Police Shoot Unarmed Black Man on Ground With His Hands Up as He Tries to Help Autistic Patient
News| | By Jason Owen
After Kinsey was shot, police handcuffed him and the autistic man, who Kinsey said he worried police might shoot. “I was really worried. More worried about him, than myself,” said Kinsey from his hospital bed. “Because as long as I got my hands up, they’re not going to shoot me, this is what I’m thinking.” yet another altercation in a long string of incidents between police and people of color where unarmed men are shot. Luckily, Kinsey will survive, but people everywhere – like after each of these incidents – want accountability from the police department and action to be taken.