Monday, January 29, 2018

Kansas Cop Canned After Killing

Consequences in the Sunflower State following a controversy over an officer-involved shooting followed by public protest, outrage and community meetings to hold law enforcement accountable. Read more:

Leavenworth officer fired for 2017 deadly shooting

LEAVENWORTH, Kan. - The Leavenworth Police Department has fired an officer after an investigation into a 2017 deadly shooting. A news release from Leavenworth Police Chief Patrick Kitchens said on July 11, 2017, Officer Matthew Harrington responded to a report of a stolen car at 1708 Rose Street.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

...and the Wichita police killer who was placed in fear of his life by a simple pants pull up is getting a pass? Damn lets hope picking wax out of your ear isn't justification to get your ass off'd in Kansasville.

Anonymous said...

@11:10 with the irony being that whilst picking your ear, the cops would claim you were trying to commit suicide, a crime, and they had to shoot you to stop you from doing so.

Anonymous said...

Sounds exactly like the kind of officer the KCPD needs. Someone willing to kill hood rats when the slightest chance is there.

Anonymous said...

so he was fired, but no charges against him for murder?