A former Louisville cop who shot at someone the night that authorities fatally targeted YaYa’s BBQ owner David McAtee has been charged.
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Herron, who was integral to getting no-knock warrants banned in Louisville, is Kentucky’s first openly LGBTQ state representative.
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Black leaders in Louisville convened on March 11 to discuss local efforts against systemic racism before the anniversary of Taylor’s death.
None of the bullets Brett Hankison fired hit Taylor, but they nearly struck others in a neighboring apartment.
Only former Louisville detective Brett Hankison was charged in connection with the rounds that entered the home of Taylor’s neighbor.
They “took a total of thirty-two shots” at Taylor “when the provided circumstances made it unsafe to take a single shot,” the probe read.