Following the demise of the George Floyd Justice In Policing Act, hope for meaningful reform has evaporated.
Breonna Taylor’s family has joined with demonstrators and other supporters to honor the two-year anniversary of the Black woman’s death in a botched police raid.
A Kentucky jury has cleared former police officer Brett Hankison, who fired shots during the 2020 drug raid that ended in Breonna Taylor’s death.
Brett Hankison was fired by police for shooting “blindly” during the raid on March 13, 2020.
Brett Hankison is standing trial on three counts of wanton endangerment for allegedly firing wildly into Taylor’s neighbors’ apartments in March 2020.
Breonna Taylor's mom, however, said she is backing John Yarmuth, the congressman Scott is challenging in the Democratic primary.
It's the largest crowd to gather at a U.S. sporting event since the coronavirus pandemic began.
Taylor's death prompted a national debate about the use of so-called “no knock” search warrants.
Who better to tell the inside story of the tragedy than one of its perpetrators?
The law only permits no-knock warrants if there is “clear and convincing evidence” that the crime being investigated “would qualify a person, if convicted, as a violent offender.”