Tuesday, February 13, 2018

TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! DOUBLE BACK: MIKE SANDERS & CALVIN WILLIFORD WIRE FRAUD HOT MESS LEGACY STILL THREATENS SOME JACKSON COUNTY POLITICOS!!!



Behind the scenes it seems that the recent guilty plea by former Jackson County power players has inspired some cooperation among feuding politicos.

To wit . . .

THE MIKE SANDERS & CALVIN WILLIFORD WIRE FRAUD DISGRACE HAS COURTHOUSE POLITICOS HOPING TO WORK TOGETHER IN ORDER TO AVOID A SIMILARLY EMBARRASSING FATE!!!

Here's what we'll see in the coming weeks . . .

An effort to try and distance the vaporware dirt trail Rock Island Corridor from the corruption of it's leading proponent - Mike Sanders. Look for a glowing promotional piece from The Kansas City Star as part of their ongoing work to keep their property tax bill low.

And then . . . Expect a clean courthouse break with former Exec Mike Sanders as quite a few politicos to disavow contributions & connections from his various campaign funds and/or controversial contracts.

A couple more Jackson County issues worth following . . .

Examiner: The big-ticket item for the county is the state’s reimbursement for prisoners held on state charges at the County Detention Center. Those account for the vast majority of inmates at the jail, but the county has a hard time collecting on its costs.

Fox4KC: New Jackson County program would provide support for victims, witnesses to gun violence

Developing . . .

6 Comments:

Anonymous said...

The courthouse has seemed quiet since the guilty plea. Scared straight?

Anonymous said...

Why doesn’t Jean Petersucker Baker start a new program where violent criminals are aggressively prosecuted for their crimes? Wouldn’t that be the best way of supporting the victims?

Anonymous said...

So whose got the keys to Caleb's fancy pickup? He's still around and getting paid, right?

Anonymous said...

The Royals may make mistakes about a lot of things.
But they sure were right about White!

Anonymous said...

Why are we still paying for a climate controlled room in the Historic Courthouse in Methtown to store Ken Mclain's art collection? Skippy did that and then got a huge paying job from Mclain!

Anonymous said...

Jean Peters Baker prosecute crimes? HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA