KANSAS CITY, MO (KTV) - Two officers with the Kansas City Police Department will be in court Monday facing assault charges stemming from an excessive force case in an arrest of a transgender woman. It was outside a beauty supply store on brush creek parkway in May of 2019 when officers restrained Breona Hill and a bystander caught the arrest on video.
Monday, September 14, 2020
Kansas City Police Start Court Case After Allegedly Too Rough Trans Arrest
What local media and activist continually refuse to mention is that the now-dead suspect in this case was allegedly shouting anti-Asian racial slurs when she was taken into custody . . . Read more: