Category: Breonna Taylor

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Sep
2020

National Guard Activated In Louisville Ahead Of Grand Jury Report On Breonna Taylor ShootingNational Guard Activated In Louisville Ahead Of Grand Jury Report On Breonna Taylor Shooting

The National Guard was activated in Louisville, Kentucky, ahead of a Wednesday grand jury report on the Breonna Taylor police shooting, numerous sources reported. Louisville police: National Guard has been activated. #BreonnaTaylor #MSNBC — Cal Perry (@CalNBC) September 23, 2020 National guard will be assisting Louisville police in aftermath of Cameron’s announcement, Schroeder confirms. No […]

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Sep
2020

‘Wear Their Names’ Jewelry Line Made Of Glass From Charleston Riot Cancelled‘Wear Their Names’ Jewelry Line Made Of Glass From Charleston Riot Cancelled

A jewelry line called “Wear Their Names” made out of glass gathered the morning after riots in Charleston, South Carolina, meant to honor black people who died during incidents involving police officers has faced criticism from the community, the Charleston Scene reported. The line was designed by Paul Chelmis and Jing Wen and includes earrings, […]

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Jul
2020

Louisville And Other Cities Considering Declaration That Racism Is A Public Health CrisisLouisville And Other Cities Considering Declaration That Racism Is A Public Health Crisis

The city council and mayor of Louisville, Kentucky held discussions on Wednesday about the possibility of declaring racism a public health crisis in the city. City officials met with Kendal Boyd, Chief Equity Officer, and T Gonzales, director of the Center for Health Equity, who jointly presented information and statistics about health, economic and social […]

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Jun
2020

Three California Police Unions Call For National Reforms To ‘Root Out’ Racist OfficersThree California Police Unions Call For National Reforms To ‘Root Out’ Racist Officers

Three California police unions have devised reforms aimed at filtering officers guilty of misconduct from the police force and are calling on leaders at the federal level to implement the measures amid national protests against police brutality and racism. The Los Angeles Police Protective League, San Jose Police Officers Association, and the San Francisco Police […]

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Jun
2020

Police Release Report From Breonna Taylor’s Death, List Injuries As ‘None’ Despite Her Reportedly Being Shot 8 TimesPolice Release Report From Breonna Taylor’s Death, List Injuries As ‘None’ Despite Her Reportedly Being Shot 8 Times

June 11, 2020 12:49 PM ET The incident report from the death of Breonna Taylor was released Wednesday by the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department (LMPD) and it is almost completely blank. The official report released by LMPD names Breonna Taylor correctly, her age, and the fact that she is black. The report also names all […]

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Jun
2020

Body Cameras Were Not Activated When David McAtee Was Shot, Louisville Police Chief FiredBody Cameras Were Not Activated When David McAtee Was Shot, Louisville Police Chief Fired

Louisville, Kentucky Mayor Greg Fischer announced Monday afternoon that Louisville Metropolitan Police Chief Steve Conrad had been fired and that body cameras were not activated when David McAtee was killed. “That lack of institutional failure will not be tolerated,” said Fischer during the announcement, according to WYMT. Conrad had already announced his resignation in May but […]

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Jun
2020

REPORT: One Man Killed After National Guard, Louisville Police Return Fire On CrowdREPORT: One Man Killed After National Guard, Louisville Police Return Fire On Crowd

June 01, 2020 11:24 AM ET A man was reportedly killed early Monday morning after police officers and the Kentucky National Guard were allegedly shot at while trying to break up protesters. His name was David McAtee, according to local WDRB reporter Lexie Ratterman. “Last night at around 12 a.m., it is our understanding that […]

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May
2020

At Least 7 People Shot In Louisville During Breonna Taylor Police Shooting ProtestsAt Least 7 People Shot In Louisville During Breonna Taylor Police Shooting Protests

At least seven people were shot Thursday night in Louisville during protests over the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor, numerous sources reported. The protests began peacefully, but as nighttime approached, they took a violent turn as tear gas and gunshots were fired and 7 people were shot downtown after 6 hours of protest, police […]

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May
2020

REPORT: Louisville Police To Change Policy After Woman Was Shot By Police In Her Home, FBI Will InvestigateREPORT: Louisville Police To Change Policy After Woman Was Shot By Police In Her Home, FBI Will Investigate

Louisville, Kentucky Mayor Greg Fischer announced Monday that police policies have changed after the death of Breonna Taylor and the FBI has announced Thursday its own investigation of the case. The mayor announced that the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) will change the search warrant policy and require all police officers to wear body cameras. […]

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