Prosecutors Decline Charges In Death Of Malcolm Johnson During KCPD Arrest Struggle

The background that nobody is reporting . . . 

Let's not forget that Kansas City ministers claimed with is was an "execution" until video released to the public didn't provide any evidence of that assertion.

And today, here's the aftermath . . .

"We regret the loss of Mr. Johnson's life, as well as the injury to the police officer who also was shot in the incident, and regardless of the legal conclusions, any loss of life and injury to an officer is tragic," the St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's office said in a statement Monday.

On the day of the shooting, officers from KCPD's Impact Unit were searching for Johnson on alleged violent crimes.

Missouri State Highway Patrol Sgt. Andy Bell said two officers located Johnson at the gas station and tried to take him into custody.

A struggle ensued and police alleged Johnson fired shots at police, who returned fire in self-defense, Bell said at the time. An officer was also shot in the struggle.

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No charges filed in Kansas City police shooting of Malcolm Johnson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A special prosecutor will not press charges in the deadly Kansas City police shooting of Malcolm Johnson. The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's Office, which was appointed to review the case in 2021, announced Monday that it will not issue any charges. The St.

Special prosecutor: No charges recommended against KCPD officers in deadly shooting of Malcolm Johnson

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City, Missouri, police officers involved in the deadly shooting of Malcolm Johnson won't face charges, a special prosecutor announced Monday. Johnson died after being shot by police during an attempted arrest inside March 25, 2021, inside a gas station near East 63rd Street and Prospect Avenue.

Special prosecutor: Kansas City police officer acted in self defense in shooting of Malcolm Johnson

Nearly two years after a Kansas City, Missouri man was shot and killed by Kansas City police inside a gas station, a special prosecutor has determined the officer who shot Malcolm Johnson acted in self-defense. As a result, no charges will be filed against the officers involved.

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