Breonna Taylor Documentary Director: ‘Her Death Was A Loss To The Whole Community’ | MSNBC

Breonna Taylor Documentary Director: ‘Her Death Was A Loss To The Whole Community’ | MSNBC 1


Yoruba Richen, director of New York Times Presents’ “The Killing of Breonna Taylor,” now streaming on Hulu, and Nikole Hannah-Jones, Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of the New York Times’ 1619 Project, discuss how the fatal police raid on Taylor’s home denied her due process.» Subscribe to MSNBC:

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Breonna Taylor Documentary Director: ‘Her Death Was A Loss To The Whole Community’ | MSNBC

85 Comments on "Breonna Taylor Documentary Director: ‘Her Death Was A Loss To The Whole Community’ | MSNBC"

  1. Antonio Martinez | September 5, 2020 at 5:07 PM | Reply

    God Bless Breonna Taylor..🙏

  2. WHY am I NOT surprised Police would play DIRTY ?!!🤔🤷🤦😠

  3. I’m no political analyst, but if 6 out of 12 keynote speakers at the RNC share a name with the leader, you just might be floating into North Korea waters!

  4. they let her body lay on that floor for over 12 hours

    • @The standard narrative has holes in it exactly. Lol. Was thinking the same thing

    • @Kathleen Flacy Wow! You have a very skewed perception of current events.

    • @Lily Jade Then act like the rest of America. When you get pulled over, cooperate. If you have a warrant out for your arrest, accept the fact that you’re about to go to jail for the poor choices that you made. Do not fight the cops, do not pull weapons, and you’ll live.

      Guess what? Black people aren’t the only ones who get “the talk”

      George Floyd (criminal). I don’t wish death on anybody, but he literally resisted getting in the cop car for 20 + minutes. Watch the video. If he would’ve got in the car, he’d maybe still be alive. Although, he’d probably have died on the way to the police station due to the amount of Fentanyl in his system.

      Jacob Blake (criminal) had a warrant out for his arrest. This “so-called hero/victim” allegedly stuck his fingers inside a woman without her consent (she’s the real victim in all of this). When the cops came to arrest him for his criminal behavior, he was tazed twice, fought with the police, walked away from scene (after their guns were already drawn), was asked repeatedly not to open his car door, and he had a knife. If he would’ve cooperated, he’d still be able to walk today.

      Rayshard Brooks (criminal on parole) fell asleep WASTED in line at a Wendy’s drive-thru. The cops cordially spoke with Brooks for about 25 minutes before placing him under arrest for Drunk Driving (which would’ve put him in violation of his parole). Did Rayshard cooperate with the police? Nope, he sure didn’t. Rayshard fought both officers, stole a tazor and was gunned down when he attempted to shoot the tazor at the officer.

      There is a pattern in all three of the above examples. These men weren’t killed or injured by the police because of racism. They were killed/injured for making stupid decisions. They all committed crimes and resisted arrest.

      Yet all of this gives BLM and Antifa the right to burn down cities and riot. Wake up Lily Jade. You do not live in a racist country.

    • Roderick McKinney | September 13, 2020 at 4:04 PM | Reply

      @Ron Swanson Rand Paul is a Libertarian and my problem with them along with conservatives is that they are resist with all of their might to talk about racism in this country.
      They claim that it’s the policies of the police and not the bias of the officers implementing said policies.

    • @Roderick McKinney- do you realize that every event of a black man brutalized and/or killed happens in a jurisdiction run by democrats? The racism, if it exists, is there. Me, i truly believe that the reason for excessive force is because of the family breakdown in the US. Men, white and black are victims. Twice as many white men are brutalized and/or killed by police.

  5. For me this could have been any of our children. No matter the ethnicity. Truly disturbing and tragic.

  6. The d.a who offered that deal needs to be fired

  7. Crooked prosecutors need to be scrutinized and punished. They are a big part of the corruption along with cops. The criminal justice systems in amerikkka are state-sponsored organized crime families! Reform is the word of the day!

  8. I find it odd that the NRA and gun lovers are so quiet on Breonna’s boyfriend, who bravely sought to protect his home using a lawfully acquired gun. Shouldn’t they be up in arms about what those cowardly police did to him and Breonna? 🤔

  9. #breonnataylor

  10. drumpf prison 2021 | September 5, 2020 at 5:31 PM | Reply

    The current sub human infesting the White House has denigrated enough military servicemen to sink him! Sweet sweet hole it dug itself. Ty. Tyvm

    • Arnold Fossman | September 6, 2020 at 3:57 AM | Reply

      @Samuel L. Adams How can you wear a wig, your tinfoil hat is on too tight! You are clearly infected by the parasite that the Orange Alien is infecting people with.

      Might I point out that because the Orange Alien wasn’t born on this planet much less in the USA he really should never have been elected as President #birtherism2_0!

      And BTW, if Trump wants to suggest untested cures for crona I have this to say:

    • low life get a shower.

    • You know Nazis said that of appropriate for a democrat

    • Here’s your NON-VIOLENT, PEACEFUL protesters: Trump will WIN in NOVEMBER, thanks to all of your PEACEFUL protesters!! Thank you!!

  11. Back in 2003 the argument was made to attack Iraq because Saddam Hussein was murdering his own people, when will someone sit up and take notice that America has the highest prison population on the entire planet and that it is murdering its own citizens?

  12. Why is it so hard for them to admit they’re wrong?? Constantly lying is only causing more pain for the family, and ruining it for cops who actually play by the rules.

  13. Much love and prayers Brethren Amen God bless Humanity Amen

  14. The Law and order fantastic are nothing but DIRTY Cops with an Iron Hands .

  15. The current government covers for the police every time this happens. Trump compares a cop killing someone to choking on a golf swing.

  16. Let’s remember the name of Atatiana Jefferson, a 28 year old black woman, who was shot and killed by police who were conducting a welfare check on her residence because a neighbour was concerned her front door was opened. The officer’s body cam showed he shot her within seconds of seeing her. This is more of a tragedy. In Breonna’s case Police RETURNED gun fire and their returned fire accidentally killed Breonna. Atatiana was home alone with her 8 year old nephew.

  17. The fact that the Louisville police even thought that they could implicate Ms. Taylor on a bogus drug scheme is VERY concerning.

    • Christian Reid | September 6, 2020 at 6:38 PM | Reply

      @Rolf Xristos So you haven’t seen the police report or eye witness testimonies at all. The Ex was already in custody butnthey suspected he may have stashed drugs or money at Taylors apartment simply because he was seen there before. They didn’t find any drugs by the way. Also the cops didn’t knock, the neighbors heard a “banging” and called 911. The banging was the sound of a battering ram. The cops did not announce themselves.

    • @Christian Reid the report said that they did knock. No matter what numeighbors say..its reported.
      They had a warrant to enter to search the apartment.
      Police always announce themselves…they dont enter like burglars. They were met with gunfire..if he hadn’t used his gun she would be alive today.
      Funny…usually the left yells and screams about 2nd ammendment rights to protect yourself in your home..but I guess this situation it’s ok.only when it fits a narrative

    • Christian Reid | September 6, 2020 at 7:03 PM | Reply

      @Rolf Xristos The cops originally said they knocked in their reports, testimonies from neighbors reports don’t match. It absolutely does matter because it means the officers falsified information.
      Police do not always announce themselves, that defeats the purpose of obtaining a no knock warrant. KY Legislators have recently made no knock warrants illegal because of this incident and the current findings of the investigation. The law is named after Breonna Taylor.

    • @Christian Reid it’s not proven they falsified information.
      We’ll see what happens in court.
      Nonetheless. Am I saying that the cops did a good job no?
      But what I am saying and what most people like to say that it was “murder” or “racial”. My argument points to the fact those comments are outrageous.

      Just like the Floyd case.
      Was the cop in the wrong for what he did with his knee on his neck…ofcourse…that’s indisputable. But what is disputable is the murder charge. They over charged in that case. Should chauvin be punished…ofcourse…but a murder charge will never stand.
      That will only bring more unrest.
      Further.. there is no proof that case was racial as well.

      People are blowing things out of proportion.

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  18. Why would good cops support cops that break the law, that use excessive force, that turn off their body cams, that lie? Upholding the law doesn’t just mean when it’s convenient or when it’s just against civilians. Breonna Taylor was executed by overzealous and irresponsible cops. They broke the law and should not be protected by the badge.

  19. Community did lose .. they lost their main source of drugs 😢

  20. Nobody in this interview talked about who shot first. So who did? Clue: it wasn’t the police.

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