Kansas City Attorney Activist Stacy Shaw & Followers Continue To Occupy 12th & Oak Until KCPD Chief Is Fired
We talked about this protester demand last night and today local newsies catch up to the ongoing protest that has shrunk in size to about a dozen.
Tents now adorn the sidewalk in front of city hall as these political activists accompany a great many homeless denizens inside the loop.
Brief aside . . . The protest is somewhat quizzical given that KCMO elected officials typically don’t show up until Tuesday – Thursday . . . So the weekend demonstration doesn’t really have much of a live audience. Still, social media livestreaming seems to be attracting a notable crowd.
Meanwhile, the demand to remove the KCPD Chief persists . . .
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Updated at 2:10 p.m. Saturday: Throughout the day, the number of protesters and tents on the lawn of the Kansas City Police department continued to increase. The sun rose on more than a dozen protesters Saturday who spent the night camped out at the Kansas City Police Department, demanding justice for a young woman who is nine-months-pregnant and was recently violently arrested by police.
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