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No Justice For Breanna Taylor

Breanna is dead because of three Louisville police officer. They executed a no knock warrant breaking Into A Black woman home.

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Black's lives mean Nothing To President Trump

In Louisville Kentucky, Breonna Taylor, a 26 year old Black woman, was shot and killed during a drug raid .Breonna was shot eight times by police officers in her home in her bed. Police Offices executed a no knock warren to the home of Taylor and her boyfriend. Taylor boyfriend, Keith Walker, had every right to protect the home he shared with Taylor from intruders. The cops said when they was inside gun fire rung out, causing them to return fire. Taylor is dead they killed a innocent woman. The family said they went to the wrong house. These cops need to be held accountable.

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Most of the people thought the grand jury would come back with a guilty verdict because of a young being shot in her bed. The three policer officers should have been charged with murder. Instead, two of the policeman's was exonerated and the third cop was charged with endangering the neighborhood.

The verdict was a disgrace to the Taylor family, giving two of the Police officers a free pass. After the verdict protesters took to the streets demanding justice for 26 year old Breonna Taylor.

When President Trump was asked about the verdict handed down about by the grand jury, Trump said he need more information's.How much more freaking information does he need? Breanna Taylor was shot in March. Months after Breonna Taylor, death Trump finally sends his regards to the family, after the Police officers was cleared of her death. Breonna Taylor, died a sensitive death by cops who broke in her home, kill her and is now walking free.





Comments

Maxine Daniels Foster (author) from Boston MA on September 26, 2020:

You are right our system is broken and need to be fix. For a few years all we have seen is the rule of law being destroyed . Nothing will change unless the people, start making changes instead of waiting for our top leader to do so. JMD

Sharlee on September 26, 2020:

Our system is badly broken. With all that has been going on for the last many years, the court systems must be more transparent. And we need law enforcement reform, and we need it now.

Maxine Daniels Foster (author) from Boston MA on September 26, 2020:

My heart goes out to the Taylor family I know what it feels like to have a child kill. I have no faith in the justice system, when three cop's was found not guilty for killing a innocent woman in her home. You are right as the public, we should see what went down in that jury room. We are not safe in our homes when cops decide to invade our privacy. Every American have a right to protect their homes. Our system is broken. JMD

Sharlee on September 25, 2020:

I think every bit of the Grand jury evidence needs to be public. It's the only way the public can see if justice was done. Too much at stake here. We need truth and complete transparency. This is so sad, I can't imagine the grief it has caused for Ms. Tayor's loved ones.

Maxine Daniels Foster (author) from Boston MA on September 24, 2020:

Breonna Taylor a 26 year- old Black woman thought she was safe in her home until her life was interrupted by 3 Louisville Cops. These officers was cleared by a grand Jury.. There was no Justice for Breonna Taylor.JMD