Tuesday, December 10, 2019

UPDATE: KCPD Say Suspect Had A Gun Amid Alleged 'Mistaken-Identity' Killing

Follow-up on Kansas City controversy and racially charged debate . . . Read more:

KCPD: Officer who shot, killed man saw him pull gun

The Kansas City, Missouri, police officer who shot and killed a man inside a vehicle last week saw the man point a gun at another officer, police said. On Monday, Kansas City police released new details in the deadly officer-involved shooting on Dec. 3.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Obviously a good shoot. Hope their frivolous lawsuit doesn’t make a penny.

Anonymous said...

The city will pay you’ll see, remember when that 16 yr old black girl was murdered by three other black teenagers a couple years ago, the city paid that family $100 grand,

Anonymous said...

But Byron said the cops killed an unarmed man?

Anonymous said...

The city will pay. The city always pays. They know how bad they are at trying cases.

Anonymous said...

Well, yes, but Byron is a retard. Right?

Phil Cardarella said...

There ought to be some video from the cop cars or copter. Release the video, Chief. You are spending the public's money, so we should get to see how that is working out. Unlike witness statements, video cannot be tailored to fit -- unless edited. So, release immediately.

Problem is that every fool carries a gun -- and some are dumb enough to point them at cops. (Were these cops in uniform, not plain clothes?)

Gotta say that fact patterns that involve nothing more than stupid driving and end with dead bodies raise some serious training issues. Especially since this 26 year old has no serious criminal record.

Anonymous said...

Did your big, fat wife make you post this?

Anonymous said...

Play big games, win big prizes.

Anonymous said...

fucking coward cops kill people and get away with it daily

it's disgusting

Anonymous said...

^^^Daily ? KCPS graduate ?

Anonymous said...

How is a black pulling a gun on a cop mistaken identity.

Anonymous said...

Look him up on Missouri Casenet. All those criminal cases, tsk! tsk! My prayers are with him.