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:

KCPD officers head to court in excessive force case involving arrest of transgender woman

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.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

if only the Chiefs linebackers could hit as hard.

Anonymous said...

That ain't no way to treat a fake lady!

Anonymous said...

It sure ended the verbal assault from the trans.

Anonymous said...

The police (and government employees) have qualified immunity as ruled by the courts. This bad judicial decision could be fixed by legislation but I would guess there is no appetite from either party to fix it. Republicans don't want to hamper the cops and Democrats are afraid lawsuits would cost cities money. Money that can be better spent on developers.

Clayton Bigsby said...

guess he left his balls on his purse

Anonymous said...

They will be acquitted. They were following established procedures. Plus the what ever it is on the ground was not killed. Someone else did that. Be an idiot get rough treatment but nothing wrong was done.

Anonymous said...

No such thing as a Trans woman.

This was a nutjob pretending to be a woman.

The Ayatollah said...

This “victim” is a guy who started acting crazy with someone else and got their black ass killed. Good Riddance to bad another fake trial and sham has to happen. Waste of everyone’s time . Support Law Enforcement !!