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Breonna Taylor's shooting was the result of a Louisville police department operation to clear out a block that was part of a major gentrification makeover, according to attorneys representing the 26-year-old's family.

Breonna Taylor's shooting was the result of a Louisville police department operation to clear out a block in western Louisville that was part of a major gentrification makeover

A large-scale mural depicting #BreonnaTaylor  is painted at Chambers Park in Annapolis, Maryland. Taylor was shot and killed by members of the Louisville Metro Police Department in March 2020. 📷: @patricksmith04 

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Louisville Metro police say a thorough review of the video from the incident shows the department's SWAT vehicle hit a car that officers felt was endangering lives.

WATCH | The Louisville Metro Police Department released video police say shows a murder suspect taking a gun from a protester at Jefferson Square Park >>

The apparent suspect in a shooting at Jefferson Square Park Saturday night in Louisville is in custody, according to the Louisville Metro Police Department.

Louisville Metro Police Department spokesman Lamont Washington said police received reports of the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Department performing life-saving measures on a shooting victim around 9 p.m.

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It’s been 104 days since the Louisville Police Department SWAT team burst into Breonna Taylor’s home and murdered her. She worked to save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic—it is time for us to honor hers by demanding justice.

sign this petition to call on the Louisville Police Department to terminate the police involved in the killing of #BreonnaTaylor  and for a special prosecutor to be appointed to bring forward charges against the officers. the petition is currently at 71%

The Louisville Metro Police Department announced that it has fired one of the officers involved in the March shooting death of 26-year-old emergency medical worker Breonna Taylor.

JUST IN: Louisville's police department is firing one of the three officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor, who was killed on March 13 when police were executing a no-knock warrant at her apartment.

"Your silence is complicity." Breonna Taylor's family calls for immediate action from the Louisville Police Department and the city's mayor

BREAKING: One of the officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s death has been fired from the Louisville Metro Police Department

"Your silence is complicity." Breonna Taylor's family calls for immediate action from the Louisville Police Department and the city's mayor

Louisville, Kentucky, will hire an outside consultant to review its police department after Breonna Taylor was shot and killed by police in her home in March and David McAtee was killed at a protest where officers and National Guard members opened fire

Louisville officials have now asked the US Justice Dept. and the FBI to review the police department's internal investigation of the killing of Breonna Taylor.

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