Kansas City Po-Po Won't Pay After Car Crash

Typically, we skip consumer affairs stories but this one seems worth a peek given the fender bender might have "social justice" implications.

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"But a week later when THE DRIVER called the Kansas City Police Department to find out who to send the $1,800 estimate to, a clerk told him that THE OFFICER was “was denying liability for damages done to his vehicle,” THE DRIVER said."

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Man says Kansas City officer changed story after rear-ending him

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Jordan Jackson was on his way to work and sitting at stop light in a Lee's Summit intersection when he suddenly felt his car lurch forward. "There was a loud thud," said Jackson, who quickly realized he'd been rear-ended by the vehicle behind him.