A group of about a dozen activists dominated the police board meeting with angry demands for the resignation of the KCPD Chief, a federal takeover of the department and scathing commentary targeting the police union honcho.
Here's the MSM description of the drama and continued protest . . .
"During the public comment section during Tuesday's police board meeting some spoke out about the manslaughter conviction of a Kansas City police detective in the fatal shooting of Cameron Lamb in 2019."
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A group of Kansas Citians said Tuesday that Kansas City police Chief Rick Smith is leading a department that does not respect citizens' rights.During the public comment section during Tuesday's police board meeting some spoke out about the manslaughter conviction of a Kansas City police detective in the fatal shooting of Cameron Lamb in 2019.
On Thursday, the Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners met for the final time this year. It was the first time the public got a chance to talk to Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department Chief Rick Smith since audio surfaced of him allegedly calling Cameron Lamb a
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- Community activists, and members of Cameron Lamb's family called for Kansas City Police Chief Rick Smith to retire during a Board of Police Commissioners meeting on Tuesday. During the public comment portion of the meeting, some members of the public voiced their distrust in officers in the department, starting with Chief Smith.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tuesday's Kansas City Board of Police Commissioners meeting began by addressing pay raises and gun thefts throughout the city. But it was quickly overshadowed by public comment when members of the community wanted to be heard, including the stepfather of Cameron Lamb, who was shot and killed by a Kansas City police detective.
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