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Kansas City Man Indicted On Hate Crime Charge After Shooting Teen


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A federal grand jury in Kansas City, Missouri, returned a two-count indictment charging a Missouri man with hate crime and firearm violations for shooting a teenager because of his sexual orientation

According to court documents, Malachi Robinson, 25, allegedly shot the victim with a 9mm handgun because of his sexual orientation, causing “significant non-fatal injuries,” officials said.

If convicted, Robinson faces up to life in prison on the hate crime charge and a mandatory minimum 10 years in prison, consecutive to any other sentence, on the firearm charge. Robinson also faces a fine of up to $250,000 with respect to each charge.

The case is being investigated by the FBI’s Kansas City Field Office and the Kansas City Police Department.

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