Eye For An Eye: Mostly Peaceful Protest Vs. Less Lethal Weapons

We were going to poke fun at this story but it actually serves as a worthwhile warning to activists who don't understand the risks of protest in volatile situations.

Here's a peek at crowd control measures used as law enforcement also faced attack . . .

"According to the complaint filed in Jackson County court, THE PLAINTIFF was struck in the eye by a scat pack, also known as a multi-smoke projectiles that contain separate projectiles that break apart and travel at high velocities."

It SUCKS if the guy was just standing around and caught a round in the face . . . But, from a safe distance, we noticed that there were very few non-combatants amid the social justice skirmish.

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Kansas City man suing the city and police department over their use of "less lethal" weapons on protestors

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A Kansas City man is suing the city and other officials after he says a projectile fired by KCPD left him blind in one eye. Sean Stearns was attending a Black Lives Matter rally on the plaza in may of 2020.