The Fairfax County Police Department has completed its investigation and as has been typical of in house investigations theu found that their buddies have done nothing wrong in the killing of a black woman who they allege was mentally ill. Natasha McKenna died after she was restrained by six deputies employed in the with handcuffs, leg shackles and a spit mask but was still shocked four times with tasers. There have been no charges filed.
From the moment Natasha McKenna died, it has been reported that Fairfax County officials have blocked access to basic information. The video of the killing has not yet been release that more than likely will end up the digital waste bin full of police snuff films. First it was the policy outlining the use of stun guns, which Fairfax County Sheriff Stacey Kincaid initially said she would withhold. She eventually handed that over. Now that the police have concluded their investigation, even that document is secret. On April 28, the Fairfax County, Virginia, medical examiner ruled that the in-custody death of Natasha McKenna was an accident.