Today's presser could determine the course of the Summer for Kansas City.
In a bold series of statements faith leaders not only decried a deadly police shooting but also condemned treatment from law enforcement in addressing their claims.
The faith community’s concerns stem from new surveillance video allegedly from inside the gas station which they say raises questions about the incident.
"What I saw was an execution," United Believers Community Church pastor Darron Edwards said to reporters Tuesday afternoon.
The group is demanding the four officers involved face immediate termination, arrest and charges.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Members of Kansas City's faith community are raising concerns about the March 25 police shooting that killed Malcolm Johnson. Johnson was inside the BP gas station at East 63rd Street and Prospect Avenue when he was approached by Kansas City, Missouri, police officers attempting to arrest Johnson for his alleged role in a previous shooting.
We're learning new information about the police killing of a Kansas City man that took place inside a BP gas station at 63rd Street and Prospect Avenue in March.A local pastor released new video of the confrontation on Tuesday.Malcolm Johnson - who was wanted in connection to an assault case - was shot and killed in the incident.
KANSAS CITY, MO - The family of a 31-year-old man who was shot and killed by Kansas City, Missouri, police officers, doesn't believe he was a threat when he was shot, according to a family representative.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Disturbed by what they saw, a group of local pastors released new surveillance video Tuesday from a deadly police shooting earlier this year. Now, the highway patrol is speaking out on its investigation into the shooting. The shooting happened on March 25 inside a BP gas station at 63rd Street and Prospect Avenue.
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