Monday, January 25, 2021

Kansas City EPIC Settlement Postscript

We talked about this BIG MONEY HOT MESS @ 12TH & OAK last week. Here's public radio followup and some dusty old dox they mistakenly confuse with news.

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Kansas City Agrees To Pay $450,000 In Discrimination Case Even As Alleged Harassers Remain On The Job

NaToyia Wilson spent four years investigating cases of discrimination for Kansas City. Now, the city is preparing to pay Wilson $450,000 to settle allegations of gender discrimination, retaliation and hostile work environment she said she experienced at the city's civil rights division.

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jesus, what a rip off.

The RACE card pays off again.

NEVER hire black people for ANY reason.

Anonymous said...

"NEVER hire chucklowes for ANY reason" would be more appropriate. That way they'd never have to make massive payouts caused by racist idiotic fascist white male morons.

Anonymous said...

Blacks always play the race card lottery when reprimanded or fired for incompetence, getting a ticket or while resisting arrest.

It's black privilige and fragility.

Anonymous said...

I didn’t even have to read the article to know this involved Thomas Randolph. He used to be a good guy. Somehow, after reading the article, my thoughts immediately aligned with Wilson. 12:55pm obviously did not read the article. Nobody got fired for incompetence or pulling the “race” card. This was about an ongoing harassment and abuse of authority between managers and subordinates. Thanks for making up your own story line to align with your personal beliefs...that are completely off base.

The fact that Wilson reported the harassment that went unchecked for years... well, the City should pay. Bottom line. Knowing Tom this probably happened. Black men behave badly towards Black women. I know Wilson is Black because White people don’t believe discrimination even happens. They think it’s some card game that you choose to play but having never been discriminated against - they wouldn’t know any different.

Anonymous said...

NaToyia Business! Ha, this world is fucked.

Anonymous said...


This story has holes all through out it. NaToyia Wilson is a liar and a RACIST

Anonymous said...

It seems like suing kcmo for harassment/discrimination/etc. has become a cottage industry for coloreds. And it's pretty profitable.

Anonymous said...

^^Wow. Brilliant insight you fucking faggot. How about you don't open your mouth again till I'm ready to shove my dick down it?

Anonymous said...

^^ok, and while we are waiting for you to get one inch of dick out of three inches of clothing let's admit 8:14 got it right. Municipal funds are the negro cookie jar.

Anonymous said...

give plaintiffs attorney david lunceford credit ... or maybe fault due to the city lawyers. if those three supervisors are so bad that they are paying this plaintiff so much money, then how can they keep those three on board? will they have to pay out age discrimination lawsuits from them if they fired them? does every one who works at 12th and oak just wait for the day to file their own lawsuit. cynic here, but damn this feels like we are on a hopeless course!

Anonymous said...

Yes, everyone in city gov't gets a dip in the well, just gotta wait your turn. Keep paying those taxes citizens, the funds have to come from somewhere.

Anonymous said...

^^ugh huh. Shut your cock-hole gramps. Nobody asked you a goddamned thing!

Anonymous said...

^^CHUD

Anonymous said...

^^Fag.

Anonymous said...

Yep,, the race card does pay off.

And this is a pattern of blacks who don't do their job and don't get raises. They complain to everyone, call everyone and investigation(s) occur. Most of them show no discrimination. This is a way of building a folder full of complaints so they can get paid. This is the ultimate goal.

Ask any corporation and you'll find out that this is the pattern and it causes taxpayers just as this shows have to pay. Private corporations will tell you they just pass the cost on to consumers. It shows up a retailers everywhere and ultimately we as consumers pay for it.

We are currently in a very sad state of affairs.