The Primary Function of the independent juror is not, as many think, to dispense punishment to fellow citizens accused of breaking various laws, but rather to protect fellow citizens from tyrannical abuses of power by government. – FIJA website

Host Allie Bush talks with Kirstian Tynan of the Fully Informed Jury Association about the rights and responsibilities of jurors. With Prosecutorial misconduct being revealed every day it is time to understand what power we have as jurors to mitigate corrupt laws and corrupt officials.

You can find out more about the Fully Informed Jury Association on their website http://fija.org/ where you can download their -

JUROR’S GUIDE
On the Grand Jury
Juror’s Handbook
Current State Constitutional Authority for Jury Veto
If You Are Called For Jury Duty
If You Are Facing Charges

or Contact FIJA
FIJA/AJI
PO Box 5570
Helena, MT 59604-5570

Tel: 1-406-442-7800
Email: aji(at)fija.org
Free Jury Power Information Kit: 1-800-TEL-JURY

At the end of our show Jeff talks with Richard Tripp of Care of Poor People about how you can help the homeless during these hot days. The Lug a Jug program encourages you to clean your old milk jugs, fill them with water and freeze them. When you are going to be in an area where you know homeless people gather you can give them a jug that will provide them with clean water and cool them off as well.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

PUBLIC NOTICE
63RD & PROSPECT REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT
ANALYSIS OF BROWNFIELD CLEANUP ALTERNATIVES (ABCA)

The Tax Increment Financing Commission of Kansas City, MO (TIF Commission) and the City of Kansas City, MO (City) invite the public to attend a public meeting on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the Southeast Community Center, 4201 E. 63rd St, Kansas City, MO to provide input on options for the cleanup of the 63rd & Prospect Redevelopment Project. The site is generally bounded on the north by 60th St., east by Prospect Ave., south by 63rd St., and west by Park Ave. in Kansas City, MO. The public is invited to comment on an “Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives” or ABCA, which describes site conditions and several cleanup options. The public may view the ABCA and related environmental reports during normal business hours at the Kansas City Public Library: Southeast Branch, 6242 Swope Parkway, Kansas City, MO. The ABCA and related reports are also available on-line at ftp://ftp.kcmo.org/outgoing/CD/abracker (open the folder marked “63rd & Prospect Redevelopment Project”). Comments will be received for 30 days beginning June 24 and ending July 23, 2013. Responses will be provided for all comments received within the comment period.

This cleanup project is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the City. EPA grants money to clean up contaminated properties, known as “Brownfields”. The cleanup of the 63rd & Prospect Redevelopment Project is intended to eliminate potential risks to human health and the environment and help prepare the site for future redevelopment, as guided by a community-driven planning process and an upcoming solicitation of interest in development. The public is invited to provide feedback on, and participate in the process of selecting, the appropriate cleanup option for the site. To submit comments, or for more information, please contact Andrew Bracker, Brownfields Coordinator, at 816-513-3002, email: andrew.bracker@kcmo.org.

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KC No Violence Alliance Focus Group
Saturday June 29, 2013, 9:00 AM – Noon at
Rockhurst Community Center 5401 Troost Ave, KCMO.

KC No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA) is a new focused- based crime deterrence model. This event is targeted at grass root organizations and neighborhood associations. This will be an opportunity to learn about KC NOVA and discuss “How does KC NoVA fit into our community”. Community feedback will be recorded and evaluated. Please RSVP to Det. Tiffany Gillespie at Tiffany.gillespie@kcpd.org.

Proposed Agenda
8:30-9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00- 10:00 Presentations by KC NOVA Community Board:
Tiffany Gillespie, KCPD Detective
William Dowdell, KC NOVA Community Organizer
Pat Clarke, Community Outreach Specialist
Theresa Brit Lewis, KC NOVA Chief Social Services Supervisor
Alissia Canady, Assistant Prosecutor, Jackson County, Missouri

10:00-11:30 Focus Group/ Q & A- Moderated by- Dr. Toya Like-Haislip
11:30-Noon Next Steps to get involved
Noon Adjourn

To learn more about KC NoVA go to:

https://www.facebook.com/KCNoVA2013

Alissia Canady
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Neighborhood Prosecution Coordinator
Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office
415 E 12th Street, 11th Floor
Kanasas City, MO 64106
Office: 816-881-3517
Mobile: 816-392-8976
Fax: 816-881-3507

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The Second Chance Coalition will meet Tuesday June 25th at 3pm at the Heartland Center for Behavioral Change building at 1730 Prospect, KCMO in the District 4 Mo Probation & Parole Meeting Room on the Second Floor. The location is on the Northwest corner of 18th and Prospect and of course across the street from the Pioneer Campus so parking at the Campus is recommended.

ON Jaws of Justice Radio | June 24, 2013 | 9:00 am

Why You Should Want Jury Duty! Taking The Law Into Your Hands With The Fully Informed Jury Association

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The Primary Function of the independent juror is not, as many think, to dispense punishment to fellow citizens accused of breaking various laws, but rather to protect fellow citizens from tyrannical abuses of power by government. – FIJA website

Host Allie Bush talks with Kirstian Tynan of the Fully Informed Jury Association about the rights and responsibilities of jurors. With Prosecutorial misconduct being revealed every day it is time to understand what power we have as jurors to mitigate corrupt laws and corrupt officials.

You can find out more about the Fully Informed Jury Association on their website http://fija.org/ where you can download their -

JUROR’S GUIDE
On the Grand Jury
Juror’s Handbook
Current State Constitutional Authority for Jury Veto
If You Are Called For Jury Duty
If You Are Facing Charges

or Contact FIJA
FIJA/AJI
PO Box 5570
Helena, MT 59604-5570

Tel: 1-406-442-7800
Email: aji(at)fija.org
Free Jury Power Information Kit: 1-800-TEL-JURY

At the end of our show Jeff talks with Richard Tripp of Care of Poor People about how you can help the homeless during these hot days. The Lug a Jug program encourages you to clean your old milk jugs, fill them with water and freeze them. When you are going to be in an area where you know homeless people gather you can give them a jug that will provide them with clean water and cool them off as well.

CALENDAR OF EVENTS

PUBLIC NOTICE
63RD & PROSPECT REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT
ANALYSIS OF BROWNFIELD CLEANUP ALTERNATIVES (ABCA)

The Tax Increment Financing Commission of Kansas City, MO (TIF Commission) and the City of Kansas City, MO (City) invite the public to attend a public meeting on Wednesday, June 26th, 2013 at 6 p.m. at the Southeast Community Center, 4201 E. 63rd St, Kansas City, MO to provide input on options for the cleanup of the 63rd & Prospect Redevelopment Project. The site is generally bounded on the north by 60th St., east by Prospect Ave., south by 63rd St., and west by Park Ave. in Kansas City, MO. The public is invited to comment on an “Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives” or ABCA, which describes site conditions and several cleanup options. The public may view the ABCA and related environmental reports during normal business hours at the Kansas City Public Library: Southeast Branch, 6242 Swope Parkway, Kansas City, MO. The ABCA and related reports are also available on-line at ftp://ftp.kcmo.org/outgoing/CD/abracker (open the folder marked “63rd & Prospect Redevelopment Project”). Comments will be received for 30 days beginning June 24 and ending July 23, 2013. Responses will be provided for all comments received within the comment period.

This cleanup project is funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the City. EPA grants money to clean up contaminated properties, known as “Brownfields”. The cleanup of the 63rd & Prospect Redevelopment Project is intended to eliminate potential risks to human health and the environment and help prepare the site for future redevelopment, as guided by a community-driven planning process and an upcoming solicitation of interest in development. The public is invited to provide feedback on, and participate in the process of selecting, the appropriate cleanup option for the site. To submit comments, or for more information, please contact Andrew Bracker, Brownfields Coordinator, at 816-513-3002, email: andrew.bracker@kcmo.org.

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KC No Violence Alliance Focus Group
Saturday June 29, 2013, 9:00 AM – Noon at
Rockhurst Community Center 5401 Troost Ave, KCMO.

KC No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA) is a new focused- based crime deterrence model. This event is targeted at grass root organizations and neighborhood associations. This will be an opportunity to learn about KC NOVA and discuss “How does KC NoVA fit into our community”. Community feedback will be recorded and evaluated. Please RSVP to Det. Tiffany Gillespie at Tiffany.gillespie@kcpd.org.

Proposed Agenda
8:30-9:00 Continental Breakfast
9:00- 10:00 Presentations by KC NOVA Community Board:
Tiffany Gillespie, KCPD Detective
William Dowdell, KC NOVA Community Organizer
Pat Clarke, Community Outreach Specialist
Theresa Brit Lewis, KC NOVA Chief Social Services Supervisor
Alissia Canady, Assistant Prosecutor, Jackson County, Missouri

10:00-11:30 Focus Group/ Q & A- Moderated by- Dr. Toya Like-Haislip
11:30-Noon Next Steps to get involved
Noon Adjourn

To learn more about KC NoVA go to:

https://www.facebook.com/KCNoVA2013

Alissia Canady
Assistant Prosecuting Attorney
Neighborhood Prosecution Coordinator
Jackson County Prosecutor’s Office
415 E 12th Street, 11th Floor
Kanasas City, MO 64106
Office: 816-881-3517
Mobile: 816-392-8976
Fax: 816-881-3507

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The Second Chance Coalition will meet Tuesday June 25th at 3pm at the Heartland Center for Behavioral Change building at 1730 Prospect, KCMO in the District 4 Mo Probation & Parole Meeting Room on the Second Floor. The location is on the Northwest corner of 18th and Prospect and of course across the street from the Pioneer Campus so parking at the Campus is recommended.

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