© by Kelly Ann Christensen (#KC3Lady)
Kelly Ann Christensen
5521 Beverly Lane, #B
Mission, Kansas 66202
I have attempted to catch Mr. Wirken in his Plaza office a couple of times over the last few weeks. I worked with James Wirken, who it is my understanding is the past President of the local Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, briefly in 2013 in his Plaza office. His office is apparently no longer in the same suite it was at that time as a female exited that office and responded that he is not in that office. However, there is an office down the hall from his office that has a sign on the door, "Wirken Law Firm, L.L.C." Thus, I twice left a handwritten note, since no one was in the office during business hours the two times I attempted to inquire.
(Remember, I am walking with known (to the Mission Police Department) serious physical injuries that need medical attention, most of which are resulting from Tom Carew impersonating a police officer, drugging and kidnapping me in May 2014. A crime in which I also lost my Verizon picture phone, half of my bottom teeth, the small of my back - literally, I am an inch shorter (spinal injuries and what appears to be removal of vertebrae - seriously - and some displacement of upper spine), and my automobile, etc. Then the psycho sent me a bill - undoubtedly there was more insurance fraud, too).
I have also been unable to locate an email address or a current telephone number for James C. Wirken. I did not leave my longtime email address due to the relentless hackings, and the note requested an in person consultation on a Sunday. It was not to pursue litigation against the Kansas City Missouri Police Department, but to discuss with the past President of the local Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, and a highly experienced attorney, who might best be contacted concerning the aspects of this full context of the entire situation. If there be a police department who I am in need of retaining immediate counsel in regard to, it is the Mission Police Department (although not full articulation, see postings on this blog) and potentially the Fairway Police Department (in part due to my foot being struck to the bone electronically to the point I could barely continue walking, and the damage is still evident this many weeks later - while I was passing through their jurisdiction en route to KCMO on foot, with a Fairway Police cruiser sitting in the Hen House parking lot the entire time under the pretense of protecting me while I was in their jurisdiction).
I am inquiring of the Kansas City Missouri Police Department concerning the above matter regarding my late brother, Gail "Bo" Thomas Schrader, and have overtly given them every benefit of the doubt as a police force at this point. I have overtly stated that it appears the "accident" occurred in the Claycomo jurisdiction, with the story changing a couple of days after the death to mile markers miles down Interstate 35, and that the reports were issued out of the Independence location. Hence, not being familiar with their procedures, it appears the main Kansas City Missouri Police Department could have intentionally been avoided. I want the unredacted copies of the police and coroner reports regarding my late brother's death, and I will indeed retain counsel to obtain them if need be. The request was dated March 2, 2016, and I have yet to receive any response whatsoever.
(Masons, DoES - Daughters of the Eastern Star and Knights of Columbus are all involved in the scenarios articulated on this blog).
In any case, I recently received this response:
September 13, 2016
5521 Beverly Lane, Apt. B
Mission, Kansas 66202
Re: Tom Carew, Notes You've Left
I write regarding several notes you have dropped through my mail slot of my office door. Please note that you have not left any email address or phone number by which I can otherwise contact you. It is my assumption that you are attempting to contact James C. Wirken, my father, who is not retired and no longer practicing law. He does not work here or with me. I am a solo-practitioner primarily practicing family law.
Thank you for the opportunity to discuss your legal matter. This letter is to confirm, however, that you have not retained Wirken Law Firm, LLC to represent you or to take any action on your behalf in this regard. I do not have the experience, the time or the resources to aid you in your possible claims against the KCPD and such as described in your Blog.
You should be aware that there could be a deadline to bring any law suit you may have. Once this deadline has passed, any claim you may have will no longer be allowed. We have not been hired to be your lawyers and do not have the information to tell you when this deadline may be, but suggest that you determine this deadline for your educated consideration.
We encourage you to consult with an attorney of your choice as soon as possible, but we are not going to be able to be that attorney for you.
Very truly your,
WIRKEN LAW FIRM, LLC
Christopher B. Wirken