Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Kansas City Activists Continue Fight For Ryan Stokes Half Decade After Controversial Power & Light District Deadly Police Shooting

A look at the ongoing search for answers in this case which continues to confront local authorities and has inspired college activists into their grad school pursuits. Read more:

Family's 'Patience Has Worn Thin' Five Years After Kansas City Police Killed Ryan Stokes

Family members of Ryan Stokes, a 24-year-old black man killed by a Kansas City police officer nearly five years ago, told the Board of Police Commissioners on Tuesday that their patience for justice has "worn thin."

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

“Regardless of the circumstances of the event that lead to the use of deadly force, compassion from this department would have gone a long way in our worst hour,” Taylor said.

So he had a weapon and got killed and they want some sympathy?

Is this a joke? These people are insufferable

Anonymous said...

KCUR = Frankfurt School Marxist Jew Bullshit

Anonymous said...

Such a tragedy, he was running to his Sunday school class, followed by a trip to feed hungry orphans and then on to a peace summit.

Anonymous said...

Did he have a sword ?

Anonymous said...

Play stupid games win stupid prizes.

Anonymous said...

You can get your kcpd badge out of a cracker jack box

Anonymous said...

The family wants sympathy? Well, it is in the dictionary between shit and syphilis.

Anonymous said...

Why do innocent people always run from the police?

Anonymous said...

Let me understand, he was a scholar and was going to be the first person to go to college in his family, attended church every Sunday morning, fed the homeless, petted dogs on the head, read to kindergartners at their schools, was a school crossing guard, helped old ladies walk across the street, gave away all of his money to people he passed, held a part-time job and bought tickets to the Policeman's Ball every year.

Anonymous said...

And to think he was just getting his life turned around.