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Local Fox 2 reports that “after election results were certified earlier this week by the St. Louis County Board of Elections, Kinloch’s outgoing administration refused to allow the city clerk to give McCray the oath of office, claiming voter fraud.”
But in spite of these claims, there has been no evidence whatsoever to back it up. Kinloch was elected. The St. Louis County Board of Elections certified the results. But the police are enforcing an illegal “coup” of sorts.
The embattled Kinloch mayor admits that she’s not exactly surprised by her treatment. After all, she was once a member of the Board of Alderman prior to resigning two years ago. She left her post because she “knew it was going to be horrible.” She believes the former mayor appointed a “crooked” administration — the same one attempting to block her from taking control.
Betty McCray has hired a lawyer and moved to file an injunction against the city of Kinloch. For now, City Hall remains inaccessible to all and is allegedly guarded by a police officer.
In the parking lot, McCray was met by a half-dozen police officers and City Attorney James Robinson, who held a manila envelope under his arm containing articles of impeachment.