Thursday, November 02, 2017

Kansas City Homicide #122 Redux: Community Confronts Fear After Torrent Of Gunfire Upturns Car In Latest Gangland-Style Murder

Resident outrage is palpable amid the 2017 crime wave and few solutions from local leaders who seem more interested in the City Hall development agenda. Checkit:

Neighbors saddened by Kansas City's 122nd homicide and sick of violence

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Wednesday afternoon 62-year-old Earl Gillespie says he was outside his home near East 16th and Lister in Kansas City, putting out a lawn chair for his wife, when gunshots rang out and sent him running for his life. "I was a little bit scared.


Anonymous said...

White people in that neighborhood, now that is poverty.

Anonymous said...

I know a few! But why is it that prominate black neighborhoods where a few white people live in this city hold the trophy for homicides? and prominant white neighborhoods where a few black people live dont????

Anonymous said...

'Cause it's all white people's fault.