This weekend on Guess Who’s Coming To Kansas City, host and executive producer M.C. Richardson will have Gary Jenkins, lawyer and retired detective with the KCPD’s Intelligence Unit and now filmmaker, on the show to talk about his latest feature film, Gangland Wire.

Wire documents the rise and fall of Kansas City’s River Quay district, the investigation of which exposed Mafia influence over the Teamsters International Union and Las Vegas casinos. During his tenure with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, Jenkins was assigned to this  investigation from 1978-1980. (from the official Gangland Wire website)  

During the show, we will be taking your calls and comments on the KKFI studio line at (816) 931-5534.

This promises to be a fascinating hour of true crime in the Cowtown, so be sure to turn on and tune in this Saturday from 5:00-6:00 PM to 90.1 FM KKFI, or online at www.kkfi.org.
ON Guess Who’s Coming to Kansas City | April 5, 2014 | 5:00 pm

Gary Jenkins & “Gangland Wire”

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This weekend on Guess Who’s Coming To Kansas City, host and executive producer M.C. Richardson will have Gary Jenkins, lawyer and retired detective with the KCPD’s Intelligence Unit and now filmmaker, on the show to talk about his latest feature film, Gangland Wire.

Wire documents the rise and fall of Kansas City’s River Quay district, the investigation of which exposed Mafia influence over the Teamsters International Union and Las Vegas casinos. During his tenure with the Kansas City, Missouri Police Department, Jenkins was assigned to this  investigation from 1978-1980. (from the official Gangland Wire website)  

During the show, we will be taking your calls and comments on the KKFI studio line at (816) 931-5534.

This promises to be a fascinating hour of true crime in the Cowtown, so be sure to turn on and tune in this Saturday from 5:00-6:00 PM to 90.1 FM KKFI, or online at www.kkfi.org.

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