“State Rep. Brandon Ellington, a Kansas City Democrat, filed House Bill 1086 late last month.<br><br>The bill says that “a law enforcement officer commits the offense of shooting a victim while surrendering if the officer shoots a victim while the victim has his or her hands raised in surrender.”<br><br>The offense would be a Class A felony if the person surrendering was killed, according to the bill.”<br><br>Look who’s on the forefront… A KC Democrat. Not BLM. Not a Ferguson activist/protester turned elected leader. Not reform prosecutors Wesley Bell or Kim Gardner. Not anyone on the Ferguson Commission. Not one black elected leader in St. Louis. Not one member of the black clergy. No one who jumped out in front of the cameras during Ferguson, solicited funds for #Ferguson or exploited the murder of Mike Brown for a come up.

"State Rep. Brandon Ellington, a Kansas City Democrat, filed House Bill 1086 late last month.

The bill says that “a law enforcement officer commits the offense of shooting a victim while surrendering if the officer shoots a victim while the victim has his or her hands raised in surrender.”

The offense would be a Class A felony if the person surrendering was killed, according to the bill."

Look who's on the forefront... A KC Democrat. Not BLM. Not a Ferguson activist/protester turned elected leader. Not reform prosecutors Wesley Bell or Kim Gardner. Not anyone on the Ferguson Commission. Not one black elected leader in St. Louis. Not one member of the black clergy. No one who jumped out in front of the cameras during Ferguson, solicited funds for #Ferguson or exploited the murder of Mike Brown for a come up.

Missouri lawmaker files bill making crime of police shooting person with hands up

A Missouri lawmaker from Kansas City has filed a bill that would define a criminal offense committed if a police officer shoots a person with their hands up. State Rep. Brandon Ellington, a Kansas City Democrat, filed House Bill 1086 late last month.
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