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Violent crimes in Kansas City increase during stay-at-home order, other crimes decreaseby: Travis Meier Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Violent crimes in the city have increased during the stay-at-home order according to information from a blog post by police chief Rick Smith and numbers from the police department.
by: Travis Meier Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Violent crimes in the city have increased during the stay-at-home order according to information from a blog post by police chief Rick Smith and numbers from the police department.
Take it to the mayor. You voted him in and he said he was going to take care of the crime and the city. Call his office and ask what he is going to do about it. Make him tell you his plan, if no answer or cheap talk then take it to the Gov. and tell the Gov. Lucas refuses to do anything about it, then go over this guys head Enough is Enough!
A Mayor doesn't control the actions of criminals. Nor do the Police. Unless you are asking to go against everything the left has worked for. Allowing criminals a free run of the City and the USA in general. Poor criminals should not have their rights violated. Especially when they repeat the same crimes. Try again, Maybe continue to blame people that haven't committed the crimes. Maybe a tool, Slavery or the inability to have a smart phone. Surely it is not the criminals and the people that make excuses for them and /or blame others for it.
Not to worry.Just double the millions already being spent on such "organizations" as Mothers in Charge, Aim4Peace, ad Hoc, and who knows how many other fake "nonprofits" that have been around for years, even as the homicide rate has stayed the same or even increased.In fact, while we're at it, let's increase the COMBAT sales tax, which already raises $20 million/year and is little more than a slush fund for such things as $15,000 picnics, yard signs, and anything White wanted to spend the money on.The vast amount of the violence and crime takes place in an easily defined part of the city.Not having the guts to accurately define the problem can only mean it will continue.But at least spend some of this money on the police or effective accountable efforts.
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