Trisha Michael

twin sister of Kisha Michael

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Trisha Michael on KCRW

Trisha Michael’s twin sister, Kisha, was shot and killed by Inglewood Police more than a year ago. Kisha and her friend were in a car at 3 am, possibly sleeping.

A sister seeks answers after her twin is killed by Inglewood Police

Trisha Michael’s twin sister, Kisha, was shot and killed by Inglewood Police more than a year ago. Kisha and her friend were in a car at 3 am, possibly sleeping.

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