Kenneth Walker

Kenneth Walker III contends his constitutional rights were violated when officers carried out a lethal raid of Taylor's apartment while searching for drugs not found.
Kenneth Walker "was framed and charged to cover up Breonna’s killing," defense lawyer Steve Romines said. "This is but a first step.”
Kenneth Walker told CBS's Gayle King that he found out his girlfriend died in the police shooting when he watched the news while he was wrongly detained.
A newly-reported ballistics record is undermining the claim that the officers who shot and killed Breonna Taylor were acting in self defense.
The firefighter received a racist, threatening note days before the attack.
A suspect has been charged in the attack last week inside a Phoenix church rectory that left one Catholic priest dead and