Friday, September 25, 2020

Kansas City Court Catches COVID-19 Again

A glimpse at local government struggling to reopen as the pandemic continues to spread.

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Jury trials at Kansas City Courthouse postponed after employee catches COVID-19

JACKSON COUNTY, MO (KCTV) -- Jury trials that were set to resume at the downtown Kansas City Courthouse will now be postponed after a court employee tested positive for COVID-19. The 16th Judicial Circuit Court had planned to resume jury trials on Oct. 5.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Black people would rather catch the grip so they won’t have to go to work!

Anonymous said...

Mean Jean,


Just they them to take a plea and issue a S.I.S. already.... You generally want us to give out Probation anyhow.


- A staffer ;)

Anonymous said...

Usually that's for black folk...a middle class white guy who makes a couple of mistakes gets prison time a butt fucking from homo criminal

Anonymous said...


Call Dr fauci he's the one that predicted and said there was going to be a pandemic under the Trump administration. Think about that! How did he know that before it happened? Because he was involved with the democrats and China on it that's how. They panned and released this virus. It's all part of the brave new world aka NWO. Of course the democrats all laugh about it because they are still dumbed down sheep.

Charlie Horse said...

I used to work there. Wonder what law clerk licked door knobs on floors 3,5 7,8, & 9?