Admittedly, the arrest isn't pretty but while other news outlets offer more context and conversation on the topic. Kansas City's so-called paper-of-record merely slaps the clip online with minimal detail or narrative THAT KCPD HAD ALREADY PROVIDED and serves up to weekend readers long after the fact. All this for a top dollar subscription that's way more expensive than many online streaming options which offer far more viewing pleasure.
And so, in our humble opinion, this "data-driven" journalism is anything but and reveals the newspaper neglecting their branding when it comes to telling the whole story . . .
You decide . . .
Roderick Reed, 52, shot video of the May 24 arrest of a person identified by police as Bryan E. Hill, 30, of Kansas City. Hill was arrested on suspicion of trespassing, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.