The democrat establishment machine and their negro minions stay trying to act brand new…<br><br>”Several years ago, judges at the St. Louis Circuit Court came up with a simple idea: get everyone who handles criminal cases — from prosecutors to public defenders to police officers — together to share ideas about making improvements.<br><br>Now, legislation awaiting Mayor Lyda Krewson’s signature looks to turn an informal gathering into a professional endeavor with paid staff.<br><br>The bill, sponsored by Alderman Jeffrey Boyd, D-22nd Ward, creates the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. The 20-member council would have a full-time executive director and administrative staff, with the task of defining and analyzing “issues and procedures in the criminal justice system, identifying alternative solutions, and making recommendations for improvements and changes.””<br><br>Creating a few jobs for a few black faces and calling it a criminal justice council is not change. The reality? City Hall, the Circuit Attorney’s office and police are at each other’s throats. The Circuit Attorney’s office is investigating police while under investigation by a special prosecutor and City Hall is fighting paying her legal fees… This is who we’re supposed to trust and believe will work together to make ‘improvements’? Ummm, no.

The democrat establishment machine and their negro minions stay trying to act brand new…

“Several years ago, judges at the St. Louis Circuit Court came up with a simple idea: get everyone who handles criminal cases — from prosecutors to public defenders to police officers — together to share ideas about making improvements.

Now, legislation awaiting Mayor Lyda Krewson’s signature looks to turn an informal gathering into a professional endeavor with paid staff.

The bill, sponsored by Alderman Jeffrey Boyd, D-22nd Ward, creates the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council. The 20-member council would have a full-time executive director and administrative staff, with the task of defining and analyzing “issues and procedures in the criminal justice system, identifying alternative solutions, and making recommendations for improvements and changes.””

Creating a few jobs for a few black faces and calling it a criminal justice council is not change. The reality? City Hall, the Circuit Attorney’s office and police are at each other’s throats. The Circuit Attorney’s office is investigating police while under investigation by a special prosecutor and City Hall is fighting paying her legal fees… This is who we’re supposed to trust and believe will work together to make ‘improvements’? Ummm, no.

St. Louis’ New Criminal Justice Council Has 1 Goal — Get Everyone To The Table

Several years ago, judges at the St. Louis Circuit Court came up with a simple idea: get everyone who handles criminal cases — from prosecutors to public

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