In order to enforce new pandemic rules, city hall is reaching out to the public and counting on angry customers to snitch on rule breakers . . .
For better or worse, the quick effort to establish new pandemic protocols comes far more swiftly than any reaction to a RECORD BREAKING murder count in 2020.
Accordingly, we take a quick peek at local crime scene news that's mostly focused on culture war.Po-Po Confront Discrimination Complaints From Within
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Three former detectives with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department have filed a lawsuit, claiming they were discriminated against during an investigation into the Crimes Against Children Unit. Gleanice Brown, Tamara Solomon and and Latondra Moore, all Black women, claim that they were targeted for discrimination based on their race and [...]
Survey Still Seyz Police Tactics Are Racist?!?!
Ryan Sorrell traces his belief that policing in America must change to the Black people who were killed while he studied at Loyola University Chicago. Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown and Laquan McDonald all died in highly publicized shootings, searing their names into the public consciousness while Sorrell earned his degree.
Downtown Kansas City Jail Adjusts Amid COVID-19 Surge
NEWS AND THAT BREAKING NEWS CLAY COUNTY IS OUT WITH NEW COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS BEGINNING MONDAY RESTAURANTS AND BARS MUST OPERATE A 50% CAPACITY AND CLOSE BY 10 P.M. GYMS AND FITNESS CENTERS MUST OPERATE AT 50% CAPACITY AND EVERYONE INSIDE MUST WEAR A MASK IN DOOR.
Stranger Danger In KCMO
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- The United States Marshals Service is asking for your help in locating a murder suspect believed to be hiding somewhere in the Kansas City area. Steve Clark, 30, is sought on a Craighead County, Arkansas first-degree murder warrant. Clark is 5'9" tall and weighs 170 pounds.
Kansas City Protester Demands Mostly Ignored
It's been nearly six months after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody sparked protests across the country calling for widespread police reform.
A quick peek at all of this news reminds us that an upcoming vaxx might provide pandemic relief but continued local protest and violence is likely to endure as a deeply divided nation doesn’t seem interested in “healing” after the election.
You decide . . .