As many activists have claimed for years . . . The case against a former KCK Detective is one of the most shocking and brutal this town has ever seen.
Here's today's argument to keep the guy behind bars . . .
The federal prosecuting team wrote in their court motion that Golubski is “more dangerous—not less—today.” They stated their investigation has brought to light Golubski’s tendencies to keep “tabs” on and threaten his victims. They also point out he faces a potential life sentence.
“His connections to organized crime and criminals; and his facility with manipulating those connections to gain benefits for himself,” the document read. “The defendant’s victims live in fear because he has used his position of power to terrorize and traumatize them.”
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - "Detention is necessary." In a graphic court motion filed Friday, federal prosecutors urged a judge to keep disgraced ex-police officer Roger Golubski behind bars. The former Kansas City Kansas Police Department detective was charged Thursday with federal civil rights crimes for sexually assaulting two victims while acting under color of law, the U.S.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - New court documents filed by federal prosecutors detail decades of alleged abuse by former Kansas City, Kansas, Police Det. Roger Golubski, including information on seven victims that have not been previously disclosed. Golubski was indicted this week by a federal grand jury on six counts of violating the civil rights of two women between 1998 and 2002.
KANSAS CITY, Kan. - Former Kansas City, Kansas Police Detective Roger Golubski is in jail on federal charges related to sexually assaulting two women and using his authority as a police officer to violate their civil rights.
In an unusually graphic motion aimed at keeping Golubski in jail before trial, federal prosecutors laid out how the former Kansas City, Kansas, detective engaged in a pattern of kidnapping and sexually assaulting women and girls as young as 13 years old, before threatening his victims into silence.
Court records reveal new details in the case of a former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective accused of sexual assault.Roger Golubski faces six counts of sexual assault against two different victims. Golubski is accused of sexually assaulting the first victim multiple times between 1998 and 2001, and a second victim between 1999 and 2002.KMBC has learned that one victim was a middle school girl.
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