Kansas City Police Board Lawsuit Stays Losing?!?

We'll let the amateur legal eagles try to explain the latest developments in this court case THAT PUTS THE SYSTEM ON TRIAL!!! (lulz)

The only thing we know for sure is that a decision isn't coming anytime soon and local racially charged slap fighting will continue.

Check recent updates on the progress of the case or lack thereof . . .

Kansas City police board shaken up after commissioner's sudden exit, suggested reforms

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - While a seat lays empty on the governor-appointed Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners, Mayor Quinton Lucas is getting to work in an attempt to make changes. Tuesday's regular meeting came one day after Commissioner Nathan Garrett announced his resignation, and Lucas unveiled a proposed new roadmap for the board.

Court filing in police budget lawsuit points to race-related history of state control

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Kansas City has one more week to put together its legal response to a lawsuit filed over the police budget and who gets control of it. But the biggest "what's next" in the battle now has to do with the Missouri and United States Constitutions.

City of KCMO requests week extension to respond to BOPC lawsuit

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The original deadline for Kansas City, Missouri Mayor Quinton Lucas and other City Council members to respond to a lawsuit filed by the Kansas City Police Department Board of Police Commissioners was Tuesday. A spokesperson said the City has requested another week to respond.

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