Thursday, October 15, 2020

Kansas City Protester Sues Police Board After Country Club Plaza Riots

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.

Take a look . . .

Protester Banished From The Plaza After George Floyd Protest Sues Kansas City Police Board

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.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

And here lies the perpetual problem, society giving in to these folks who deliberately violate laws then get some ACLU lawyer to sue and are then exonerated. WHAT THE HELL WERE YOU DOING THERE ANYWAY??? just because you CAN protest maybe you shouldnt. YOU were just trying to stir up shit and you know it!! You didnt give a rats ass about Floyd!!!

DramavilleKC said...

I am also interested in her address so I can "peacefully" protest against her being a Communist parasite.

Anonymous said...

Is Stacy Shaw the idiot lawyer for this whatever it is?

Anonymous said...

Dear zealots,

What part of the word unconstitutional do you not understand? How can you claim to be law & order Americans and support unconstitutional policing behavior? There should be no free passes for protestors and none for police. Both are under rule of law if you are a conservative.

Anonymous said...

I cannot say what happened legally to this women any other way: stay away or you will violate the law with severe punishment- you have been giving a gracious reprieve, understand private?

Anonymous said...

police are not security guards.

They don't make the rules and cannot limit movement without a court order.

This was unconstitutional.

Anonymous said...

If Trump is as chummy with Putin as is assumed, maybe we can get a good deal on some of Siberia and set up a new place for all the looney libs. They’re definitely losing fans here daily.

Anonymous said...

The Plaza streets are public property but the Plaza is an open air privately mall and can ban some dumb ass if they want too. Go shop Independence Center trash beech.

Save The Plaza said...

^^^

This comment is correct and I'm sad to say that I somewhat agree.

Anonymous said...

The plaza was fun while it lasted, now it's done.

Anonymous said...


These protesters don't have a leg to stand on. Who is funding their court costs???? Think about that. These people are funded. Protest again and I will run you people down everyone else needs to do the same they have tied the hands of our police officers and are trying to control the people except for the ones out committing crimes. Wake up people the time is now! ENOUGH

Anonymous said...

8:24 & 9:11 - the police did not do anything that violated either the federal or the state constitution. If you contend otherwise, cite the sections you claim were violated, and describe how.

NicK said...

quit protesting at the Plaza morons