Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Judith McDonald-Burkman said the city must release recordings from the four hours before 26-year-old Breonna Taylor was killed at about 12:40 a.m. on March 13 until 3 p.m. the following day when police cleared the scene, Louisville Fox affiliate WDRB reported. Two other officers involved in Taylor's death - Jonathan Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove - are still employed.
In case you missed it, everything began to unfold when JW Lucas incorrectly tweeted on Thursday afternoon that Taylor suffered karmic "consequences" because she allowed "multiple drug dealers" to use "her house as a trap spot".
In the column, Winfrey detailed a conversation she had with Ms Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer, about the grief of losing her daughter.
Raising awareness on Breonna Taylor's death is important for various of reasons.
"You will not get away with disrespecting Breonna Taylor", she said.
Oprah Winfrey's O Magazine is honoring Breonna Taylor in a historic way. Breonna Taylor appreciated every kind of music and the dances that went along. Breonna Taylor loved cars and treated her 2019 Dodge Charger like a trusted friend. "Breonna's life, mostly, and how it ended so abruptly and unnecessarily". Breonna Taylor felt meaning and objective in her work as an emergency room technician.
"Breonna Taylor had plans". Breonna Taylor had plans.
The sad truth is that Breonna Taylor could be any of us. "They all died with her the night five bullets shattered her body and her future".
Mallory said JW Lucas sent her a direct message asking if they could speak, but she rejected his overture in part because he "yelled" at her "and said that you feel you can do a better job". And your partner fired a gun to protect you. "And then mayhem", she wrote.
"What I know for sure: We can't be silent", she continues. "We have to use whatever megaphone we have to cry for justice", Winfrey added.
In an interview with "CBS This Morning", Oprah expressed her desire to protest as well, saying. "And honest to goodness Vlad if it not were for COVID, I would be marching in the streets". The issue is on stands August 11.