Brett Hankison has been accused of violating Breonna Taylor's civil rights during the botched raid that took her life in 2020. The post Breonna Taylor Civil Rights Case: A Timeline Of Events In The Trial appeared first on NewsOne.

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A former Louisville police officer responsible for the shooting death of Breonna Taylor has been rehired in the state of Kentucky. Myles Cosgrove, who was fired from the force in January 2021, was hired by the Carroll County Sheriff's Office. Chief Deputy Rob Miller defended the hire, saying, "We felt like he was a good candidate to help us in our county." The post Cop Who Killed Breonna Taylor Rehired In Kentucky appeared first on The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media | Hip-Hop Wired.

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Breonna Taylor gets justice after four officers were arrested and charged over her fatal shooting in 2020 and Monkeypox is now an emergency.


The charges were not for Taylor's death, but for Hankinson's decision to fire bullets through Taylor's window and sliding glass door. The bullets went through a nearby apartment where three people - a man, a pregnant woman and her 5-year-old son who lived next door - were present.


On Feb. 24, Breonna's mother, Tamika Palmer, wore a red and black letterman-style jacket that had Taylor’s face embroidered on the front and the phrase "Say Her Name" patched in bold letters on the back.

Today's "Front Page News" is highlighted by what many of you have already been seeing for most of today, which is the terrifying invasion of Ukraine by the Russian military.

Maria More has a lot to inform us on in today's "Front Page News" report, with updates on Travis Scott's Astroworld tragedy, truck driver shortages that may affect the upcoming holiday season, the cop who fatally shot Breonna Taylor campaigning to get his job back and more.


Despite defending the no-knock search warrant that led to the police killing of Breonna Taylor, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is leading a Search Warrant Task Force he said he hoped would make the state "a national model for search warrants."


Attica Scott pledges to represent all corners of Kentucky's 3rd Congressional District, prioritizing the needs of traditionally vulnerable communities.


Weeks after reportedly securing a book deal regarding his involvement in Taylor's death, Officer Jonathan Mattingly plans to retire from the Louisville Metro Police Department on June 1.