A Kansas City police spokesman, Darin Snapp, said the department had no comment on how the case had developed other than, “people have a right to counsel.”
OMG Darin Snapp scores one for the human beings in the world.
And from the Irwin/Bradly statement regarding the shove off to Cyndy Short (which sounds like Joe Tacopina or one of his associates wrote):
“In addition, they said the FBI informed them Short was not being productive.”
Since when does an advocate or defense attorney bow to the FBI’s perceptions in lieu of doing what’s best for their client?
Who will be the prominent attorneys representing in the 816? Stay tuned….