Kansas City 1988 Deadly Fire Fighter Explosion Case Reconsidered

Amid so many recent prisoner exonerations along with the fight for criminal justice reform . . . Recent investigations have, thankfully, pushed this controversial case back to the forefront.

We try to keep up with any news on this topic . . . Accordingly . . .

Here's an important bit of insight . . .

Our investigative team has combed through that report, plus hundreds of police reports, photos, and video. We connected with retired Kansas City Police Detective Victor Zinn, who was an investigator on this case for the KCPD. Questions about the incident, and the investigation still haunt Detective Zinn.

“The facts just don’t fit up,” said Zinn. “They don’t fit at all.”

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'This just doesn't fit,' retired police detective weighs in on 1988 firefighters explosion

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- It's been more than 33 years since an early morning explosion at a Kansas City construction site killed six Kansas City firefighters. It's called the darkest day for the Kansas City Fire Department. But even after all this time, questions remain as to what happened on that November morning.