Our public radio "colleagues" liked a TKC headline & post so much, they dressed it up and rehashed it with a slightly more progressive spin.
We'll take it as a compliment and share this local perspective on the latest trial of the century that was probably already decided last year.
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As the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin gets underway, activists in Kansas City maintain hope that justice will be served in court, but they take nothing for granted. Gwendolyn Grant, president of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City, notes the importance of video evidence in the case.