Tuesday, July 4, 2017


It turns out that Fox 16 News has some of the answers citizens of the city of Little Rock and one member of the Board of Director's have been asking about for months of its inept police chief concerning the spike in violence.

Who or what is causing the "seige" of Little Rock?

Turns out one of the gangs, err.... "rival parties" involved is the family of Dallas Cowboy football player Darren McFadden. 

In a report aired on Fox 16 yesterday evening, the station reveal something
Chief Buckner, the mayor and city manager have not, the identity of one of the "rival parties" involved in recent drive-by shooting.

Some readers will recall that McFadden had his own problems being underage (he was 18 at the time) at a sketchy Little Rock club back in 2006.

And again in 2008 when he was 20, at another sketchy Little Rock club.

The citizens of Little Rock have lost what little confidence they had in Chief Buckner and his officers (officers that don't live inside the city limits of Little Rock - more than half of them at last count- mostly the white ones at that) and the leadership at city hall.

The public has a right to know, with the identity known of one of the groups that are involved in the spike in violence, why the Chief is not deploying or utilizing the unit he established back in January, the one which members drive various rental cars (via that $300K allotted in a recent board meeting) to sit outside McFadden's mothers home where the other half of that "rival party" is driving by and shooting at folks.  Maybe they could apprehend someone by doing old fashion police work and not blame the public for not doing something.

If LRPD would enforce the curfew, quite of few of the individuals involved in the violence are minors, perhaps they could curb some of the violence in the pocket of the city where it is occurring.