Thursday, April 26, 2018

TKC Blog Community Fears Prosecutors Will Screw-up Schlitterbahn Decapitation Case

Opening rounds in this legal battle haven't inspired much faith from locals demanding justice for the tragic death of a local youngster. Read more:

Judge dismisses Schlitterbahn charge against 1 defendant

A judge has dismissed an involuntary manslaughter charge against one of five defendants in the decapitation death of a 10-year-old Kansas boy on a water slide. Wyandotte County District Court Judge Robert Burns on Wednesday dropped charges against Schlitterbahn Waterpark of Kansas City, Kansas, in the 2016 death of Caleb Schwab on the Verruckt water slide.

6 comments:

Diogenes Jr. said...

At last all the money the Henry Family donated to the Republican Party over the years is starting to pay dividends!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ @8:55

Give me a break. That's just the kind of stupid thing a liberal would say and think. Complete IGNORANCE

Anonymous said...

Of course Wyandotte prosecutors will screw this case up. The only thing they are capable of doing well is corruption. They excel at corruption and covering each other, but that is about the only thing they are competent at.

PLENTY OF PROBLEMS SINCE THE PINTO! said...

Will the CEOs of the car companies get charged for the many thousands of deaths and injuries from their "rides"?
All major manufacturers in that industry admit, or were uncovered as greedy cheats who concealed unfavorable performance and safety data.

Read: www.cheatsheet.com/11 of history's most infamous automotive scandals/feb.24,2018

Search "automotive defects and recalls" for a loooong list of FUBAR failures!

Gus said...

Charging these people was stupid from outset and nothing more than a BS attempt to make it look like the state was "doing something"- besides dropping the ball when it comes to inspecting amusement park rides on a regular basis, like the state of Kansas should have been doing all along.

This was a tragedy not a homicide. The proper venue for it is the civil court system.

Anonymous said...

@ 9:50, my apologies, Vyachislav Feodorovich, I did not intend to imply that the GOP could ever be corrupt.
Please pass my regrets on to your overseers at the Kremlin.