Police declare unlawful assembly after windows shattered during Breonna Taylor protests

Calls mounted Thursday for Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) to release the evidence in the Breonna Taylor case after authorities announced that the three police officers who killed her would not be charged.

A grand jury decided to indict former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison, the only one charged, for firing recklessly and endangering lives in a neighboring apartment, but not for the five shots that hit and killed Taylor, a Black emergency medical worker.

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“We ought to be able to see the evidence and see the facts that led to that conclusion,” Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) told CNN. “I trust the people of Kentucky with the truth.”

The three officers six months ago broke down Taylor’s door while executing a search warrant, then opened fire when her boyfriend fired his gun, thinking intruders were breaking in. Protests broke out in Louisville and other cities across the country after the announcement that none of the officers were being charged over Taylor’s death.

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