Louisville police arrest 87 people protesting Breonna Taylor’s shooting

Louisville police arrest 87 people protesting Breonna Taylor’s shooting

The Louisville Police Department arrested 87 people and charged them with felony intimidation after they protested on the lawn of Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron. The protesters had demanded that charges be filed against officers who were responsible for the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor in March. Felony intimidation charges are usually filed against someone who tried to intimidate witnesses.

Skeptic
Skeptic
Kyle G
Kyle G 3 weeks

It’s not “peaceful protesting” when you are doing it on private property. The media knows this but they prop this group up to stir up hatred among the groups on both sides of the argument.

Sandra
Sandra 3 weeks

It may be debatable whether protesting on the lawn of the AG is peaceful or not, given that we have recently seen gun-toting protesters at Michigan's state capitol building be proclaimed as 'peaceful'. But what is for sure, is that this delay in investigation proceedings on the Taylor case is not helping at all.

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