Portland Police Held Back Details Of Brutal Murder Because Suspect Is Trans

Police in Portland deliberately delayed releasing details surrounding the brutal murder of a cab driver on Easter Sunday because the suspect is a trans individual with a history of threatening behavior, according to a report by journalist Andy Ngo.

The driver was found by police stabbed to death on Sunday evening in the Buckman Neighborhood, with Radio City Cab confirming the victim was a long-time employee with an impeccable record.

Ngo says he investigated the case after finding it suspicious that barely any details about an apprehended suspect were provided in the press release.

It was only on Monday afternoon that the Portland Police Bureau identified the suspect as 30-year-old Moses Lopez, who was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center, charged with Murder in the Second Degree and Unlawful Use of a Weapon.

Ngo details how Lopez was booked days before for threatening a different person with a weapon, but had been released without bail.

The journalist also notes how the individual’s was previously fired from working as a certified nursing assistant for allegedly engaging in abusive and threatening behavior towards co-workers.

Ngo says Portland police are still refusing to answer when asked if Lopez is trans.

The incident comes just a fortnight after the shooting in Nashville by a trans individual, with the person’s manifesto still being withheld from public release by authorities.

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Author: HP McLovincraft

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