Monday, July 20, 2020

Kansas City 'Operation LeGend' Federal Law Enforcement Crackdown Underway

A glimpse at hotly debated effort that might or not impact the rising local crime spike . . . Read more:

US attorneys announce first arrest under Operation:LeGend effort

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) - Federal officials say a Kansas City, Kansas, man was the first person arrested under a new Department of Justice initiative designed to address growing levels of violent crime in the metro. In a release issued Monday, officials said 20-year-old Monty W.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sick 'em. Hope they jail more scum than Killa City has in the last ten years. Hang 'em high !!

LeGend said...

SUCCESS!

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to see how many criminals they can manage to round up.

Anonymous said...

^^^Yes, and with any luck, they'll snatch some complaining Boomers and vanish them too!

Anonymous said...

Federal charges are great. Jean Peters Baker, her supporting black groups and the star will scream that a poor black sharecropper is being persecuted.

Anonymous said...

must of been one of the retarded ones. who steals a car four days ago, has a round of ammunition for another gun other than his own lying around and let's the feds find a spent shell casing in the same car and let's himself get caught.

Anonymous said...

WTF - how can the feds do this in days when KC can't do this in weeks or months? Never mind...I answered my question.

Will these criminals be prosecuted in federal court or will JPB let them go in a week or two?

Anonymous said...

^^I don't know Maude, did you call her?

Anonymous said...

got him to admit he is a drug user. question is can the good guys turn this kid into the narc they need thus leading to getting more of the bad guys.

too bad there wasn't drugs in the car - that used to lead to an automatic 15 years in prison.

Anonymous said...

One less lead-footed gun-toting druggie on the streets. Good.

KCPD can't catch em as fast because they don't directly access NSA-level intelligence like the Feds do because ... that whole right to privacy thing. Stupid constitution.

KCPD has to gumshoe each case. The Feds just pull up some computer screens and triangulate. Like catching goldfish in a bowl.

Anonymous said...

Unlikely, unless they are committing crime like our local thugs.

Anonymous said...

Funkhouser ....the Feds are coming and they will do the job the lazy KCK cops cant do.