Saturday, December 12, 2020

Kansas City Shares Tragic Testimony Amid Record Breaking 2020 Murder Spike

Fight the instinct at a knee-jerk reaction here and instead listen to these heartbreaking stories of loss during the holidays that offer a first person account of horrific loss and the devastation that so many murders have created in Kansas City.

We often talk politics, funding and tactics but all of that discussion misses so many truly innocent people caught in the crossfire who continually suffer for a senseless slaughter unabated year after year.

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Mothers Reveal The Real Cost Of Kansas City's Violence

The number 170 represents more than the record-breaking number of homicides that have occurred in Kansas City, Missouri in 2020. Two mothers share memories of their sons and the pain of losing them. Making it worse, neither crime has been solved which both say would bring a degree of closure.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

BLM , Stand up and man up. it's time to be the organization you claim to be.

Anonymous said...

Everyone in that picture knows someone who has murdered another person and remains free.

Anonymous said...

Petersucker is standing there, I guarantee that’s an old picture because there’s no way they would allow her there with her tragic history of stabbing the victims family in the back by letting their murderers off with probation.

Anonymous said...

So did you notice in the interview the reporter carefully leads the victims relatives to a place to bash the police. It is soon caught with the fact that the police have done their job and found the suspect, submitted the case. I little bit more, jpb has failed to REVIEW THE CASE. Oh, we will have to get with her in the new year. As soon as that is exposed the reporter runs from the topic.

Anonymous said...

9:11 PM ^ Yep, thee old no one knows anything silence of the black community.

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- THE USUAL SUSPECTS

Quinton Lucas -- $141,455 per year + benefits + perks

KCMO Council -- $70,718 per year + benefits + perks (part-time job)

Prosecutor JP Baker -- $142,892 per year + benefits + perks (2018 data)

KCMO taxpayers -- shafted!!!

Anonymous said...


This is the fault of the so called leadership in the city or I should say non leadership. But you people keep voting the same way and you put up with it so it's just as much your fault.

Anonymous said...

^^ 10:01 ^^^ You forgot the 250 million paid to your star Quarter back, by our City.

Anonymous said...

Mahomes is being paid from the KCMO General Fund???? We didn't know that! Wow you're so clued in!

Skanky Harris said...

Be sure to vote FOR continuing the ETAX in April.

We need that money for 18th & Vine, ToyTrain, Bike/Walk and other important things!!!!!!!