A Prairie Village Police officer’s automated license plate reader malfunctioned leaving Mark Molner thankfully alive.
Molner headed away from his office when stopped in traffic the police scanner had appeared to alert officers to a possible grand theft auto bulletin.
The description of the make and model of the stolen vehicle didn’t match Molner’s BMW. However that was not before being pulled over at gunpoint in front of his pregnant wife who witnessed the event from across the street.
Now Molner wants answers and nobody is being forthright and issuing apologies for the faulty system in place.
Had this been a person lacking any candor during a panic attack, not unlike the woman who was murdered in D.C. by police when she had guns drawn out by an approaching officer that also put the life of the child she was driving with in jeopardy.
Besides the outrageous fact that the police reader malfunctioned, the police also blocked his vehicle until they could confirm he wasn’t their suspect. Welcome to the 21st century of disrespectful policing.
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