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Following Breonna Taylor tragedy, Baltimore moves to eliminate no-knock warrants

Following Breonna Taylor tragedy, Baltimore moves to eliminate no-knock warrants

Following the fatal shooting of essential worker and EMT Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky on March 13th, sparking months of protests around the country, Baltimore prosecutors have instructed their police force not to authorize no-knock warrants. Officers who conducted a no-knock warrant on Breonna Taylor’s apartment did not enter the right unit, and were supposed to arrest a latino man.

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