Thursday, January 07, 2021

EPIC Cash Settles KCPD Teen Curb Stomp

Big bucks awarded for the new year are the end result of outcry against po-po as taxpayers subsidize political gamesmanship and broken community relations.

Check-it . . .

Kansas City police pay $725,000 excessive force settlement

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Kansas City has agreed to a $725,000 settlement of an excessive force complaint filed after a police officer allegedly forced his knee onto the neck of a teenager who prosecutors said was not resisting arrest. The settlement arises from a confrontation in a fast-food restaurant in November 2019.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

That wasn't excessive. The kid was still alive. He deserved worse.

Anonymous said...

He should have gotten a nickel ride.

Anonymous said...

I’m sure mayor mcdumbo is friends with the family and just told the city manager to write them a check. If we had competent leadership and lawyers this wouldn’t have happened, now these dumbasses will by a fleet of Escalades with temp tags, shit tons of drugs and flashy clothes and it will be gone in less than a year. Brilliant job lickass.

Anonymous said...

They should have blackjacked the hell out of him.

Anonymous said...

The ghetto lottery.

Don't worry though, he will be dead within a year because of the money.

Anonymous said...

I wonder if he will pay his rent?

Anonymous said...

Fuck off Nazi scum.

Anonymous said...

You first pube.

Anonymous said...


blacks and greedy weasel Democrat trial lawyers teaming up to scam the taxpayers.

Anonymous said...

Mayor Lucas has to go!

Unknown said...

Mad because that punk white cop got caught hope he goes to prison and shares a cell with 10 horny black guys he will be speaking in tongues that day
Ha. Ha.Ha

Anonymous said...

Most KCPD cops are too lazy to be violent.

Anonymous said...

Must have been a black kid, as they do it to white people every day and you never hear a peep of it nor do you hear of any settlement. Weird

Anonymous said...

The KCMO city attorney's office is terrified to take any case to trial. It would be worth the money to farm out defense of these shakedown cases to a competent private law firm.

MDSF said...

...What would Arvid Ousley have to say about this?