Louisville’s branch of the NAACP is seeking for Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to resign, stating Cameron failed to conduct a fair investigation into the the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.
A former FBI agent and former long-time federal prosecutor said Joshua Jaynes, one of the LMPD officers indicted federally in relation to the death of Breonna Taylor, has not been given a legally fair shot even before his trial begins.
Joshua Jaynes was fired in January 2021 for violating LMPD standard operating procedures dealing with the preparation of a search warrant and untruthfulness in the search warrant issued for the apartment of Breonna Taylor.
Two neighbors of Breonna Taylor who testified against the officer who shot into their apartment are asking a judge to move their civil lawsuit out of Louisville because “fatigue” has biased the public in favor of police.
The gift is a result from distributions from a trust established through the sale of her famed portrait and will support a new law school fellowship and undergraduate scholarships in honor Taylor, the release said.
It’s been nearly two years since Breonna Taylor’s death, and Louisville's mayor said the city has made many improvements during that time. However, some community members believe more needs to be done.
Moments after former LMPD officer Brett Hankison was found not guilty of wanton endangerment charges the night Breonna Taylor was killed in a botched raid, family members and city officials commented on the conclusion of the jury trial.