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 . . .