11-year-old Covid killed and handcuffed by 11-year-old Covid


A 14-year-old girl from Covid died, sparking national outrage when she was held in handcuffs and police held her gun when she was only 11 years old.

Honestie Hodges from Grand Rapids, Michigan, was taken to hospital for two weeks in intensive care before finally surrendering to the virus.

Her grandmother said the teenager did not have any basic health problems.

Honestie Hodges from Covid, Grand Rapids, Michigan, died, causing outrage after being handcuffed by police at the age of 11.

The young man fell ill with stomach pains on his fourteenth birthday and was taken to a hospital where he was diagnosed with Covid.

The young man fell ill with stomach pains on his fourteenth birthday and was taken to hospital where he was diagnosed with Covid.

He made national news in December 2017 when Grand Rapids police handcuffed him and put him in the back of their patrol car.

Honestie stepped out the back door of her home to go to the store with her mother and another family member.

But they were confronted by the police, who had already pulled out the gun, saying, “Put your hand on top …”

Honestie’s mother, Whitney, began to shout, “It’s 11 years old, sir!”

He made national news in December 2017 when Grand Rapids police handcuffed him and put him in the back of their patrol car

He made national news in December 2017 when Grand Rapids police handcuffed him and put him in the back of their patrol car

But the officer replied, “don’t shout,” when he ordered Honestie to go back toward her while raising her hand.

A second officer then grabbed his arms, handcuffed him, and placed him in the car.

He kept begging, “no, no, no,” as they held the handcuffs for a few minutes before releasing them.

A 40-year-old woman was sought because of a stab.

Bodycam footage shows Honestie screaming and crying during terrifying ordeals.

Honestie Hodges listened to a Grand Grand Rapids NAACP press conference at Calder Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids, 2017

Honestie Hodges listened to a Grand Grand Rapids NAACP press conference at Calder Plaza in downtown Grand Rapids, 2017

Grand Rapids Police Department changes child treatment policy after upheaval

Grand Rapids Police Department changes child treatment policy after upheaval

The ensuing upheaval forced a change in the treatment of minors within the Grand Rapids Police Department.

An “honesty policy” was introduced, which encouraged the police to use the least restrictive methods in dealing with young people.

The officers who rebuked Honestie were not disciplined because they did not violate any regulations at the time.

After the incident, MLive told the Michigan news site, “I would have a question for Grand Rapids police: If this had happened to a white child, if his mother had yelled,‘ 11 years old ’, would he have been handcuffed and implanted in the back of a police car?

An ‘honesty policy’ has been introduced, which has encouraged the police to use the least restrictive methods of dealing with young people.

An ‘honesty policy’ has been introduced, which has encouraged the police to use the least restrictive methods of dealing with young people.

Following the tragic news of his death, a vigil was held at his home, announced by Honestie’s grandmother.

Following the tragic news of his death, a vigil was held at his home, announced by Honestie’s grandmother.

Honestie continued to be outspoken on police and racial issues, and this summer her family was in talks with the city to settle her need for treatment.

However, the teenager fell ill on his 14th birthday, November 9, and was taken to hospital with stomach aches.

There he received a positive result for the coronavirus and was sent home to quarantine.

But his condition immediately deteriorated that evening and an ambulance came to take him back to the hospital where he was placed in the intensive care unit.

Honestie, whose grandmother Alisa Niemeyer updated her friends and benefactors on a GoFundMe site, received an iron and blood transfusion, but her condition continued to deteriorate.

Honestie continued to be outspoken on police and racial issues, and this summer her family was in talks with the city to settle her treatment needs.

Honestie continued to be outspoken on police and racial issues, and this summer her family was in talks with the city to settle her need for treatment.

He was placed on a ventilator when Ms. Niemeyer asked for prayers, but Honestie died Sunday after a two-week battle with the virus.

The grandmother wrote the page that raised more than $ 30,000 for the family: “I have to tell you with an extremely heavy heart that my beautiful, cheeky, smart, loving granddaughter went home to Jesus.”

The fundraising site was created to raise donations for Whitney, who stopped working to care for Honestie and her four other children.

Ms Niemeyer told WOOD-TV: “It could be a vice president one day, or maybe a president. The world was open to him.

She added that Honestie was a “healthy” and “happy” girl and had no underlying health problems.