The Grand Jury looking into the incident involving Congresswoman McKinney and a Capitol Hill Police Officer may have concluded no charges were necessary, but the Capitol Hill Police still want action:
“Although she was not indicted by the grand jury, we hope that members of Congress will review her actions in light of their own rules within the ethics committee,” said Andrew Maybo, chairman of the Labor Committee of the U.S. Capitol Police.
“This is solely about what is right or wrong,” said Lou Cannon, president of the D.C. Lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police. “It is wrong to assault a law enforcement officer who is performing his duties. No matter what your status, occupation or other factors, everyone must obey the law.”
Maybo said the police union will send a letter this week to the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct seeking a review of the incident.