Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Kansas Po-Po Say No-No To Shooting Info

Important policy push back from authorities who work to keep lawmakers at bay and hope to keep from becoming glorified security guards subject to the whim of the news cycle . . . Sadly, they're about 10-years too late for that . . . In the world of universal surveillance, here's the inevitable crackdown effort:

Law enforcement groups voice opposition for Kansas bill aimed at increasing transparency in police shootings

TOPEKA, Kan. -- The mother of a metro teen killed by Overland Park police in 2018 wants more transparency and changes in the way officer-involved death investigations are handled. Sheila Albers testified on behalf of Kansas House Bill 2424 on Tuesday.

5 comments:

Kansas Scout said...

That cop murdered that young man who was having a mental health crisis. Its a well used cop trick to put yourself in front of a car and then shoot when they try to escape. In a huge number of situations they have more than enough time to remove themselves from danger but stand pat. Unless they are violent felons this tactic is not called for. NEVER call the cops when a family member is in crisis. They just might kill them.

Anonymous said...

^^^ +100

Anonymous said...

^^^You both are stupid

Anonymous said...

Blackie carries gun when not supposed to. Blackie goes crazy and makes threats and shows weapon. Blackie loses gun battle. That's all you gotta know. If you don't like it , ask Blackie to stay at home with family and stop packing a weapon illegally.

Anonymous said...

+1,000