Houston PD Detective Testified She Believes Watson Committed Crimes, per Report

Houston PD Detective Testified She Believes Watson Committed Crimes, per Report

Editors’ note: This story contains accounts of sexual assault. If you or someone you know is a survivor of sexual assault, contact the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 gold at https://www.rainn.org.

A Houston Police Department detective who investigated all 10 criminal cases against Deshaun Watson recently tested that she believed the browns quarterback did commit crimes, according to the pretrial deposition transcript obtained by USA Today and Yahoo Sports.

The detective, Kamesha Baker, also said under oath that she did not know why the two grand juries did not indict the former Texans star. A Harris County grand jury returned nine “no” decisions on nine criminal complaints against Watson in March. A Harris County prosecutor said that the decision concluded criminal proceedings against him in that county, and Watson was traded shortly afterward. A grand jury in Brazoria County declined to charge Watson on a 10th count on March 24.

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