Friday, May 03, 2019

#MeToo Takes Down Kansas Smokey

Domestic drama and alleged sexual misconduct confront this Sunflower State law enforcement agency as one of its leaders is forced to step down. Read more:

Kansas Highway Patrol's top officer driven out for downplaying abuse, sex scandals

The former superintendent of the Kansas Highway Patrol was forced to resign despite asserting he appropriately responded to sexual misconduct and domestic violence scandals involving headquarters personnel at the highest level of the prestigious organization.Executive decisions playing a key role in the ouster of Superintendent Mark Bruce, appointed in 2015 by Gov.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That old lady can’t run the state government, she is too old and stupid. KHP is a joke and always has been

Anonymous said...

Before women were allowed into a male only workforce this kind of crap never happened. Some would say he should have kept his pants on but on the same token looks like she should have kept hers on as well but didn't.

Common Sense said...

Those in law enforcement should ever be caught in another state at a known lovers hangout, not married to one another while maybe practicing takedown holds on one another while drunk and not think something could go wrong, is really two people using some bad judgment.

Anonymous said...

Isn’t it strange how often you find domestic violence in police departments? Cop comes home after arresting someone for drinking in public and then slaps his wife around after downing a case of beer.

Anonymous said...

^^No, it's not strange because I don't think about it. I have a life. You? Not so much.