Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Overland Park Po-Po Under Fire From Critics After Deadly Teen Shooting

Update on legal action against suburban authorities. Take a look:

Citizen group seeks Overland Park police shooting records

OVERLAND PARK, KS (AP) -- A group of Kansas residents is pushing for a Kansas City suburb to release records regarding how a 911 call to check on a teenager's welfare ended with an officer fatally shooting the teen.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

They should be. Total pussies. Oh, no, a minivan is pulling out of the garage - in reverse! Let me unload my clip into it.

TOTAL. PUSSIES. PERIOD.

They should pay big time.

Anonymous said...

Here's police handbook:

Fire first, cover-up second.

Anonymous said...

SUICIDE BY COP. CASE CLOSED.

Popos in O.P. saved themselves, the neighbors, the public, and this teen's family from worse tragedy. If that suicidal (THAT IS A THREAT OF VIOLENCE) guy had injured or killed that popo on the driveway, that is bad #1. If this eluding teen was cause of a collision with another person or people as pedestrian(s) or vehicle occupant(s) causing injuries or death(s), that is bad #2.

If that angsty teen had his parent(s) or some good guidance instill in him that SUICIDE is not an option, because IT IS MURDER AND A MORAL CRIME, then very likely BAD #1 and BAD #2 AIN'T GONNA HAPPEN!

Anonymous said...

@5:19 Show us on the doll where the bad policeman touched you...

I've seen some stupid shit on TKC but your post takes a special kid of retard to type. A motor vehicle under the control of a deranged person is just as dangerous as a firearm if not more so.

Good shoot, this is nothing but a bunch of limpwristed JoCo busybodies with nothing better to do with their lives than stir up shit.

Anonymous said...

Kid was going hit or run over some body, the cop was protecting the citizens.q

Anonymous said...

Call 911. You're having a stroke. To say that a big slow moving vehicle is more dangerous than bullets shot from a gun shows your brain is not working correctly. Get help now!

Anonymous said...

First he wasn't a danger to others. Calls of this type are for a possible danger to themselves. They want cops to check on a persons well being. That's all. There was no reported crime or danger.

Genius logic 5:50. So He you think he might have, could have, would have hurt someone. So lets kill him. By that logic, the cops could shoot anyone. Speeding? They might hurt someone - we must stop them. Shoot first. That's just fucking brilliant. Moron.

It doesn't work that way. Cops signed up to put THEIR lives on the line. If they are too scared to do that, they should quit. OP will payout on this, but more importantly, police training needs to change and additional specialized resources hired. Trigger happy cops have to be fired.

Anonymous said...

The family was too scared to handle the kid by themselves. He was dangerous, so they called the police to do what they did not dare to do themselves. They should not be surprised at what happened.

Anonymous said...

Look at the one flew over the cuckoo's nest ^^ @7:01. Yeah, right, teenies posting threats of suicide should have a police escort to follow them as they are fleeing and refusing orders to stop. Sure, enough, if police respond to a safety check and the teens don't come to their doors and invite the cops in for a chat, but, instead speed off in a car, well, then the super heroes with lights and sirens can just parade around with a teen on the run. Yep, maybe the teen will do an OJ slow speed chase like AC driving the white Bronco. And everyone lives happily ever after. The End.