Civil Asset Forfeiture Stays Winning In Kansas

Don't get it twisted TKC READERS . . . The Americans For Prosperity Foundation isn't exactly a collection of hippies wanting the police to wear flowers in their hair. 

In fact . . . This conservative-leaning group does all the heavy lifting in a recent study that reveal po-po confiscate a lot of valuable property from completely innocent people . . . Here's the data . . . 

The report covered civil asset forfeitures between July 1, 2019, and Dec. 31, 2022. It found that law enforcement reported $25.3 million in money and property seized from Kansans. That is an average of about $17,000 per day.

The report also found that most Kansans who have seized or forfeited property have not and may never be convicted of a crime.

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Report: $25.3 million seized by Kansas law enforcement between 2019 and 2022

A recent report has found that law enforcement officials in Kansas seized more than $25 million in items and money from Kansans who have never and will more than likely never be convicted of a crime between 2019 and 2022.