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Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor’s death

Kentucky limits no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor’s death

Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear has signed into law a partial ban on no-knock warrants, a year after the police shooting of Breonna Taylor. Beshear signed Senate Bill 4 on Friday after it received bipartisan support in Kentucky’s state legislature. The vote to approve the bill was held on 30 March, and passed on a 92-5 vote. The law, though, is not the total ban many protesters had sought.

Clara
Clara
Beijing Biden
Beijing Biden 0 months

I would say definitely no more no knock warrants in street cloths. Because thugs like George Floyd do home invasion be in full police or riot gear clearly stating you are the police then I'm all for it. This is why the boyfriend will not be charged for shooting at police.

Daniel
Daniel 0 months

They knocked and they shot at the cops. Then end.

(Un)Fortunate Son
(Un)Fortunate Son 0 months

people believe and make legislation on the lies sold to them by the corporate press? Love it how the LIBERALS and the PROGRESSIVES are just shills for the wallstreet moneymen instead of truth and progress.

John W
John W 0 months

I'm not a no knock fan, but in this case they did knock.

michael
michael 0 months

So keep protesting.

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