EPIC Kansas City Protest Payout: $100K To Politico Fam

The consequences of racially charged riots continue to resonate in Kansas City today.

Deets . . .

The teen and her father, Tarence Maddox, filed a civil suit against KCPD in August 2020 for damages suffered when police used pepper spray on a crowd gathered at Mill Creek Park in Kansas City, Missouri protesting police brutality.

In the original petition, Maddox’s attorneys claimed the officers' action demonstrated “use of force without just cause” — which, the suit claims, constitutes assault, battery and false imprisonment — in a Petition for Damages filed Monday in Jackson County Circuit Court.

The incident was caught on cell phone video, which now has amassed 8.6 million views.

As the two-year anniversary of the incident approaches, the Kansas City Police Department has agreed to pay the teenager $110,000 to settle a lawsuit. A judge still needs to sign off on that agreement. The minor will receive $70,000 with the other $40,000 allocated for fees and expenses, including attorney fees.

Here's what the reports don't mention . . .

Mr. Maddox served as one of the most truly awful politicos in Kansas City history.

Close news watchers might remember him from a temper tantrum he threw at Lego-land.

And now, right or wrong . . . His fam is going home with a nice chunk of change courtesy of Kansas City taxpayers.

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

KCPD reaches settlement with teen pepper sprayed in 2020 police protests

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, Police Department has agreed to a $110,000 settlement with a then-15-year-old girl that was pepper sprayed during protests in May 2020 in Kansas City, Missouri.

Kansas City police reach settlement with teen pepper-sprayed at protest

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A lawsuit over a 15-year-old girl who was pepper-sprayed by a Kansas City police officer has reached a settlement. The incident happened on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City during May 2020 protests sparked by the murder of George Floyd.

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