Cop Charged With First Degree MURDER of 2-month-old Baby Boy, Gets Paid Leave

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JETMORE, KANSAS — Shocking reports have emerged online according to which a police officer is facing charges for not just felony child abuse, but the actual first degree murder of a 2-month-old baby boy.

Officer Kody Lee Hanson is 30-yrs-old and was with the Goodland Police Department.

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Many are asking what exactly Officer Hanson did to the baby — whether he shot or beat the infant to death — but as of now, no details have been released pertaining to how the boy was killed.

The Kansas Bureau of Investigation reported that the baby died last week inside of a Wichita hospital.


After the baby died, Officer Hanson was given paid leave.

He was then booked for first degree murder and child abuse after the baby died.

The Kansas Attorney General’s office stated that they have agreed to prosecute in the case.

It has also been revealed that the baby was Officer Hanson’s own son.

One can only imagine the pain the baby boy may have experienced as he died.

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A precious soul born into the world, completely dependent on adults to show him love and compassion, only to be abused and murdered reportedly by a person who is supposed to be a “protector.”





This article will be updated as more details become available.

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