Louisville remembers Breonna Taylor one year later | USA TODAY 1

Louisville remembers Breonna Taylor one year later | USA TODAY

 

Hundreds of people, Attorney Ben Crump and the family of Breonna Taylor gather to commemorate the anniversary of her death and to call for justice, during a protest in Louisville, Kentucky.

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On March 13, 2020, Breonna Taylor was shot and killed in her home by police officers who broke down her door to serve a search warrant.

One year later, her death and her name continue to drive calls for change in relation to policing, systemic racism and a host of other issues impacting residents of Louisville, Kentucky, and countless other cities.

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61 comments

  1. Wow,like 3 people showed up, no democrat politicians, no leftist celebrities. (Election over, all of them exposed as frauds who really didn’t give a f ).

    1. It’s the fact that if this was a white or Asian woman they would’ve been so quick at getting to the bottom of the situation in less than six months. It took them a lot of pressure to get them to fire one police officer

    2. @Jake V. regardless even if she was dealing with drugs that means she deserves to be shot and killed? Over weed? Your jokes. On top of that:

      people entered her boyfriend’s house without knocking first, and when he called out “who is it” they didn’t announce themselves so he had every right to exercise his second amendment right

  2. I am not anti race, I am anti criminal. For some reason, people can’t separate that in this Country

    1. That’s fair, but I hope you’re not a karen who considers people use illicit substances as to be criminals

    2. @Iherdu Luvlawngdich addicts should be in rehab, never prison, petty drug amount and paraphernalia are too silly to prosecute, weed should be legal everywhere. Dealing to kids and driving under the influence are two things I will never tolerate

  3. I remember. They were selling meth and the cops had a no knock order but knocked anyway. Idiots inside knowing there were cops outside decided to pull a gun out on cops.

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    1. @charles there is so much evidence they were watching her for months and had reports of drugs sent directly to her picked up by her.

    2. @charles Do explain the body in her rental car? Ive rente3d plenty of cars but never had a body in one. rofl clowns abound

    3. @Big O O man Do you really believe that this justifies her killing? It may justify a trial with due process IF there was such evidence but since she was never charged and was not actually the target of the police action this is simply yet another example of the slurring of the black victims of police action.

    4. @charles there is so much evidence. Plus she shot at cops so that’s a no no and the media said she died in her bed she didn’t. She shot through the door from the hall way. Watch the swat body camera.

    1. @charles justice yes, but what has race got to do with it? You people are angry hateful racebaiters who literally only make racial relations worse with your encitement and hate.

    2. @charles I would teach my child to not be with trash criminal drug dealers and maybe she wouldn’t die in a shootout during a LAWFULLY EXECUTED WARRANT. haha

    3. @Jake V. The warrant was incorrect so it cannot be said to have been lawfully executed. Strange how guilt by association retrospectively justifies the killings of black people. And only black people.

    4. @9 Huginn Munnin 9 White police officers shoot, or otherwise kill, black people and remain unaccountable – it happens a lot. I think that is the thing that makes race relations worse. Accusing those who respond to that situation with demands for justice of being race baiters is a bizarre inversion of reality.

    5. @Jake V. first of all they did not have a no knock warrant yeah they entered anyway and did not announce themselves so he had every right to exercise his second amendment right.

      Second of all so being a drug dealer means you deserve to get shot and killed? Are you kidding me?

  5. BT was the money person in the whole operation, and the boyfriend admitted to firing first. At least that’s what Jack Harlow said.

    1. Yeah because people entered his house without knocking first, and when he called out who was it they didn’t announce themselves so he had every right to exercise his second amendment right

  6. It was such a tragedy, someone rents a car and they found Breonna dead body in the trunk. Is that what happened?? Lol

    1. Yeah because people entered his house without knocking first, and when he called out who was it they didn’t announce themselves so he had every right to exercise his second amendment right

    2. @John Adams?! that’s not what the police are saying. So one of them is lying. Guessing the criminal is lying. Just my hunch.

  7. Cant we remember someone actually unjustly killed by the police instead of a woman who had a dead-body in her car months before she was murder because of her penchant for drug dealing bad boys? Just a thought.

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  9. I love how they have the tough guys eyes scanning the crowd like the secret service. Biden out here sucking fingers , he’s not going to save you , me or our babies. We on our own people

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