Wyandotte County DA Says Task Force Snub Wasn't Racist, But He's Still Fighting 'Good Old Boy Traditions'
Wyandotte County District Attorney Mark Dupree, the first African-American district attorney ever elected in Kansas, said Tuesday that he was shocked to learn he was the only law enforcement official left off a newly-formed county police community board. He doesn't think the move by Kansas City, Kansas, Mayor David Alvey was racist, but Dupree said he and Alvey certainly have different philosophies.
Glimpse at an ongoing dispute on the less glamorous side of the State Line . . . Checkit: