SHOCK!!! KANSAS CITY MASS SHOOTING AT 18TH & VINE KILLS ONE & INJURES FOUR!!!



Neither social distancing nor social justice protest have stopped the quotient of violence in this beleaguered entertainment district that has become a Summer hotspot for violence.

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KCPD: Shooting injures five people at 18th & Vine

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Police in Kansas City, Missouri, say five people are in the hospital after an argument turned into a shooting at 18th and Vine streets early Saturday morning. Officers responded to the scene in the city's historic jazz district at about 2:20 a.m. Saturday.


1 person killed, 4 others injured in early morning shooting in KC's 18th and Vine District

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - An argument in a parking lot in the 18th and Vine historic jazz district led to a shooting just before 2:30 a.m., police said. A total of five people showed up at Truman Medical Center suffering from gunshot wounds. One of those people, identified as Montel Ridley, 27, has died.


Police: 4 injured, 1 dead after shooting at 18th and Vine early Saturday morning

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Police are investigating after five people were shot early Saturday morning. Officers were called to a local hospital just after 2:30 a.m. for several shooting victims that arrived by a private vehicle. During the same time, they were also called to a shooting in the area of 18th and Vine.

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  1. Breathe easy6/6/20, 5:19 AM

    What the hell.

    Damn shame.

    Thought the violence would get better.

    I see the cops are on the scene. I guess people weren't too scared to call them.

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  2. And thus began the Great Jazz War of 2020.

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  3. Now that black people can get by with rioting and killing they know they can move forward and not worry about consequence. Was the mayor out there cheering them on?

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  4. Blacks are animals.

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  5. And not a peep from the hoards of "protestors", revs, or smilely selfies Lucas himself.
    KCMO was slipping beneath the waves before Mr. Floyd died in Minneapolis, but the usual suspects have greatly accelerated the city's demise.
    What passes for elected government in the city has been bullied into silence, kneeling, and apologizing for expressing any opinion other than something that meets the mob's approval.
    And the same east side "leaders" who have brought those neighborhoods to their current sorry state are right back making the same self-serving demands.
    There'll be at least the usual 150 murders in little KCMO this year and as usual 90+% of the victims will be black and not even half of them will ever be solved because of the lack of cooperation ith the police.
    KCMO is a sucking chest wound on the entire region.

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    1. Thanks for that upbeat assessment and the many suggestions for how to improve the situation. Glad to see you are trying hard to be part of the solution.

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  6. Those damn NRA White elderly men again. We should always post pics of the people for purposes of reality vs Antifa dreams. I forgot, the mentioning of criminals has become criminal. Don't want the hoodie rats to shine in their most achieving moments.

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  7. This crime is not worth investigating.

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  8. Somebody forget to tell the shooter Black lives matter. Maybe we can pray to St.George the Pious to look down from heaven and restore peace.

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  9. Another cold case file.

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  10. Blacks at Work

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  11. Stop the violence full pardons now for all black perps...empty the jails...no peace no justice...ban the police...fuck 12.

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  12. Ball of Confusion, by the Temptations

    People movin' out, people movin' in.
    Why, because of the color of their skin.
    Run, run, run, but you sho' can't hide
    An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.
    Vote for me and I'll set you free
    Rap on, brother, rap on.
    Well, the only person talkin' 'bout love thy brother is the preacher
    And it seems nobody's interested in learning but the teacher
    Segregation, determination, demonstration, integration, aggravation,
    humiliation, obligation to our nation
    Ball Of Confusion that's what the world is today (yeah, yeah)
    The sale of pills is at an all time high
    young folks walkin' 'round with their heads in the sky
    Cities aflame in the summer time, and oh the beat goes on
    Eve of destruction, tax deduction,
    City inspectors, bill collectors,
    Evolution, revolution, gun control, the sound of soul,
    Shootin' rockets to the moon, kids growin' up too soon
    Politicians say more taxes will solve ev'rything, and the band played on.
    Round and round and around we go, where the world's headed nobody knows.
    Great googa mooga, can't you hear me talkin' to you, just a
    Ball of Confusion that's what the world is today. (yeah, yeah)
    Fear in the air, tension ev'rywhere
    Unemployment rising fast, the Beatle's new record's a gas,
    and the only safe place to live is on an Indian reservation,
    and the band played on
    Eve of destruction, tax deduction,
    City inspectors, bill collectors, mod clothes in demand,
    population out of hand, suicide too many bills, hippies movin' to the hills
    People all over the world are shouting end the war and the band played on.
    Round and round and around we go, where the world's headed nobody knows.
    Great googa mooga, can't you hear me talkin' to you, just a
    Ball of Confusion that's what the world is today
    Let me hear you, let me hear you, let me hear you
    Ball Of Confusion that's what the world is today

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    1. Wow...... that song/poem/rap is just about 50 years old but if ya didn’t know any better it reflects today’s issues and problems..... so what have we done?? Ball of Confusion.....still.

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  13. Shock? Not a shock.

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  14. One of the 5 died and now we are at 77. At this pace 190-200 homicides are not out of the question. Lucas and the council just fucked this city for years to come. The protesters demanded less policing, and that’s exactly what they will get. No more policing. With all of the distractions; Netflix, Amazon, Tic Toc, etc., cops can give the city what they asked for. When the cops became the enemy, the thugs took over. This isn’t a new story, it’s taken place all over the country. Every city where police became targets of politically motivated attacks crime went up. 200 will be the new benchmark soon. Who can blame the cops? Politicians won’t find a way to fix this, if they could Baltimore, St.Louis, Detroit, Chicago wouldn’t be in the mess they are in today.

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  15. Don't worry BLM is on the case.

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  16. 842 might be right.

    The sometimes ugliness of policing maintains a semblance of civil order.

    Without that, what happens?

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    1. Yes the government has spent 250 m (half went in black caucus pockets) for what? Another cycle of violence. They need to listen to Trump.

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  18. Watching the mayor turn his back on police yesterday ended everything. I had hoped that cooler minds would prevail, but the Mayor chose politics over reality. Ordinance changes and budget cuts and Jean Peters Baker have already caused the cops to quit stopping people. Get used to the term de-policing, the worst is yet to come.

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  19. The backdrop of chaos may lead to unrelated violence and spiral out of control. That's the problem.

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  20. if blacks could shoot straight...we'd have 5 less looters to worry about....

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  21. Kudos to "Ball of Confusion" and "Art Vandalay" (latex salesman?) above.

    Do you know why historic racism persists?

    Because most black people won't let go of it.

    50 years after the Civil Rights movement, most blacks identify themselves as forever victims. They wear their self-imposed "victim" status as a badge of honor. Whoever complains the most, wins special recognition within the community.

    Motivated blacks, as other races, can accomplish their goals and choose to live where they want. But lack of motivation is the problem. The national black community has been indoctrinated by self-pity, a media which constantly portrays them as helpless, black leadership which rides on their backs for personal political power, and the reinforced behavioral training that liberal America will rescue them if their wheels squeak loud enough.

    Education is power, yet far too many blacks think school is a "white thing" and place little value on it. They set themselves up for failure.

    Marriage is the foundation for stable life and raising children. A majority of the black community abandoned marriage a long time ago. If you want a group of people to perpetually struggle and remain an underclass, keep them uncommitted to each other and raise their children in single-mother households. Over the last 20 years, increasing numbers of black men have abandoned black females, so their community is even further decimated.

    In KCMO, as across all urban centers in this nation, young black men account for a preponderance of homicide violence. Raised in fatherless homes, amidst a culture that promotes violence, drugs, misogyny, anti-police sentiment, self-hatred, and dropping out of school, would we expect a different result?

    You can face reality and begin making positive change from within the community, or you can continue clinging to your cherished victim identification and point the finger outward at others. One path leads to liberation and self-responsibility, the other keeps you enslaved in your own prison-construct.



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  22. Didn’t another nigger get shot dead at Swope Park last night?

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  23. Who cares ? Five less looters.

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  24. Free health care for all shot up gang bangers.

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  25. What lives matter? Apparently no lives matter to the piles of human waste who keep killing. Want to bet how many people will step up and identify the killer(s)? 'Cause you know somebody knows.

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  26. Obviously another Amish Mafia drive-by.

    This was not, by the way, even remotely a "mass shooting". It was simply another armed altercation between street people and this time, the law of aversges was momentarily repealed and five got in the way of a bullet.

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  27. I can’t breathe.... 75 black on black murders and nobody in the black community gives one shit. As a white person why should I?

    Where’s the cleave? Where’s the fat fake revs? In the basement of a ghetto church plotting their mlk blvd comeback?

    Where’s all the handsomely paid anti crime groups? Not their problem apparently.

    Where’s Lucas? Kneeling in front of blm and taking the oath of allegiance, probably.

    Where’s Petersucker? On her personal crusade to hand out probation to every black criminal and murderer in Jackson county, you betcha.

    What a fucking disaster.

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  28. I love that the cops are giving niggertown over to the niggers.
    Let them all kill each other.
    You hate the cops?
    Get along without them.
    Oh. And good luck.

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  29. Jazz is for old, fat, pregnant looking, bald white men who think they can play a musical instrument -but they can't. African Americans have their hero in sports now- they care not for the drug addicted jazz player of yesteryear. Only WHITE men who took band class in Jr High and High school are jazz fans and they demand this pit of an area be kept opened

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  30. How many murders do we officially have this year? We need to get to 200.

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  31. @1:27, since blacks have no semblance of culture, whites have to try and preserve it for them. I doubt you could find more than a handful of blacks left in town that appreciate jazz. The music of "their" people that has existed for 100 years

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  32. Every thing down at the jazz district is made up bullshit, we were nevar that big of a jazz scene to begin with. This is all fantasy marketing from the cleave, he made all this up to make kc look like we are somebody, the problem is everybody is smarter than that and didn’t buy into the scam. The cleave is so delusional at this point he believes jazz was created here, he’s a sick old man and needs to stay in his Washington basement for the rest of his life.

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  33. If George Floyd had went to 18th * Vine...

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  34. I heard the shooter was Amish

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  35. Blacks kill black so lets defund the police

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  36. KILL THEM ALL ONE OF METALICAS BEST RECORDS

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  37. The wolves are coming

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  38. And they aren’t coming to cuddle

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  39. Monkeys , not Wolves.

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  40. White cop killing an unarmed black man is the only action that gets the big money going to the NAACP, BLM, etc. About 10 happened last year, while double that amount for whites killed. The 7,000 black-on-black killings last year are largely ignored. No one's toast gets buttered by the atrocity of black-on-black killings. Like everything else in life, it all goes back to $$$.

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  41. Black males aged (15-35) make up 3% of the nation’s population and are responsible for:

    53% of all mass shootings
    52% of all homicides
    42% of all murders of on duty police
    30% of all rapes,
    56% of all robberies
    33% of all aggravated assaults
    30% of all burglaries
    38% of all 'Violent Crime'
    33% of all crimes against 'families and children'

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    1. Amen brother in arms amen

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  42. Last two replies deal reality, most replies and media won't.

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  43. studies have shown the group that Jazz most appeals to are the schitzophrenic and the easily addicted. its trash music

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  44. I Breathe Easy6/6/20, 11:36 PM

    But, but, but....for nine days they have been yelling Black Lives Matter! Now we find out it is a lie?

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