In what is most certainly their death rattle . . . The Star continues completely their agenda driven and myopic jihad against local law enforcement.
In what might or might be the conclusion of their latest series, they share the word from old school members of the commish in order to confirm their cop hate.
Here's a peek . . .
Former commissioners Alvin Brooks, Lisa Pelofsky and Stacey Daniels-Young said as board members they were expected to hold members of the police department accountable.
The former commissioners said they were concerned about about how Black recruits and officers were treated and about several cases of excessive force that have led to millions of dollars in lawsuits.
On Wednesday, local civil rights leaders renewed calls for a Justice Department investigation into the police department.
During that news conference, Gwen Grant, CEO and president of the Urban League of Greater Kansas City, said the current board’s silence on reports of racism within the police department was “deafening” and “heartbreaking.”
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Three former Kansas City police commissioners issued a statement Saturday saying they were "shocked, saddened and disgusted" to learn how Black officers in the police department are treated. Last Sunday, The Star published a yearlong investigation on discrimination and abuse within the Kansas City Police Department.
Update and more biased coverage . . .
A Kansas City man confronted the president of the Board of Police Commissioners and accused him of being unaware of excessive force problems Saturday during a community listening session. About 100 people gathered for the event at the Bruce R.
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