Frank Clark to Fund the funeral of four-year-old victim of armed violence | Instant News


Kansas city chiefs defensive end Frank Clark is going after the legend Taliferro, four-year-old Kansas city boy was shot while sleeping on Monday.

According to 41 action reporter McKenzie NelsonClark was in contact with the mother Taliferro that Sharon Powell, about the payment of the funeral expenses of the child.

Clark also plans to play in the name Taliferro, when the chiefs open the season against the Houston Texans on September 10.

Taliferro had a heart defect and has undergone multiple open-heart surgeries, his first occurring when he was four years old.

Clark wrote two responses shortly after the publication of the report in the building KSB.

Taliferro was struck when shots were fired at my dad’s place about 2:30 a.m. on Monday near 63rd and Paseo in Kansas city. He soon died from a gunshot wound at the research medical center.

The police Department of Kansas city wrote a video surveillance of a possible suspect vehicle Wednesday.

KCPD not made an arrest in the case and urges anyone with information to call the tips hotline 816-474-tips.

Friday, The mayor of Kansas city Quentin Lucas called on the state Governor, Mike parson to convene a special session of the General Assembly of Missouri for the solution of violent crimes in the state of Missouri.

“Kansas city is too small a city and Missouri too well the state is to allow violent crime to define our way of life,” writes Lucas. “We will continue to go through these problems, but our children, our law enforcement agencies, and all Kansas Citians need to change quickly.”

According to the building KSB, Kansas city has almost 100 kills in 2020 as of 3 July.





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