Kansas City, Missouri 2021-09-20 22:14:00 –
Kansas City, Kansas (KCTV)-The Kansas City Police Department, Kansas, is currently under national surveillance for concealing complaints of illegal activity.
Rapper Jay-Z’s social justice organization, Roc Nation’s lawyer, filed a proceeding against the unified government on Monday seeking documents about complaints that they were rejected.
The proceedings cite a number of criminal and other illegal acts that have been in the news for years. Still, the proceedings claim that nothing has changed. Organizations claim to know how widespread the problem is and how to deal with it for the public good, but they have been denied the documentation needed to do so. ..
“I just feel like the light is open in the sky,” Khadijah Hardaway said in response to the news.
Hardaway has been defending KCK police victims for over a year.
“Wyandotte County has been suffering for over 40 years at the hands of the police station,” she said.
One of the cases cited in the proceedings led to the conviction of Lamonte McIntyre’s tort murder. McIntyre was imprisoned for 23 years from the age of 17.
The unified government and retired police captain Roger Golubski are currently being sued by McIntyre and his mother. The proceedings alleged that Golbsky had decades of long history of exploiting black women, including McIntyre’s mother, for sex, and his son in retaliation for refusing one of his advances. Claims to have created evidence against.
Today’s proceeding, which asks judges to request the release of certain records, states that Golbsky’s actions were an open secret. The petition filed by Roc Nation mentions the “Blue of Silence” and claims that the only way to eradicate corruption is to shed light on how things are handled.
According to court filings, the requested records included complaints filed with KCKPD’s investigation department and related documents regarding investigation and disciplinary action.
The proceedings stated that the unified government agreed to publish a document on the complaint, but denied requests for investigation and disciplinary action, citing state law protecting “disclosure of personnel records.”
The proceedings state that the rejected records are essential “to determine if the complaint has been taken seriously and if there is sufficient oversight and supervision of KCKPD.”
“It feels like the fact that the doors are open and there are so many victims in Wyandotte. Hopefully in their spirit they will want to burst the doors,” Hardaway said. Told.
Hardaway has been strengthened by the participation of the Jay-Z team and hopes to eventually lead to a bigger one, the Justice Ministry’s investigation.
“It’s great when someone is talking about you. It’s something else when they actually take steps to legally initiate the process,” Hardaway said.
KCKPD has issued a statement regarding filing with the court, which states:
“The unified governments of Wyandotte County and Kansas City, Kansas, have received notice today that Roc Nation has filed a petition in the Wyandotte County District Court seeking a warrant for Mandamas. In accordance with the Kansas Open Records Act (KORA), with a few exceptions, we have created hundreds of required records. KORA will, for example, disclose personnel records and criminal investigation records unless there are specific circumstances. In response, Roc Nation has filed a 28-page petition stating that it has a special interest in disclosing all records so that the general public can seek justice. Once the petition has been thoroughly reviewed, the unified government will follow up by submitting a response. “
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