19-year-old Breana Rachelle Harmon Denison ran into a church wearing only a shirt, bra and underwear. She said cops that she had been raped by two Black assailants, while a third held her down. According to Breana she had been abducted and taken into the woods by the suspects who wore ski masks. She also told authorities that the men threatened to sexually assault her again if they caught her.
When doctors performed a physical examination on Harmon, they determined she did not have injuries consistent with her claims.
After an investigation, Denison police determined that no offense had been committed and that Harmon had falsified her report to law enforcement.
That’s when A Grayson County Grand Jury indicted her for two counts of tampering with physical evidence and two counts of tampering with a government record.
Three of the charges are third degree felonies for which Harmon could face up to two to 10 years in prison along with a $10,000 fine. The fourth charge is a state jail felony, punishable by up to two years in state jail and a $10,000 fine. Harmon faces up to 32 years in prison if convicted on all counts.
Just think about it: why did she say that the rapists were black?