Tuesday, June 02, 2020

Police Crackdown On Kansas City Social Media Chatter Following Threat To Walmart

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KC man charged after suggesting looting of Raytown Walmart on social media

A Kansas City man has been charged with a felony after allegedly posting on social media a suggestion that the Walmart in Raytown should be looted, according to Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

You know right now the criminals are the ones looting. We need to arrest them all. Ordinarily they would break into your home, rob you with a gun, or steal a car, or shoplift. But the crowds and coronavirus masks allow them a better chance to loot and get away. We need a concerted effort to arrest every single looter and throw the book at them - no diversions. Lets load up their criminal records with data and make them pay the rest of their lives for taking advantage of civil unrest. No mercy for them.

Anonymous said...

^^^ No need, Petersucker will let him go tomorrow. Remember, her and the “top prosecutors in the country” came up with the catch and release program.

Anonymous said...

I thought that every day was "loot day" at the Raytown Walmart.

Anonymous said...

Typical black thinking, hey let’s risk going to jail for stealing cheap chinese crap from Walmart...... real smart that one is.

Anonymous said...

I hope the Raytown Wal-Mart greeter checks the looters shopping carts before they leave in case they have any dry dog food on the cart.

Anonymous said...

Looters beware, Wal-Mart intentionally hires retarded people to run the Customer Service desk so don't plan on returning any of your loot for cash unless you want to shoot yourself after standing in line for two hours.