Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Blue Springs Police Accused Of Illegal 'Driving While Black' Crackdown

Community push back against police alleges racial bias as changing demographics facilitates an ensuing shift in political power for the suburbs. Take a look:

Driving while black: Blue Springs residents make complaint to police about racial profiling

The Blue Springs Police Department are investigating a complaint about a traffic stop and racial profiling. Police Chief Bob Muenz and residents James Paul Ross, Lori Ross and Rachel Williams discuss the topic of driving while black.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cops everywhere know when they pull a black person over, there is a high probability that they will be making an arrest for something. That is simply good, logical police work.

Anonymous said...

Easy solution of you're black don't drive in Blue Springs.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^Good logical thinking

Anonymous said...

3 great comments.^^^^

Anonymous said...

I want to see the video.

Anonymous said...

They should go live in the ghetto. You can be a murderer, rapist and robber there and live freely with no worry about cops pulling you over.

Anonymous said...


You know there are some good black people out there but some of them have moved into the burbs and have brought trouble with them. After all a black guy went into Wal Mart in Blue Springs and Started shooting one afternoon.....WHY! Now if we went into the eastside we are ganged, we try to get away from them to keep them happy, so why are they moving into our areas. I personally don't like it and with that comes throwing the race card around. Look at Lee's Summit and Blue Valley.

Come on give us a break!

Anonymous said...

More NPC comments

Anonymous said...

I see he has some Biggie Smalls t-shirt on. Maybe that's why the Blue Springs Police pulled him over. His bad taste in music.

Anonymous said...

Get out of the donut shops and pull over some white folks. That will bring the DWB average way down.

Anonymous said...

7:57 hits the nail on the head. The cops in my burb pull them over all the time too and I’m thrilled. It’s why our neighborhood is one of the safest in the metro.

Anonymous said...

Violate the black man's rights today. It will be your ass tomorrow. I moved away from a state where I was afraid of dirty cops. Don't want to live that way again. Wise up people.