This isn't so much "news" as it is a campaign press release . . . Following massive destruction on the Plaza that helped to shut down DOZENS of business already struggling with the pandemic . . . This order from the po-po is now contested by advocates of civil liberties.
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A woman who was arrested during a June protest of police brutality and ordered not to return to the Country Club Plaza is suing the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners, claiming the order violates her constitutional rights. Theresa Taylor says she fears participating in future protests near the Plaza lest she be arrested again for violating the banishment order.