Thursday, February 08, 2018

High Tech Kansas City Mom Tracks Down Suspects After Son Suffers Internets Shopping Brutal Beat Down And Robbery

Consider this an YET ANOTHER KANSAS CITY CONSUMER WARNING ABOUT THE DANGERS OF MEETING UP FOR ONLINE TRANSACTIONS along with the ensuing Internets tracking for local crooks who use tech but, thankfully, may not be exceptionally sophisticated about it. Read more:

Kansas City mother takes action after 3 suspects rob her, son at gunpoint

A Kansas City mother helped police track down the suspects who pistol whipped and robbed her and her son at gunpoint. She found an online ad and hoped to buy clothing for her son but instead became the target of armed thieves.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Think these suspects will do any time for this? I think Jean Petersucker Baker will see that they get about 30 days of probation.

Anonymous said...

3 excellent examples of urban parenting.

Anonymous said...

Filthy animals.

God I hate them.

Anonymous said...

6:29 A sentence is handed down by the judge, not the prosecutor.

Anonymous said...

No shit, lickbag? Jean Petersucker Baker can and will recommend probation, like she always does. Jean Petersucker Baker is a weak dick.

Anonymous said...

What the fuck is wrong with her? Going to some black persons apartment to buy clothes? She is reallly fucking stupid.

Anonymous said...

7:07 Is technically correct, in a Perry Mason sort of way. However, the prosecutor has no time to allocate to a case like this, the public defender has less, and the courts are stacked up tight. These kids will plead out to time served (this will take six months and they ain't making bail) and three years of probation.

Anonymous said...

We need jails like the 60 &70's . Get a good beating and Dad picks you up at the back door. For a real beating.

Anonymous said...

He stole those extensions. Take that back, one of his bitches did

Anonymous said...

Feb. 7th 1881
Plea bargaining gains favor in American courts. Albert McKenzie pleads guilty to a misdemeanor count of embezzlement in Alameda County, California. McKenzie had originally been charged with a felony for taking $52.50 from the sewing-machine company for which he worked. However, rather than go through a trial, the prosecution and defendant agreed to a plea bargain, a practice that was becoming increasingly common in American courts.

The right to a trial by jury was considered a central part of the justice system in the early days of the United States. The Seventh Amendment of the Bill of Rights codified it as an essential part of Americans’ civil liberties. When criminals were caught and charged, the government went through a trial and verdict. But in the 1800s, a trend toward plea bargaining began. In Alameda County, from 1880 to 1910, nearly 10 percent of all defendants changed their “not guilty” pleas to “guilty of lesser charges” or pled guilty to reduced charges.

Today, the plea bargain is an essential part of the criminal justice system. The great majority of charges, over 90 percent in many jurisdictions, are resolved through some type of plea bargain.

Anonymous said...

I agree that Jean Petersucker Baker isn’t very aggressive at prosecuting crimes and doesn’t have much skill but she is hardly the worst prosecutor ever.

Anonymous said...

Most of the cases are prosecuted by Asst. D.A.'s anyway not her and it's the judge that has final say on sentencing.

Anonymous said...

So you’re sayin Jean Petersucker Baker has no effect on crime or the effective prosecution of crime?

Anonymous said...

Everyone's tired of this childish Petersucker bullshit.

Anonymous said...

Im not tired of the childish Petersucker bullshit. I just found out that really isn't her name. I think that is funny as hell.

Anonymous said...

Stupid lady is lucky to be alive. Who meets ghetto rats at their ghetto apartment? You meet at the police station, lots of police stations have designated areas for such transactions.

Anonymous said...

With all due respect for the mom, with discount stores, thrift shops, garage sales, etc., why the hell would anyone buy basketball shorts off CL? The entire set up reeks of TNB.