Campaign To Get Justice For Women ‘Sexually Abused’ By Former Detective Golubski Gain Traction

by Gee NY

Legal proceedings resumed on Thursday, May 30, 2024, for former Kansas City, Kansas, police detective Roger Golubski, reigniting fervent calls for justice from the community.

Golubski faces multiple charges related to the sexual abuse and trafficking of Black women, including minors.

Despite previous attempts to revoke his pre-trial house arrest, Golubski remains free, sparking outrage among advocates for survivors of sexual violence.

Ahead of the court hearing on Thursday, a passionate rally advocating for accountability was staged outside the courthouse.

Online, the push to get justice for the victims is also gaining momentum.

Among the demonstrators outside the courthouse was Michelle Houcks, who bravely shared her harrowing experience of being sexually assaulted by Golubski over 25 years ago.

“With unwavering resilience, I stand here today as a survivor,” Houcks declared, her words echoing the sentiments of many who have endured similar traumas.

Tears flowed as Houcks recounted the pain inflicted upon her by Golubski, underscoring the gravity of the allegations against the former detective.

Another attendee, May Henderson, silently stood in solidarity, recounting her own ordeal of false arrest and physical abuse at the hands of Golubski.

Henderson lamented the perceived corruption within Wyandotte County’s law enforcement, expressing her frustration at the lack of accountability for past misconduct.

In light of the ongoing legal proceedings, a federal judge has set a deadline for trial scheduling at the next hearing on July 10, signaling a pivotal moment in the pursuit of justice for Golubski’s alleged victims.

The rally and court proceedings underscore the urgency of addressing systemic failures within law enforcement and ensuring that survivors of sexual abuse receive the justice and support they deserve.

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