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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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One of the cops that was involved in the death of Breonna Taylor, is seeking to raise money for retirement. Myles Cosgrove is seeking to raise money from the Christian crowdfunding site, GiveSendGo, according to CNN.  “Myles’ reputation has been completely dismantled and the psychological trauma is something that he will have to cope with…

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After the recent grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor’s case rocked the nation, it’s been hard for fellow Louisville, Kentucky, native Bryson Tiller to celebrate his career. When he heard the news, Tiller, who recently celebrated the fifth anniversary of his Trapsoul album, was overcome with emotion and determined to take action. The 27-year-old singer…

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. (Photo source: ag.ky.gov) Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron appears to have misled the public about the evidence compiled in the Breonna Taylor case. A ballistics report by the Kentucky State Police revealed that Cameron was not completely truthful about his claim that Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, shot Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly,…

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The man who allegedly shot two Louisville Metropolitan Police Department officers has been arrested and identified, according to WLKY and Courier-Journal in Louisville. On Thursday night, Sept. 24, 2020, WLKY reported that Larynzo Johnson, 26, has been charged with 14 counts of “wanton endangerment” on a police officer and two counts of assault on a…

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Crowds have chanted her name. Social media feeds have been flooded, demanding justice for Breonna Taylor. A call for action is demanded but has fallen on deaf ears. Taylor’s killing has sparked a national conversation about death by the police. The outcry continues, and still no arrest. Last week, her family negotiated a settlement with…

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After months of waiting and protests, this afternoon the nation learned the fate of the police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor. On Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, a Kentucky grand jury announced that only one police officer will be charged, according to Courier-Journal in Louisville. Brett Hankison was charged with three counts…

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The Louisville police officer involved in the shooting that killed Breonna Taylor in her apartment in March called protesters “thugs” and “criminals” in an email rant to more than 1,000 officers, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported. The long, disturbing and incendiary email came from police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, who is currently assigned to desk duty during…

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The Louisville Metropolitan Police Department has implemented a “state of emergency,” effective immediately, as the city prepares for the decision about whether to indict the officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor.  Police Chief Robert J. Schroeder enacted an all-hands-on-deck approach, canceling all police leaves and vacations as Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is expected…

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