Category: Breonna Taylor

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Oct
2020

Firearms Experts’ Report Shows Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend Fired Shot That Wounded Officer, Dismissing ‘Friendly Fire’ TheoryFirearms Experts’ Report Shows Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend Fired Shot That Wounded Officer, Dismissing ‘Friendly Fire’ Theory

Firearms experts say a report from Kentucky State Police dismisses the theory that a Louisville Police Officer was hit with “friendly fire” during a raid on Breonna Taylor’s apartment, and that Taylor’s boyfriend fired the shot that wounded the officer and prompted police to return fire, numerous sources reported. The four-page report supports Kentucky Attorney […]

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Oct
2020

Officer Shot During Riot Following Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Decision Released From HospitalOfficer Shot During Riot Following Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Decision Released From Hospital

A police officer shot during riots in Louisville, Kentucky, was released from the hospital Sunday, the Associated Press reported. Louisville Metro Police Officer Robinson Desroches was shot in the abdomen September 23 during riots and protests following the grand jury decision to indict one of three officers in the Breonna Taylor case, according to the […]

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Sep
2020

Former Louisville Officer Indicted On Charges Related To Breonna Taylor Shooting Pleads Not GuiltyFormer Louisville Officer Indicted On Charges Related To Breonna Taylor Shooting Pleads Not Guilty

September 28, 2020 10:16 PM ET The only former officer to be indicted by a grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case pleaded not guilty to his charges Monday, numerous sources reported. Former Louisville Metro Police Department officer Brett Hankison was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree Sept. 23 after […]

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Sep
2020

Unfit To Print Episode 70: Debunking The Lies In The Breonna Taylor CaseUnfit To Print Episode 70: Debunking The Lies In The Breonna Taylor Case

Media stories about the Breonna Taylor case convinced people that police had shown up to the wrong apartment and executed an innocent young woman. The facts in the case tell a different story. In this week’s episode, Amber Athey explains why the police had a warrant to enter Taylor’s apartment and why they fired their […]

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Sep
2020

More Than 300 People From 29 States Arrested For Crimes Under Guise Of ‘Peaceful’ Protests, Justice Department SaysMore Than 300 People From 29 States Arrested For Crimes Under Guise Of ‘Peaceful’ Protests, Justice Department Says

More than 300 people in 29 states and Washington, D.C. have been charged for crimes ranging from damaging federal property to attempted murder “under the guise of peaceful demonstrations,” the Justice Department said in a Thursday statement. More than 40 of the 94 U.S. Attorneys’ Offices have filed charges alleging crimes including arson, burglary, and […]

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Sep
2020

EXCLUSIVE: Civil Rights Attorney Breaks Down The Breonna Taylor Decision — What Comes Next?EXCLUSIVE: Civil Rights Attorney Breaks Down The Breonna Taylor Decision — What Comes Next?

September 24, 2020 5:35 PM ET Daily Caller’s senior White House correspondent Christian Datoc sat down with civil rights activist and attorney Robert Patillo on Thursday to break down the fallout from Wednesday’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case. Patillo, who has previously spoken with Datoc about the George Floyd killing, explained how he understood […]

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Sep
2020

DC Breonna Taylor Protests Remained Largely PeacefulDC Breonna Taylor Protests Remained Largely Peaceful

WASHINGTON — Protesters walked from the Department of Justice to Black Lives Matter Plaza and through residential streets while banging on street signs, sounding police sirens through electronic megaphones and occasionally setting off small fireworks. Protests started around 6:30 p.m. Wednesday evening in response to the Kentucky attorney general’s announcement that two of three Louisville […]

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Sep
2020

‘They Did Their Duty’: Louisville Officer’s Attorney Responds To Grand Jury Report On Breonna Taylor Case‘They Did Their Duty’: Louisville Officer’s Attorney Responds To Grand Jury Report On Breonna Taylor Case

The attorney of one of the officers who was not indicted by a grand jury over the shooting of Breonna Taylor said that the decision “shows that the system worked,” numerous sources reported. Kent J. Wicker, the attorney representing Louisville Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, made the statement shortly after the Wednesday afternoon grand jury report […]

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