More deets and the main question from a recent scathing memo that MIGHT earn attention from the feds.

Here's the crux of the argument . . .

The letter accuses KCPD of suppressing certain information, not just for defense attorneys but for prosecutors as well.

In his letter, he details his six months of employment at KCPD and accuses the administration of misconduct related to the courts.

The main accusation: the department's general counsel was not following "Giglio" requests, the name for a Missouri Supreme Court rule saying that the state shall: "Disclose to the defendant any material or information that tends to negate the guilt of the defendant for the charged offense, mitigate the degree of the offense charged, reduce the punishment of the offense charged."

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