Mary Sanchez

July 2, 2014 6:53 PM

Grief for a suffering soldier killed in a standoff with Kansas City police

A judge, a family and a neighborhood still mourn a month after Staff Sgt. Issac Sims was shot to death in a standoff with Kansas City police. The Memorial Day weekend shooting followed repeated efforts to get the 26-year-old Sims treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder at the Kansas City VA Medical Center less than 2 miles away.

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