Jackson County and the FBI are investigating four recent cases of inmates who were physically abused by guards at the county jail. County Executive Mike Sanders (at lectern) announced the investigation on Monday.
Jackson County and the FBI are investigating four recent cases of inmates who were physically abused by guards at the county jail. County Executive Mike Sanders (at lectern) announced the investigation on Monday. KansasCity
Jackson County and the FBI are investigating four recent cases of inmates who were physically abused by guards at the county jail. County Executive Mike Sanders (at lectern) announced the investigation on Monday. KansasCity

FBI, Jackson County investigate injuries to inmates at hands of jail guards

August 24, 2015 03:16 PM

UPDATED August 24, 2015 06:43 PM

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