KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — New video has surfaced of a lethal police shooting final March.
Kansas City police officers shot and killed Malcolm Johnson throughout a confrontation at a BP gasoline station. Johnson was needed for an earlier shooting.
In the launched cell phone video of the arrest and shooting, you’ll be able to see a quantity of officers restraining johnson on the ground. It seems one officer attracts a weapon, you hear a shot fired, and one other officer yells in ache and hobbles away. Then, you hear two extra pictures.
Earlier this week, a gaggle of pastors criticized the shooting calling it as an execution. On Wednesday, they met with the Missouri Highway Patrol which is investigating the shooting and turned over video to them. KCTV5 News is looking for out if that features this video.
As activists held a rally at a gasoline station on the town’s East Side Wednesday evening in response to a deadly police shooting, police supporters have been rallying in a park within the metropolis’s Northland.
Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker issued this assertion in regards to the video:
We have obtained videos from witnesses and neighborhood members for our evaluation. We are carefully analyzing this data.
A component of our evaluation shall be an analysis of any discrepancies between the unique accounting of this occasion and the precise proof, together with any video proof. Our job requires us to assemble as many information as we are able to and to make use of these information to find out if expenses are acceptable beneath Missouri legislation. In order to try this, a full and impartial investigation is obligatory. Our responsibility requires we maintain all accountable, irrespective of their place or energy.
We are additionally evaluating our processes to find out how we’d additional have interaction with neighborhood to achieve these obligatory information.
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