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Former Louisville Officer Indicted On Charges Related To Breonna Taylor Shooting Pleads Not Guilty

September 28, 2020 10:16 PM ET The only former officer to be indicted by a grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case pleaded not guilty to his charges Monday, numerous sources reported. Former Louisville Metro Police Department officer Brett Hankison was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree Sept. 23 after…

Kamala Harris exposes Democrat revolutionary motives [Video]

Four years ago, not even the most liberal, Marxist candidate would have praised leftist violence. He or she would have tried to look for the “legit” side of such action, but they would have never endorsed it. But now, we have precisely this kind of rhetoric, only thinly masked. (and not with a COVID mask…

‘We Are Going to War:’ Some Armed Protesters Gather in Louisville Days After Officers...

Louisville, Kentucky, police clashed with hundreds of protesters, some armed, participating in a “peaceful” gathering deemed unlawful by authorities, who dispersed the crowd two hours before the 9 p.m. curfew went into effect using flashbangs, several witnesses and videos revealed via Twitter on Friday night. Friday’s confrontation occurred after the Wednesday shooting to two police officers during…

Hundreds in Boston Take to Streets to Protest Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Decision

Hundreds of protesters streamed through downtown Boston on Friday night, protesting a grand jury decision on a police officer-involved shooting of Breonna Taylor earlier this year. One video posted on social media showed at least several hundred protesters marching down a street in Boston, with someone on a megaphone shouting, “Say her name!” as others…

WATCH: Louisville Cop Shot Wednesday Shows Up for Roll Call Thursday

A police officer in Louisville, KY, showed up for roll call on Thursday, less than 24 hours after being shot the previous night during an evening of protests and riots. Maj. Aubrey Gregory, a 21-year police veteran, was one of the two Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officers shot Wednesday evening in downtown Louisville during…

WATCH: Louisville Protesters Gather at Unitarian Church to Stay Out Past Curfew

A large group in Louisville, Kentucky, reportedly used a church as a “safe space” Thursday night during the ongoing Breonna Taylor protests. Courier-Journal columnist Maggie Menderski tweeted a photo of the crowd assembled outside the First Unitarian Church: I’m at First Unitarian Church on South Fourth where protesters are using as a safe space. I’ve been…

Photo: Flare Thrown into Library During Louisville Riot over Breonna Taylor

A rioter broke the glass door of a library in Louisville, Kentucky, during a riot Thursday evening and threw a flare into the stacks, according to a local reporter. Rae Hodge, a Louisville-based writer for CNET, tweeted photographs of the shattered glass door, and the flare burning inside the library: Someone broke the library door…

WATCH LIVE: Unlawful Assembly Declared as Louisville Protesters Break Windows

Protesters descended on Louisville, Kentucky, for the second night Thursday after it was announced Wednesday that no police officers would be charged directly for Breonna Taylor’s death. Just before 8:00 p.m., Brendan Gutenschwager tweeted video footage of protesters marching through the city’s downtown area: The scene out in downtown Louisville tonight #Louisville #LouisvilleProtests #BreonnaTaylor pic.twitter.com/2L3hW8u90X — Brendan…

Charles Barkley Says Events Leading Up To Breonna Taylor’s Death Matter

September 24, 2020 10:53 PM ET Protesters continue to take to the streets in Louisville, Kentucky and other major cities following Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s decision not to charge two of the officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor. However, National Basketball Association (NBA) analyst Charles Barkley said Thursday that people need to…

Candace Owens: Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron Is Being ‘Socially Lynched And Stripped Of His...

September 24, 2020 10:21 PM ET Conservative activist Candace Owens said Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is being “socially lynched and stripped of his identity” by activists upset about the fact that only one of three officers involved in the incident that led to Breonna Taylor’s death was charged. Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson began…
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