Kansas City Media Collective Continues Advocacy After Deadly Shooting Of John Albers

For those who don't know how local news works . . .

The Kansas City Media Collective is now the dominant purveyor of "journalism" in the metro area. The group is funded by donations, corporate sponsorship, grants and some government funding. 

The inner-workings of the group are somewhat secretive but their content is decidedly progressive and closely resembles social justice advocacy. 

Accordingly, their perspective is important in light of their ongoing coverage of a somewhat recent, deadly police shooting . . . Here is a quote from their reporting . . .

"A secretive Kansas disciplinary board has dismissed a complaint against Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe for releasing a false narrative about the 2018 police killing of John Albers.

"The Office of the Disciplinary Administrator concluded the complaint had merit but chose only to issue Howe a letter of caution, according to a letter . . ."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Johnson County prosecutor gets off with a warning after false account of police shooting

Johnson County District Attorney Steve Howe declined to file criminal charges against the Overland Park Police officer who killed 17-year-old John Albers in 2018. But police dash video contradicted Howe's account of what happened in the shooting.