Friday, July 03, 2020

KCPD Top Cop Reports Hopeful Progress After Officer Shot In The Head

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KCPD Chief Rick Smith offers update on condition of injured KCPD officer

Kansas City Police Department Chief Rick Smith addressed the media Friday afternoon regarding the condition of the officer who was critically injured yesterday in an officer involved shooting near 31st and Van Brunt.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...


Chief Rick Smith is to blame for this, along with Quinton Lucas and Peters Baker. This son of a bitch wimp was out in all of that piss kneeling to the terrorists. He has made it easy for them to break the law and won't do anything. THEY ARE TO BLAME!

Anonymous said...

Have any of the revs, folks from the fake nonprofits, Gwen Grant, BLM "leaders", hand-wringing suburban soccer moms, or any of the other members of the mob even expressed the slightest concern for this officer, the other who was recently wounded, or the rest of the force who are out answering calls each and every day?
Like Smith said, the police are out responding to calls from residents who find themselves in a bad place and need some help.
It's way past time for KCMO to find some serious adult leadership from politicos, the business community, and most of all from the gaggle of grifters on the east side.
Each more extreme demand or anti-social behavior loses this gang what little public support they had.

Anonymous said...

Bless the police officer and his family and hope he fully recovers.

Prayers to the women and men in blue serving our community.

Anonymous said...

Two cops shot in one day. I thought Jean Peters Baker and her buddies at the Star would be doing a victory lap by now.

Anonymous said...

It was lead poisoning.

Anonymous said...

Support good policeing. Negative criticism is so lazy and easy. Do something positive and constructive. Hate is self poison.

Anonymous said...

Get rid of that EPD Major, he is horrible for us, bring back Thomas.

PiperLyn said...

Sending prayers to our wounded officers. They put their lives on the line each day they put their uniforms on. Without them, honest law abiding citizens would not have a chance. Thank you for all you do.
God bless������������

Anonymous said...

If prayers were so helpful, wouldn’t this have been prevented?