anonymous said...

9:35, I spend very good money when I patron a business. Don’t you worry you fragile little thing I won’t go back. Why? Because I don’t feel like getting shot at. You say I would fuck up aomething? How? I’m not the one killing people down there, doing drugs in the alley, or selling meth to the gay men. Give me a break. Westport is for the degenerates, and don’t let anyone fool you to thinking otherwise. It USED to be different. Westport was once really something good.

Anonymous said...

Oh come on ! Many of the murders in this city are committed by people that are under drinking age and most by people who had not been in a bar, at least not a legal bar. Night life along Prospect is a neighborhood issue not a problem that can be addressed with city wide ordinances.

Anonymous said...

Westport nowadays is nothing more than a litter box for the Johnson County residents

Anonymous said...

From a KCUR article last month:


Kansas City police Capt. Doug Niemeier says people have been wondering if the area is indeed dangerous. At the joint session of the Neighborhoods and Planning and Zoning committees, Neimeier provided data on violent crime in Westport.

Over the past three years, police found violent crime in Westport is highest between the hours of midnight and 3 a.m., and the majority of crimes occur between Friday nights and before dawn Sunday mornings. Violent crime incidents are concentrated disproportionately around the intersection of Westport Road and Mill Street by the nightclub Throwback KC.






Anonymous said...

Do tell me about the neighborhood ordinances .

Anonymous said...

1:00 a.m. closing can be done very quickly start there.

Anonymous said...

Did black jesus turn water into grape drank?

Anonymous said...

Mad dog 20 20

Anonymous said...

My advice for you people is to get under your beds and stay there. Leave Westport to your betters. We got this. Stay far away.....its soooooooo dangerous!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

They are worried about illegal bar tenders and the violence that they can make but not illegal aliens and the violence they can make?

What if the illegal bar tender was also an illegal alien? I bet that would stop any crackdown.

Anonymous said...

10:36, if only you were able to communicate that last month to Zachary Pearce, 24 years old.

WESTPORT:

Police say a maroon SUV pulled up next to two men in their 20s as they were walking near Walnut Street. Officers say a person inside the vehicle pulled out a gun and demanded that the men hand over their phones and wallets.

Both men handed over their belongings, but the suspect still fired a shot. Pearce was hit by the bullet and was found dead when officers arrived at the scene. The other man was not hurt.

Pearce's father says when police first told him someone killed his son he couldn't speak.

Since then, he's felt anger and pain.

"I can't cry at the moment and it makes me angry because I've cried so much," he said. "These people don't know the person they took."






Every weekend there are ghetto ass violent predators roaming around westport. This is a FACT. Then you have your share of hipsters. Bean pole males wearing skinny jeans and bending their wrist when talking about male feminism. Obese butch women in shitty outfits and black high top boots who call themselves "nasty women", and the groups of people who go around talking about bands nobody has ever heard of....and never will lol.

Westport is the culture of people who show up to the "womens march" aka abortion rallies...or anti trump protests with communist flags chanting like zombies "trans lives matters". Which is EXACTLY what happened in KCMO in 2016 at the WW1 memorial. They carpooled from Westport, got on the street car down to union station an "organized for change" like they good little commies they are. Westport is where antifa terrorists are comfortable. Its a very diverse mix of problems in westport you see.


Some people see this as some kind of badge of honor.

Anonymous said...

Tony hears voices in his head. Most meth addicts do.

Anonymous said...

Guns kill people, not booze.

Anonymous said...

11:25...people kill people. Anyway, Westport smells like my toilet farts.

Anonymous said...

Hey pants-shitters-Westport is a no-go zone for you.

Anonymous said...

@10:53AM-it's obvious you've never been to Westport, and it's obvious your another in a long list of geriatric shut-ins who populate this blog. You only know what you see on TV, and what your masters at Fox News want you to know. Please do us all a favor and don't ever leave the old-folks home. You can't function out here, and it's really, really, really, really dangerous.

Anonymous said...

Not one of the complaints identified in this post identifies a causal nexus between an alleged "violation" of some sort and violence. Most likely, Regulated Industries will soon become as tired of the whiney "activists" as the rest of us are. I enjoy Westport frequently (a beer at Kelly's followed by dinner at one of the nearby restaurants) and have never felt threatened. Just leave the area by 9 or 10 nd you'll be fine.

Anonymous said...

LOL, biiiiiigly!

Anonymous said...

12:06 im in my 30s so your whole post should just be deleted. I went to wesport in my early 20s, had some fun...but its way different now. Last time I "went out" to westport was 4 years ago. Its just loitered now by trouble who doesnt spend money at the bars. Sure there are people hanging out, but its inhabitants are definitely.....strange.

Anonymous said...

F*ck'n A, because Crazies like you, and too many Crimmies! Both, Commies and Coons!

Anonymous said...


I agree with 9:30 Westport was fun back then and you didn't have to worry about anything other than a couple of guy fights and they were broken up pretty fast.

When I see a black person now I have my weapon in hand ready for trouble from them.

Andy G. said...

This is why we can't have anything nice. Too many people out to ruin a good time for everyone else.

Anonymous said...

9:35 “Please don't ever go back. We don't need you down there. You would just fuck up everything.” Your one of the reasons it’s fucked up dummy. It was just fine until the last five or so years, there, problem solved, keep your dumbass out along with the blacks and everything will be great again!!!

Drunken KC said...

Westport is for old drunks and fat chicks.

That's why I love it.

That's why it will survive!

Anonymous said...

Get them --Get them god --Bar owners who do not run a business and think that they can get the POPO to do the job. Close them up.

Anonymous said...

We need a little more information before you start going after the hard w.orking food service people in Kansas City

Unknown said...

Instead of entertainment districts how about we go back to small neighborhood bars less chances for violence and drunk driving