Monday, August 13, 2018

SHOCK!!! KANSAS CITY WORK WEEK BEGINS WITH BABY SUFFERING GUNFIRE!!!



Back to school starts for many local youngsters as the threat of constant Kansas City gunfire continues to impact the NEXTGEN.

Here's the latest disappointment for the future . . .

Check the links:

KMBC: Kansas City police said the child was shot in the ankle at 2 a.m. inside a house at 16th and Lister.

KCTV5: Police said the child was shot in the ankle and is expected to be OK.

Fox4: Police working to determine who shot 7-month-old

KSHB: Baby recovering in hospital after being shot expected to be OK

Developing . . .

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess Rock the block didn't work after all.

Anonymous said...

Wrong.

It worked perfectly, make people think that the mayor and city council actually care about real problems affecting KCmo.

Anonymous said...

fucking shame when KC is still shooting at kids when it's the adults who really have all the problems.

KC resident said...

I blame the schools.

Anonymous said...

I blame the "African Americans".
Of course you have to understand the viewpoint of the downtrodden People, after all, "the Baby disrespected him".

Anonymous said...

Meanwhile, Heather Hall is worried about rolling trash bins. Don't worry, after we solve the issues of trash bins (green or blue? one or two?) we will get around to talking about the rampant gun violence. But only after trash bins get worked out.

Yes, people are being murdered. But in the northland, trash bins are a big issue.

Anonymous said...

Slie's feel good programs, NoVa, Aim4Peace, ad Hoc, Mothers in Charge, COMBAT, social workers, free pizza parties aka rock the block and many others have miserably failed the community and have no effect on reducing crime.
The only thing they accomplished is obtaining taxpayer dollars to squander on their behalf. Some of these dollars probably found there way to peoples back pockets.

Anonymous said...

Hey, @7:17, be fair!

You clowns in "Baja KC" like to pretend the Northland doesn't exist as far as City Services go (except, of course, at Tax Time,) so quit griping if the most serious problem up here is Trash Bins!

Besides, there aren't that many "people" being murdered, it's all happening in the Inner City Quagmire!

Anonymous said...

7:28 nothing exists outside the downtown loop, just ask Go4kc because that’s the only thing he knows about, I think he’s too scared to go outside the “wire” hahahahaha!

Anonymous said...

that is their thanking shoot them young so they get used it.

Anonymous said...

7:28, thanks to your comment, you've painted the entire northland a greedy, racist, assholes worried about trivial issues. Way to represent your neighbors.

Anonymous said...

7:20 speaks the truth...
"Slie's feel good programs, NoVa, Aim4Peace, ad Hoc, Mothers in Charge, COMBAT, social workers, free pizza parties aka rock the block and many others have miserably failed the community and have no effect on reducing crime.
The only thing they accomplished is obtaining taxpayer dollars to squander on their behalf. Some of these dollars probably found there way to peoples back pockets."

It's time to think outside the box in addressing the crime problem in KC. How about these groups begin by demanding accountability of the families involved in these crimes and see to it that they remove the illegal guns and activities that occur in their homes and communities? Mommas know when their boys are stealing, robbing and killing others. The Fathers and brothers know too!

The reality is, they (the above groups and the citizens who enable criminals and their illegal behavior) are the responsible parties for this mayhem in our city.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the Northland needs to become it's own city.

Anonymous said...

Maybe it is time for the leaders of Slie's feel good programs to start mentoring the younger hoodrats and show them there is a better way to function in killa city.
Something similar to what big brothas and big sistas do. Better yet merge the feel good programs with the brothas and sistas.

Anonymous said...

A good based vigilante group is needed to clean up the hood. The trouble makers are known by the neighbors for the most part.

Anonymous said...

Infants outnumber jobs in that area.

Anonymous said...

@8:39am
Holding these taxpayer-funded "nonprofit organizations" accountable is a very basic and great idea, but it never happens because the funders, whether they be government, foundations, or corporations, are terrified of being called names and threatened if they do. So the beat just goes on year after year.
And your suggestion of merging organizations or at least having them collaborate is also a good idea.
But it's clear you've never tried to work with "organizations" or groups on the east side.
Everybody wants to be in charge, even though they couldn't run a one-car garage.
And every four people you meet have their own "nonprofit" and want nothing at all to do with anyone else.
And they're all looking for "funding".
A world of mindless funding for make-believe.
And the results speak for themselves.

Anonymous said...

@ 7:55, I'm the poster at 7:28, and you are absolutely right, and I am so ashamed of myself!

By way of apology, I'd like to assure everyone out there that the Northland shares EXACTLY the same level of true concern about the violence in the Inner City that the Mayor, City Council, and Police Department do! And I'm convinced that the residents of Downtown and the Ward Parkway areas feel the same!

Once again, I'm sorry, I just had an attack of "Compassion Burnout" earlier.

Anonymous said...

Where T-F is "Black Lives Matter"?

Anonymous said...

7:28 You are not wrong, you are concerned about everyday mature issues tax payers have concerning their city services. Murder is an immature issue that cannot be helped by paying taxes to help those that do not. Murder is not a shared problem for the most part, it is a black problem. KC MO has become way too big to police itself and is spreading it's problems and tax burden on mature citizens. Cut the nursery off at the river and form at least one new city.