Saturday, December 08, 2018
TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! VICTIMS OF KU MED CENTER SHOOTING LOCKED OUT OF HOSPITAL BEFORE DEADLY ATTACK WITH NO HELP FROM SECURITY!!!
A murder-suicide at KU Med Center this week sent shock waves throughout the Kansas City metro and reveals an urban care facility callously closed off from the surrounding community.
Now, Fox4 has already reported that KU Med Center doors to the hospital are locked at 8 p.m. each night, which protects the staff and patients inside.
This is accurate, however, doesn't offer the entire story . . .
THE VICTIM OF THE KU MED CENTER MURDER-SUICIDE WAS TRAPPED OUTSIDE THE HOSPITAL FOR AN EXTENDED PERIOD OF TIME BEGGING FOR HIS LIFE AND NOBODY CAME TO HELP HIM ACCORDING TO WITNESSES, FAMILY AND FRIENDS!!!
The narrative from the MSM describes a chase but the later half of the pursuit reportedly wasn't as fast paced as the public was led to believe . . . For several moments the victims of the shooting pleaded for help and none arrived.
Moreover, other reports from the scene reveal that security along with hospital staff ran away from the ensuing sound of gunfire.
To be fair, KU Med Center staff stand by the emergency protocol used in the situation and it's likely nothing could have prevented this deadly domestic dispute tragedy.
However, what's important in the aftermath of this situation is that Kansas City and the community surrounding the hospital understand the strict security precautions taken by the KU Med don't seem to offer much help in the even of a real emergency.
In a massive outpouring of the sympathy at the funeral for the victim of the shooting, there was widespread frustration with the closed door policy and security inaction of the facility and so far those sentiments have been unreported.
Again, it's doubtful that anything will change following the horrific murder at the entrance of hospital doors and this documentation of the circumstances of the victim's death is shared merely to more accurately inform the public of the closed door policy and security tactics that won't offer much safety from those facing deadly threats.
Developing . . .