A police officer allegedly killed a three-month-old baby and used the babys death to raised over $17,000 on a GoFundMe page#COPS #KILL
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A police officer allegedly killed a three-month-old baby and used the baby's death to raised over $17,000 on a GoFundMe page.
Cop Murdered 3-Month-Old Baby, Prosecutors Say, Then Raised $17k Online
July 20, 2019
Ewing Township, NJ — This week, 31-year-old Daniel Bannister was arrested for murdering a three-month-old baby girl — his own daughter. While this is horrifying enough, TFTP has learned that after this cop allegedly murdered his own daughter, he used her death to start a GoFundMe page and raised $17,618.
Bannister was arrested on Wednesday and charged with murdering three-month-old Hailey Rose. His wife, Catherine Bannister, 29, was also arrested and charged with second-degree endangering the welfare of a child.
According to prosecutors, Hailey was killed in December after suffering traumatic injuries, inflicted by Bannister. Mercer County Prosecutor Angelo Onofri said in a statement on Wednesday that this was an “ongoing pattern of abuse.”
An investigation was launched in December after an autopsy revealed Hailey’s cause of death was due to blunt impact trauma to her head, including multiple skull fractures and a subdural hemorrhage.
“The nature of Hailey’s injuries indicated an ongoing pattern of abuse,” Onofri said in the statement.
Eventually, Hailey’s death would be ruled a homicide and detectives from Mercer County would launch an investigation into the suspicious nature of her injuries.
Shortly after his daughter’s death in December, Bannister was suspended with pay. During this time, the family setup a GoFundMe that said Hailey had suffered a “catastrophic brain injury.” The campaign raised $17,618 for funeral expenses and medical bills.
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