Very often outsiders from the suburbs point to the lack of cooperation with police from urban communities amid a wave of violence.
Recently, we'd like to share a bit of context and a fact check . . . After a scathing e-mail surfaced regarding allegations of bad driving by a first responder. The silence from KC leaders has been deafening.
Check-it . . .
The city, fire department, and the driver's attorney did not respond to requests for comment.
The I-Team also contacted Mayor Quinton Lucas and every city council member, but did not get a response about the email.
Our contention . . .
The code of silence in Kansas City doesn't just apply to po'folk in violent neighborhoods but OBVIOUSLY extends throughout our municipal culture wherein elected leaders rarely display the kind of accountability & transparency they demand from voters.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City, Missouri, leaders were silent Friday a day after a KSHB 41 I-Team report about an email detailing complaints and concerns about the KCFD pumper truck driver months before the deadly Westport crash. The crash from last December killed three people.
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