Taylor's death prompted a national debate about the use of so-called “no knock” search warrants.
The Justice Department inquiry appears to have expanded well beyond the actions of the three police officers who fired their guns into Taylor’s home.
Similar tents have popped up around the country and in places like Brazil and England, where some people call them “cuddle curtains.”
Brett Hankison, who faces low-level charges related to Taylor’s death, has been accused of using “his uniform and badge” to target women.
The Black woman was shot by white officers in her home in Louisville, Kentucky. None of the officers involved was charged in her death.
The anonymous juror said the panel asked about additional charges but was told there wouldn’t be any “because the prosecutors didn’t feel they could make them stick.”
Louisville, Kentucky, police were told "repeatedly" that no suspicious packages had been received at her address, according to an internal police investigation.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron's comments come after a grand jury didn't charge any Louisville officers in the high-profile killing of a Black medical worker.
The officers who killed Taylor won't face murder charges. But demands for justice in Kentucky's largest city go far beyond accountability in a single police shooting.
The Democratic presidential nominee spoke about a grand jury's decision to not charge any officers in the killing of Breonna Taylor in a botched raid.