Wednesday, September 23, 2020

TKC BREAKING NEWS!!! KANSAS CITY OPERATION LEGEND PRETTY MUCH OVER!!!

A local federal law enforcement crackdown sparked by the murder of a youngster earlier this year seems to be complete given the vast majority of resources and personnel now moving out of Kansas City just days after another baby was shot to death in a hail of gunfire.

The basics the most important aspect of a recent report:

Nearly all of the more than 200 agents and investigators involved in Operation LeGend, the federal crime-fighting initiative, have left Kansas City, a federal official said Wednesday.

Update . . . The newspaper offers this rebuttal from authorities

The U.S. Attorney’s Office Don Ledford responded: “I would not say LeGend is over in Kansas City . . . It’s not sustainable to keep all of those agents in Kansas City permanently,” he said, “and that was never the intent.”

Here's a munch more extensive quote from the U.S. Attorney:

“Operation LeGend has had a significant impact in reducing the level of violent crime in Kansas City, and those efforts will continue,” Garrison said. “The additional federal agents who arrived in Kansas City this summer have returned to their home districts, just as we said they would when the operation commenced in July. But the lessons learned and the strategies implemented under Operation LeGend remain, even as this community continues the multi-faceted work of reducing violent crime.”

Despite a successful capture and charge against the suspect in the murder of Operation LeGend's namesake, there has been increased skepticism of the federal effort amid steadily rising local violence.

Accordingly . . .

Now as the threat of renewed civil unrest amid the upcoming election and a historic murder count for KCMO 2020 seems inevitable . . . Operation LeGend hopes to continue its impact despite an absence of manpower. 

Developing . . .

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Look on the bright side. That's one less then for people to protest over when the demonstrations restart.

Anonymous said...

^^^

Restart?

They never stopped!

Anonymous said...

Agree with the u.s. attorney. Sedition charges are serious and it's really the federal prosecutors and judgets who have all the power.

Dex said...

^^^

True.

In Kansas City the operation was debated from the starts and we didn't see the feds on the street like they where in other cities like portlnd.

Our murder problems are more insidious than a bunch of dopey protesters.

Kyle Rittenhouse said...

"Dopey protesters" caused 2 billion in damages, looted, murdered and in fact, I had to kill a couple of the scumbags and shoot another one. Barely made it out alive.

Anonymous said...

I am going to miss the federal storm troopers enforcing martial law on the streets of Kansas City.

Anonymous said...

4:01 You can thank blm and antifa bestus friend mayor mckneely, he ran them off as soon as he could, and he wonders why people absolutely and unequivocally hate his bald headed ass.

Anonymous said...

Nobody will miss the over two hundred murderous blacks they took off the streets that’s for damn sure. Amazing that mayor lickass did absolutely nothing to get criminals off of the street during his nine years in office so far and President Trumps men come in here in three months and captured more criminals than bald man bad will evar get. That’s what real leaders do.

Mayor mcdrinkerson can only pay people to paint on the streets and take selfies, truly sad.

Anonymous said...

I am happy they arrested 200 or so hood rats but it would have been nice had they shot another 200 or so.

Anonymous said...

I bet the feds had a good laugh at how worthless Quinton and Jean Petersucker Baker are.

Anonymous said...

Arresting 200 hood rats is only a good start. Shane, Shane! Come back!

Anonymous said...

Pick the low hanging fruit, cut & run, declare victory and distract from the rest of Trump’s disasters.

WELCOME TO TRUMP’S AMERICA