Great reporting! KSHBTV41 re Schlitterbahn bankruptcy
Check out that brown water at 1:00 into the video. The audio then mentions a golf course, but the video is brown water, a bathing area clearly surrounded by white recliners.
Talk about a Shitty Bathing Experience.
Kudos to Channel 41--very seldom do TV stations report on bankruptcies.
Warning to families this Easter weekend:
I'd think twice about telling the kiddoes you're taking them to Schlitterbahn on opening day, May 25.
If your kid, grandkid or you have an accident at the KCK Schlitterbahn this summer, just how much confidence should a prudent adult have that the park has any paid-up insurance to treat broken bones, twisted backs or bacterial infections???
Is there a release that you sign upon entering??? Responsible adults need to think ahead and do some homework before waltzing into a potentially life-altering situation. Kids just wanna have fun. And their brains are not fully developed to assess possible consequences.
warning to families!
Before you buy season passes to Schlitterbahn, (without Verruckt, the Tower of Death and Decapitation--as co-designed and mandated by the unindicted Wyandotte County UG Design Review Committee goons), stroll thru these pics and stories from unrelated Action Park NJ
There are a whole lot of white trash kids who are thrill seekers. They actually glorify danger and getting injured at water parks. Of course then our hospitals treat them, on the taxpayer's dime. The bragging by these not-very-bright amped up kids in these Buzzfeed videos is disgusting and alarming.
And here's my question for the local news or STAR to investigate:
Was Caleb Schwab's family paid the $19.7 million out of court settlement by a reputable bonded insurance company?
Cash in advance? How did it go down??? Respectfully and legit?? Or did manic scruffy nose-wiping-in-court Jeff Henry take the toothpick out of his filthy mouth and scratch his lice before setting down his beer before shaking Scott Schwab's hand and handing him a crumpled check? Saying, "Sorry, dude. I got this."
Nothing can make up for the loss of a child. But if the Schwab family, including House Speaker pro tem Scott Schwab, candidate for Secretary of State, is hoping to start a foundation to honor Caleb's life, will that funding actually be there? Or just wash out like the fetid pond down in Corpus Christi, Texas?
Inquiring AG's want to know.
And note to Winter Prosapio, gum-snapping Communications Director/PR cowgirl--
considering all you know, feel free to turn whistleblower, for the sake of that dead child. You know in your heart, this was an incident, not an accident. Connect the dots. Do you actually think you will retire from the Henry family organization with a FUNDED PENSION??? Get out while ya can, girl. Try to salvage your reputation. Don't be the Texas version of Sarah Huckabee Sanders.