The city of Louisville will fire one of the officers responsible for killing Black EMT Breonna Taylor, accusing him of “blindly” firing into the woman’s home while serving a no-knock warrant.
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Police confirmed they’re investigating newly surfaced sexual assault accusations against one of the officers accused in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
The FBI in Louisville, Kentucky, has opened an investigation into the police-involved shooting death of front-line worker Breonna Taylor.
Following the shooting death of 26-year-old EMT Breonna Taylor, the Louisville Metro Police Department will tighten restrictions on the use of “no-knock” warrants, along with requiring police officers to wear body cameras in more situations.
The union representing Louisville Metro Police officers lashed out at a local judge Friday for releasing from jail an inmate who allegedly shot a police officer earlier this month, calling the action “a slap in the face to everyone wearing a badge.”