When police are found to be the criminals- it seems the justice system works in a totally different way.
As reported here first in Kansas City Saturday morning- a 49-year-old bouncer at the 6902 Club at 6902 Prospect was shot twice by a patron late Friday night.
It turns out that patron was an off-duty KC-KS cop- who reportedly was "drunk and belligerent" and "refusing to turn over his firearm" before shooting the club's bouncer.
Further- local broadcast news media reported Saturday night that the cop/suspect "was on paid leave while the investigation was underway."
Paid leave? Who the Hell is this off-duty cop?
Oh- that's privy information- the police won't release the cop/suspect's name.
To show they're not taking sides- the bouncer's name wasn't released either.
Now someone PLEASE explain to me how a cop who engages in a CRIMINAL ACT gets suspended with paid leave and isn't sitting in a jail cell like you- me- or the guy under a bridge wouldn't be doing if WE shot somebody...
Last night- a civilian assaulted a police officer at the Uptown Theater in KC-MO. The next day THAT suspect's name was all over the news.
If ONLY that guy had been a cop... and hey- what happened to the 2 KC-MO cops who started firing wildly in their car and could have killed an innocent civilian on I-435 & Gregory that night?