23-Year-Old Black Woman Dies in Police Custody in Indiana

There is another disturbing case of a Black woman dying in police custody.

Twenty-three-year-old Ta’Neasha Chappell died after pleading repeatedly for help while in a Jackson County, Indiana jail. She was taken from the jail to a hospital on Friday, July 16 and later passed away. Chappell’s family will be represented by attorneys Ben Crump, Sam Aguiar and Lonita Baker, the same prosecutors who represented Breonna Taylor’s family.

Baker joins Yodit Tewolde on “Making the Case” to discuss the latest on the case.

All this and more on “Making the Case.”

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