Sep. 24, 2020

Grand jury acquit police killers of Breonner Taylor: Cities go on protests.

Black republican Kentucky attorney general, working with the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case in Louisville, Kentucky has not charged the officers involved in the case, an outcome which has led to massive street protests in many cities in the USA starting in Louisville to Washington DC, Denver Colorado, Atlanta, New York, and others, asking for justice for Taylor.
The 26-year-old was shot and killed when police got to her apartment in a narcotics investigation warrant.
Her ex-boyfriend who was in the apartment fired at the police, an action that led to police shooting and ultimately killing Breonna Tayor.
Investigative reports allerges that she was not the suspect but her boyfriend.
The city had settled her family with some millions before the final grand jury verdict.
Two police officers have been shot in Louisville, KY protests, and are receiving medical attention in hospitals.
President Trump says he is in contact with the governor and will send federal forces to engage the protesters if need be.
The mayor of Louisville declared a 72 hours curfew started at 9.00 pm on Wednesday 23rd of September 2020.
Dr. Akwo Ntuba Thompson