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I’m sick of the news focusing on the side issue of a “swatting call.” They should be concerned with, despite the soon-to-be former DA’s decision, the fact the Wichita police murdered Andy Finch.
District Attorney Marc Bennett’s decision in the swatting case was a certainty. Also certain is that countless law-abiding Wichitans believe that the police executed that man. All future dealings with law enforcement will take that into account.
Let’s see if I have this right. The person who placed a swatting call is charged in the death of Andrew Finch but the actual murderer is not charged. Only in Doo-Dah land could this be possible.
DA Bennett justified an officer shooting and killing anyone who answers the door of their own home citing what the officer believed was relevant; not the fact that he shot from across the street to the surprise of officers nearer the porch.
Let a jury decide if the killing of Mr. Finch was justified, not the district attorney.
I take offense that the City Council’s changes to the city’s most beautiful park, Naftzger, are termed “improvements.”
Blake Shuart should run for office. We need reasonable people in our Legislature (with legal training to help), not those playing political games.
“Morning Joe” bashes President Trump daily in an attempt to boost his failing ratings and avoid becoming “Yesterday Joe.”
While we are having the state Supreme Court determine if we have funded the school properly we might as well have them rule on sales, property, and income tax, too.
What do Scott Pruitt and I have in common? Every morning when we wake up, we check Twitter to see if he still has a job.
Mark Zuckerberg shows signs of growing up. He wore a suit to Washington, D.C.
No, we haven’t gotten rid of Roseanne. In case you haven’t noticed, her show ratings are through the roof. If you don’t care for her humor, don’t watch her. The way I don’t watch Jimmy Kimmel.
I’ll give up my spork when they pry it from my cold, dead hands.
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