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Reuters Sep 23
Kentucky attorney general expected to announce the grand jury decision on whether to charge Louisville police officers in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor. Watch live 👉
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Reuters Sep 23
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Kentucky grand jury indicts at least one police officer with 'wanton endangerment' in killing of Breonna Taylor in Louisville
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Reuters Sep 23
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A grand jury considering the March killing of Breonna Taylor, a Black medical worker, in her home in Louisville, Kentucky, voted to indict one of three white police officers for wanton endangerment
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Reuters Sep 23
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There are unlikely to be any additional charges in the Breonna Taylor case, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says. More:
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Reuters Sep 23
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Protesters face off with Louisville police after a grand jury decision in the Breonna Taylor case. Watch live 👉
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Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear responds to the grand jury decision in the case of Breonna Taylor. Watch live 👉
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WATCH LIVE: Protesters face police in Louisville after the Kentucky grand jury finds the use of force in Breonna Taylor's death justified
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Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear called on Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release all evidence in the Breonna Taylor case so that the public could better understand the outcome of the investigation
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Reuters Sep 23
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Former Detective Brett Hankison is charged with wanton endangerment in the first degree, representing the lowest level of felony crime in Kentucky, carrying a maximum of five years in prison
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The FBI says it is responding to reports of a police officer shot in Louisville, Kentucky, during protests over the Breonna Taylor case
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Demonstrations in Louisville wore on past nightfall in defiance of a 9 p.m. curfew and remained mostly peaceful until several gunshots rang out in the midst of a skirmish between protesters and heavily armed police
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Reuters Sep 23
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UPDATE: Two police officers were shot and wounded in Louisville, Kentucky, during protests ignited by a grand jury decision that civil rights activists decried as a miscarriage of justice in the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor
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Reuters Sep 23
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A police video appears to show the moment when gunshots were fired in Louisville during protests over the Breonna Taylor ruling
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Robert Schroeder, interim chief of the Louisville Metropolitan Police Department, said a suspect had been arrested after two police officers were shot during protests. The officers are in stable condition, he added
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Weary Sep 23
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"mostly peaceful" 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Devin Nunes freely used the term SUPER PREDATOR!!! Sep 23
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The no-knock raid on an innocent woman’s door was also “mostly peaceful” She died.
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Shaw Ma Sep 23
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Wasn't a cop shot ??
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Raj Sep 24
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Mostly peaceful shooting
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🔥RJN🔥 Sep 23
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When buildings are set on fire and cops are shot, its no longer a "mostly peaceful" protest...the average person sees through this shoddy reporting...
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Zaggs Sep 23
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"But they were peaceful gunshots. So were the injuries sustained by 2 police officers. Totally peaceful." -Reuters (probably)
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Ian Prchlik Sep 24
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They shouldn’t have resisted
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