A legal fight for transparency, accountability and 1st Amendment Rights persists in the Golden Ghetto.
Here's the latest and a reminder that we often here from supporters of the po-po . . . "They shouldn't be scared if they don't have anything to hide."
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The city of Overland Park denied a request by 41 Action News for the completed Johnson County Officer Involved Shooting Investigation Team or OISIT report on the incident.
To date, now more than three years after the fatal shooting, the OISIT report has not been made public.
In a newly filed response to the 41 Action News lawsuit to obtain the report, Overland Park’s attorney Brett Runyon asks the judge to dismiss the petition and to make us file a new one.
Runyon claims our petition violates Kansas state law because it’s too long.
Runyon writes the only plausible motive for what he calls 41 Action News’ “grossly excessive” petition is to “create a media splash and generate news traffic on its website and other platforms, as well as creating an irresponsible and inflated claim for attorneys’ fees.”
The motion, however, does not address the substance of the lawsuit.
You decide . . .