Missouri paid a Kansas City lawyer $12,000 to look into allegations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation against an employee of the Kansas City Reentry Center, a minimum-security prison at 651 Mulberry St. in the West Bottoms. The state then fought to keep the lawyer’s 19-page report secret.
Missouri paid a Kansas City lawyer $12,000 to look into allegations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation against an employee of the Kansas City Reentry Center, a minimum-security prison at 651 Mulberry St. in the West Bottoms. The state then fought to keep the lawyer’s 19-page report secret. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Missouri paid a Kansas City lawyer $12,000 to look into allegations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation against an employee of the Kansas City Reentry Center, a minimum-security prison at 651 Mulberry St. in the West Bottoms. The state then fought to keep the lawyer’s 19-page report secret. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

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