Sunday, June 14, 2020

Kansas City Lynching Memorial Vandalized Is The Least Troubling Atrocity At Case Park

Local news broadcasts petty vandalism and pretty much ignores the open air drug and prostitution trade which defines this location . . . Not to mention the longstanding river rat problem.

Here's the politicized news intent on tweaking coach potatoes who don't really know Kansas City . . . Checkit:

Lynching memorial in Kansas City thrown down cliff

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Police in Kansas City are investigating who damaged a local lynching memorial. The historic marker plaque once stood at Case Park, which is next to the Garment District and the West Bottoms. The plaque itself was thrown over the hill and down a cliff.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Was this a tribute to honor all the non blacks that were lynched ? you know, the History of lies where only blacks are mentioned as victims of lynching.