Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Behind The Scenes As Grand Jury Clears KCPD After Officer-Involved Deadly Shooting

Domestic drama turned deadly but prosecutors declined to bring charges and this report offers more perspective behind recent decisions exonerating the officer despite community outcry . . . Read more:

Grand jury not to indict a KCPD officer for killing a man in May

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Rotonya McGee came to Kanas City from Chicago when she was notified a grand jury would be deciding whether to send a Kansas City police officer to trial for the death of her son, Terrance Bridges. She didn't know grand jury proceedings are closed.


Anonymous said...

Good for kcpd and this fine officer, if you get shot by a cop. 999999 times out of 1,000,000 you desrved it

Anonymous said...

Rotonya should have been a better mother and stayed in school herself and she might have known how a Grand Jury functions.

Anonymous said...

You didn't know either Billy Bob.