Louisville police officer files suit against Breonna Taylor's boyfriend
Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, one of the Louisville police officers involved in the tragic raid that left Breonna Taylor dead, has filed suit against her boyfriend.
In response to Kentucky state Rep. Attica Scott's arrest for felony rioting in Louisville, her colleague in the legislature, Democratic Rep. Lisa Willner, has proposed changing the legal definition of what a riot is.
Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal have both spoken out in defense of the police in the tragic incident that took the life of Breonna Taylor during a shootout between her boyfriend and the police.
CNN pundit Sophia Nelson called Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron an "Uncle Tom" after the investigations into Breonna Taylor's death revealed that the responding officers did in fact make their presence known.
Antifa and BLM radicals and police clashed in Louisville Wednesday evening as protestors took to the streets in anger over the lack of an indictment against officers involved in Breonna Taylor's death.
Antifa and BLM protestors could be seen unloading shields, riot gear and signs from the back of a U-Haul. Many were dressed all in black bloc as they clamored around to get the gear.
(Photo: Shelby Talcott) The findings of a grand jury inquiry into the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor by police was released today to determine if there would be criminal charges for the officers involved.