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Fired Louisville officer Myles Cosgrove joined the Carroll County Sheriffs as a deputy on Thursday, and he’s already on active duty.
The U.S. Justice Department found Louisville police have engaged in a pattern of violating constitutional rights and discrimination against the Black community following an investigation prompted by the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Diners claim a Republican women’s group showed footage of Breonna Taylor’s shooting at a Kentucky restaurant during an event featuring Sgt. John Mattingly.
The boyfriend of Breonna Taylor who fired a shot at police as they burst through Taylor’s door the night she was killed has settled two lawsuits against the city of Louisville, his attorneys said Monday.
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Two-and-a-half years after her killing by Louisville police, Breonna Taylor’s family divulges new details and shares what’s next in the case.
“What bothers me so incredibly, is that so many lives were lost because of this lie,” said Hannah Drake, a Louisville poet and leader.