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Louisville Protesters Set Fire Outside Courthouse, Shoot Two Cops Following Breonna Taylor Decision

Louisville Protesters Set Fire Outside Courthouse, Shoot Two Cops Following Breonna Taylor Decision

Breonna Taylor's Estate Settles for $12M in Wrongful Death Lawsuit: ‘It’s Time to Move Forward With the Criminal Charges’

Following a grand jury’s decision to not indict any of the officers involved in the Breonna Taylor killing by Louisville Police, protesters took to the streets of Kentucky’s largest city.

Also, two police officers were shot and wounded before the courthouse was set ablaze.

The Louisville Metro Police Department put out a state of emergency order days before the decision was announced publicly.

Breonna Taylor, an EMT worker, was fatally shot when four Louisville Metro Police entered her home during a no-knock raid on her home on March 13, 2020.

Another fire just set at the Hall of Justice and police warn that it’s an unlawful assembly pic.twitter.com/ma8dEfXfqh

— Shelby Talcott (@ShelbyTalcott) September 23, 2020

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