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.
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.