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Authorities: Man requested money to shoot Louisville police

Authorities: Man requested money to shoot Louisville police

A Louisville man is accused of seeking $30,000 to shoot officers in a live stream video. Cortez Edwards, 29, has been charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. He allegedly made the comments Wednesday on a Facebook Live video when the officers were in the street in front of his house during a disturbance. If convicted, Edwards could face up to 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine.

Doug 3 weeks

The mentally disturbed have finally found their place in society.

Andrew Montague
Andrew Montague 3 weeks

Will BLM chant this name I wonder?

Michael 3 weeks

He should have his ass in school somewhere

Trevelyn 3 weeks

Could face up to ! How stupid is this statement .If he would not think twice about shooting police .What makes you think he would not shoot a non law enforcement person ?

Joyce 3 weeks

Lock him up

Andres 3 weeks

The natural evolution of the free market.

IIZard 3 weeks

Lethal injection

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