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Breonna Taylor ruling: Louisville braces for another night of unrest

Breonna Taylor ruling: Louisville braces for another night of unrest

The city of Louisville braced for a second night of unrest after two police personnel were shot and consequently wounded as demonstrators protested against a grand jury’s decision to not bring homicide charges against any of the officers who were involved in the deadly shooting of Breonna Taylor. Robert Schroeder, the Police Chief said he expects protests to go on through the weekend.

Sandra
Sandra
Dust Phoxner
Dust Phoxner 0 months

Once again another r@cist who doesn't want true Justice just lynch mob vengance. We have due process and it found the officer to not be guilty of any wrong doing in the death of taylor. Anyone mad about taylors descion is a racist who wants to see all white men be found guilty for touching the slightest hair on a blck person regardless if it was justified.

Jim
Jim 0 months

If people had to actually know the law before they spoke about it we would be better off. None of these people talking even know the facts of any of these cases. Taylor lies : she was in bed when police just killed her for no reason. She was in the hall standing next to the man who was shooting at cops. Police were at the wrong house : they were at the correct house as was listed in the search warrant, which even had Taylor’s name on it. Police used a no knock warrant and barfed in : Police announced per witnesses and entered only after they didn’t get a response . Police knew the target wasn’t there : Police weren’t looking for a target they were looking for drugs in a place that the target frequented Police lied in the search warrant application : Police have photos and surveillance film that supports every allegation Taylor wasn’t involved in drugs : according to jail phone calls from the ex boyfriend Taylor was handling the money from the drug sales. If true she was a criminal

Noah PaulOG
Noah PaulOG 0 months

Another masterwork of journalism from Vox /s. Make the stroy about his ties to Trump and McConnell, not about refuting his claims. Provide a descenting opinion from Dewey Clayton, but not mention his history of supporting BLM. Claim the decision was partisan and then claim he isn't partisan enough to "know what he stands for". This AG broke the glass ceiling for Black politicians in Kentucky, but that doesn't matter because he's Republican.

SomeGuyWhoDoesThings
SomeGuyWhoDoesThings 0 months

I found some universal leftist logic: “You’re not allowed to shot back in defense of your life.”

atlas shrugged
atlas shrugged 0 months

What could it be that the jury knew to not indict?! If only they had let the celebrities and late night hosts testify and explain things, then we'd see some "justice."

John W
John W 0 months

If only black leaders valued thousands of black lives in places like Chicago.

Eric
Eric 0 months

I think some people purposefully hide themselves for critical understanding. Guess it was about drywall......

Something Witty
Something Witty 0 months

Here’s the definition of terrorism as defined by the FBI https://www.fbi.gov/stats-services/publications/terrorism-2002-2005

Jim
Jim 0 months

Non of these idiots have a clue. They live in gated security filled communities where search warrants are never done. The cops were shot at and then shot back, you don’t have time to take a survey when you are being shot you shoot at the people or persons who are shooting at you !

The Oracle8191
The Oracle8191 0 months

Viva Frei, Robert Barnes, Uncivil Law and Nate the Lawyer explain the case fantastically: https://youtu.be/pZDuS35ePcs

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