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Two detectives involved in the heavily publicized shooting of Breonna Taylor have been terminated for their respective roles in the fatal incident, according to the USA Today. Detectives Myles Cosgrove and Joshua Jaynes both received their pre-termination letters one week ago. The letters, which were prepared by interim Chief Yvette Gentry, outlined the findings against…

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Renowned civil rights attorney Ben Crump is speaking out about the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department’s latest decision to fire Detective Joshua Jaynes and Detective Myles Cosgrove in connection with the untimely death of Breonna Taylor. On Wednesday, Dec. 30, 2020, Crump, along with his co-counsels Sam Aguiar and Lonita Baker, released a statement weighing in…

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The Louisville Metropolitan Police Department in Kentucky has informed two more officers of its intention to fire them for their “extreme violations” of departmental policies that led to Breonna Taylor’s unnecessary death. One of the officers, Detective Joshua Jaynes, will be fired for obtaining a search warrant under fraudulent means. The second officer, who the…

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A sculpture dedicated to the memory of Breonna Taylor was smashed in multiple places in downtown, Oakland, California, local police stated in its police report. The ceramic bust of the slain EMT worker from Louisville, Kentucky, was placed near Oakland City Hall two weeks ago, the San Jose Mercury News reports. The bust rests on…

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Missouri Congresswoman-elect Cori Bush was disheartened by the fact that some of her colleagues confused her with murdered EMT worker Breonna Taylor during orientation. Bush, a Democrat, said she was “hurt” during introductory meetings for newly elected representatives on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020, after she chose to wear a mask with the words “Breonna Taylor”…

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One of the three Louisville Metropolitan Police Department officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor in her home is now suing Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker.  Louisville Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly has filed a civil suit against Walker for causing him “severe trauma, mental anguish and emotional distress.” Walker shot Mattingly in the leg…

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Two of the grand jurors in the Breonna Taylor case have bluntly described the Louisville cops actions as “criminal” and “negligent.” None of the three officers from the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department were indicted on homicide charges, however, as Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron did not present those options to the jurors. Now that a…

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Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear is calling for more transparency in the Breonna Taylor case. On Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, according to CNN, Beshear specifically called out Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.  “The current situation raises serious concerns, as multiple grand jurors are now claiming that Attorney General Cameron has not been truthful to the public about…

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