This is a case I’ve been trying to follow closely because it represents another one of those problems we’re not allowed to discuss. I’ve always felt that the stories about black men being shot by cops are a smokescreen for what the cops are really doing: Extortion; stalking; raping; and human trafficking. I don’t personally know any of these people or know anything about the case and I live a long distance from the area and I don’t want to say anything that would add to their pain, but I will post the facts about this case. I’ve been following it so closely because it resembles my own experience with police harassment and stalking. I, also, have witnessed police sex trafficking (literally running a prostitution ring) and extortion is a regular practice of many city governments (of whom the police are agents – that’s who they really work for, not you and me) and individual cops.
According to reports, Toni Anderson left work at a club called, “Chrome,” where she has worked for about three years, and was driving to a gas station in a satellite town of K.C., called North Kansas City. She was stopped by the police, which was, according to a friend of hers given in a news report, a common occurrence.
According to several reports, the first stop this night occurred at 4:20 a.m. After that, she went on to the QuickTrip gas station because her tank was low. She left the gas station and got out on the highway and at 4:42, she texted a friend saying, “OMG, I just got pulled over, again.” She has been missing ever since. According to this report, the family is now searching in the direction of Parkville, MO because that’s where the last ping from her cellphone came from. Although, according to numerous reports, Toni was supposed to headed in the opposite direction to meet some friends at a hole in the wall called the Shady Lady just east of Kansas City proper.
Initially, the cops denied pulling her over, then they decided that they did pull her over for failing to use a turn signal while changing lanes and said she was given only a “warning,” of which there seems to be no record. The cop then claimed that he pointed her to the gas station and left.The police will not release the video from the QT, which apparently they have in their possession, nor will they release dash cam video of her being pulled over (the cops in question at this point are North Kansas City PD and not greater Kansas City cops).
But, the surveillance video from a business across the street shows that the cop didn’t just point the way to the gas station, he pulled in behind her. It is, also, reported that at the GPS tracking device placed on her car by the insurance company conveniently went dead at the time she was at the gas station.
Further, it is reported that someone tried and failed twice to get money using her ATM card at the station. (My question: Why would she need to use an ATM when she just left work and probably had a couple of hundred dollars or more in cash on her, regardless of whether she was waiting tables or dancing at the club? Even during the post-holiday season, you’re probably not going to walk out of there with nothing.)
Very wisely, Toni Anderon’s family immediately hired a private investigator. Now, they are battling with the police, who claim there is no evidence of any foul play, to release the video from the QT and the DashCam video. While they are shelling out dough for a private investigator and battling with the police, they are, also, having to search for her, all by themselves.
Predators try to find women they think don’t have family or friends. Toni has a lot of caring family and friends, though. So, they made a little mistake there. You see, the cops have a tendency to live in a fantasy world and they make up stories about women in their own heads. They like to refer to us as “working girls,” they look us up and down in restaurants and follow us around with a hard on and they like to do some other things I won’t mention right now, but I will say that the cops are so bad that I don’t understand why we have them. Why would any decent people want to have cops? – Brainwashing, obviously, from lots and lots of television and movies in which they are depicted as heroes. They are a criminal gang and a very large roadblock to solving crimes or obtaining justice because they are part of a system… a rotten system that can only be eliminated by gutting it at its foundation. If you are a radical feminist, you know what that means because we know who commits virtually ALL of these crimes.
Here are some links to information about this case. You can see that she is a lovely young woman, only 20-years old, someone who is trying to do something with her life, and has been unable to do so because someone took away her “choices” and “consent.” She was supposed to show up for classes at UMKC, but didn’t make it.
Here are some links to recent reports on the case:
Although this happened in K.C., MO, Toni is originally from Wichita. This article is about the family’s petition to get the cops to release the videos they have: http://www.kansas.com/news/local/article130284679.html
Some women have gone missing and turned up a few weeks later. I keep following this case like a number of other cases of missing and abducted “privileged” white women in this country. I hope she’s okay and if someone is holding her captive, which is possible (K.C. is a center of sex trafficking – it’s been a problem for a long time and the cops and the mob are practically indistinguishable – so this doesn’t seem out of the question to me.), that she is able to escape.
Small update on 2/3/2017:
Here is a link to a care2 petition, which is aimed at getting the police to release the video footage they have in their possession while investigating this case in which they say there is no evidence of foul play – which seems like a contradiction: https://www.thepetitionsite.com/638/830/815/missing-toni-anderson-demand-surveillance-videodash-cam/
Another WordPress Blogger has further information about this, including a little fact, which only seems logical, which is that there would have to be, at least, two people involved in this abduction. In my own experience an on-duty cop sometimes uses armed men who are not apparently cops to do his crimes. I was held at gunpoint and nearly killed a few years ago in a situation like this. (Not in K.C, but a whole other city in a far away state – this is just how cops operate, in general, that I am describing.) This blogger’s article on the subject is worth reading and it includes this little paragraph right here: “…a friend of hers called NKCPD dispatch…recorded the conversation during which the NKCPD dispatcher said TWO COPS were involved in their first stop of Anderson and contrary to the KCPD spin on the story or “LIE”. So…either 2 SUV’s or 2 cops in 1 vehicle.” This article makes two other points, which I agree with completely. The local media appear to be complicit in covering something up by their failure to report important details that incriminate the cops. Also, the Eff Bea Eye is, in the very best case scenario, a useless organization. I, also, have had an experience with them, which I have never told, not even at my private blog, because I feel it is too dangerous to discuss and anyway, the only people I ever told it to didn’t believe it. Nobody wants to believe what cop agencies are really up to. But, I will tell you this about cops, including that agency, in general – they are essentially there to manage what is going on in the way of serial murders and human trafficking.
At times like this, I want to talk about such things because I know some people are focused on it who might be open to the terrible truth that surrounds us, but most of the time my philosophy about such matters is that “There ain’t no point in talkin’ when there’s nobody listenin’.” Anyone who has ever heard my personal stories of harrowing violence and narrowly escaping being murdered every now and then while simply trying to live as a white woman in this country shouldn’t be surprised by anything in this case.