Thursday, September 24, 2020

Kansas City 'No Knock' Po-Po Sneak Peek

Local shark offer insight about what to expect when justice comes without warning . . . The lesson is worth considering given greater power granted to law enforcement should be expected in the future despite so distracting many election year campaign promises and feigned concern about "liberty" by those who don't realize that they're already living in nearly total surveillance.

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KC attorney breaks down 'no-knock warrants'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - "No-knock warrants," which played a role in the March shooting death of Louisville EMS worker Breonna Taylor, are legal in Missouri and Kansas. And they can be an important tool for law enforcement, according to one local attorney.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

No-knock warrants are a disaster waiting to happen. Any time law enforcement invades a home there are all kinds of potential bad outcomes.

Anonymous said...

/\ precisely.


Armed government troops bursting into a dwelling at night and killing a citizen without any legal process ... gosh I didn’t realize just how free and exceptional we have become.

Anonymous said...

^^^It's called self defense. Her boyfriend fired the first shots. Independent witnesses confirmed that the police announced themselves as they entered.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you weren't there and have ZERO idea what happened. Weird.

Anonymous said...

The Breonna Taylor raid was not performed as a No Knock. They knocked. As if facts matter here anymore. TKC is getting as bad as the KC Star.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet you were also not there, so hard pass on your shitty take. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Whether they knocked or announced doesn't matter. When someone bangs on your door in the middle of the night and then breaks the door down I doubt you can determine who it is in all the confusion. And what is to keep criminals from simply yelling police as they do a home invasion?

The cops should go to a house in daylight with overwhelming force and there will almost always be a peaceful ending. There have been too many instances of cops getting an address wrong or simply having bad info. The case in Louisville was not the first bad outcome nor will it be the last if there is no reform.

Anonymous said...

No 11:27 - the police should go into a house using REASONABLE force. Otherwise your post has merit.

Anonymous said...

It is reasonable to use overwhelming force.

Anonymous said...

Poor little Breonna Taylor story:

https://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/63943132/breonna-taylor-summary-redacted1

Anonymous said...

The boyfriend shot first with his girl friend in between him and the police that announced themselves. They also found a dead body in the trunk of the car she was renting. She also had not been an EMT since 2017. She was fired for stealing drugs.
Oh and a big FU to BLM idiots.

Clayton Bigsby said...

Here's an idea,dont get in trouble and avoid police knocking your door in