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Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general

The John Phillips Show

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general

"Grand jurors involved in the Briana Taylor case are filing a petition to impeach Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. The accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more. Cameron's office presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's

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Former Atlanta PD Chief, Erika Shields, To Lead Louisville Department

America's First News

00:53 sec | 11 months ago

Former Atlanta PD Chief, Erika Shields, To Lead Louisville Department

"Taylor have been fired. Detective thought to have fired the fatal shot and the other who sought the search warrant that led to the deadly No knock raid. The announcement, coming months after city officials said the former Atlanta police chief would soon take over the Louisville Police Department. After months of unrest over Taylor's death. Erica Shields served in Atlanta for 25 years, including more than three years as chief, but Her tenure ended when she resigned in June after Atlanta officers fatally shot a black man named Rashard Brooks in a restaurant parking lot. Detectives. Miles Cosgrove, who shot Taylor and Joshua James, who sought the warrant for the March 13th raid were informed of their firings on Tuesday that follows the dismissal of Officer Brett. Hankerson, who was fired in September after being indicted by a grand jury on charges of endangering Taylor's neighbors by firing bullets that went through her home and into an adjacent apartments. We're behind the scenes Look at a FN go

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"ABC News. I'm Adrian Bankers on this Veterans Day President Trump at Arlington National Cemetery. President honoring those who served during war and peace, taking part in a wreath ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Philadelphia. President elect Joe Biden also paying tribute to those who serve and sacrifice. Many veterans day events have been curtailed or canceled due to Corona virus. The outbreak worsening across the US with new infections, hospitalizations and deaths on the rise in Georgia, Secretary of State Brad Raffles Burger has ordered a full audit and hand count of votes. We have all worked hard to bring fair and accurate counts to assure At the will of the voters is reflected in the final count on that every voter we have confidence in the outcome. Wherever whether their candidate won or lost. The United Kingdom is marking a grim milestone Co ve death There are now topping 50,000. This is ABC News. A former Louisville police officer charged in the Briana Taylor case is now accused of sexual assault. In a new lawsuit, a 22 year old woman behind the suit claims former officer Brett Hankerson assaulted her while leaving a bar in 2018. Hankerson was one of three officers who fired a weapon the night Briana Taylor died in March. He's charged with wanton endangerment. Some of those popular Amazon ring video doorbells are now the focus of a recall 350,000 of the ring. Doorbell devices are being pulled from store shelves because they can overheat and possibly ignite manufacturer. Amazon says The problem is with the second generation ring video models. When incorrect screws they're used for installation. The devices were sold online and in stores from June to October this year and have a blue ring on the front and either black and silver or black and bronze and color. At least 23 incidents have been reported so far. Are causing just minor property damage and minor burns. Direct Dennis ABC News Adrian BANKERS, ABC News Liberty Mutual Insurance Company presents..

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"NBC News radio. I'm Tom Roberts, a Southeast Texas police officer is dead after being shot at in apartment complex. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says Sergeant Harold Preston died this morning after coming into contact with a suspect. A second officer, who was shot is expected to live. The suspect is under arrest and hospitalized. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is deadline for working out a stimulus deal before Election Day is today, and it's unclear how close to agreement she is with the White House. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell argues Democrats are seeking to much the Democratic leaders have spent months Holding out for a long, far left wish list of non Kobe related priorities and obstructing any additional aid. Until they get the Kentucky Republicans again accusing Democrats of holding up the stimulus package. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says the ongoing Corona virus pandemic has derailed the US economy. Millions of Americans have missed the rent. Miss the mortgage applied for unemployment enforced to skip meals. American poverty is beginning to increase more dramatically. Humor, says lawmakers must go big with another stimulus package. Florida is shattering its record for in person early voting with at least 350,000 people weighing in on day one Miami Dade Supervisor of elections Christina White says she's glad voters are so enthusiastic and she reminds everyone to remember the new normal rules. When heading to the polls. You have to wear a mask in order to enter the voting locations, So do we have contingency plan to deal with the voter? If they're refusing to we do it. Not something that we want to do, but and I don't want to leave anybody to believe that it is not a requirement. A judge says A grand juror who heard the case involving the death of Briana Taylor can't speak publicly. The judge issued the ruling today and said others are being given the option to speak about the highly publicised case. Taylor died in March on a raid at her home in Louisville. Officer Brett Hankerson faces wanton endangerment charges. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. Homeland Security is hitting the brakes on travel to Mexico and Canada. The U. S borders with both countries are staying closed another month to limit the spread of Corona virus. That means only essential workers will be allowed to cross over through November. The 21st Canada's prime minister says the U. S doesn't have the virus under control. Mexico's president revealed he'll be tested today after several members of his Cabinet had been infected. Mark Mayfield, NBC NEWS radio, a wedding at a Hasidic synagogue in Brooklyn that was expected to draw up to 10,000 people, has been stopped by state order. The grandson of the grand rabbi of Congregation You'd have loved. The Satmar was to get married yesterday, however, after an investigation into the event. New York State's Health commissioner, Howard Zucker, signed an order barring the event Governor Andrew Cuomo admitted a big wedding isn't the top of his concerns, saying there is no safe way to do that. His suggestion. Have a small wedding this year next year. Have a big wedding. Invite him. He'll come Scientists are documenting the shortest interval of time ever recorded. A team of German researchers has discovered it takes 247 Zepp toe seconds for a particle of light. Across a single molecule of hydrogen. Excepto Second is a trillionth of a billionth of a second written out a Zepp. Those second is a decimal 0.20 zeros and then a one The research is part of an ongoing nationwide effort to record the shortest time span possible in order to better document atomic changes. Phil's Hewlett NBC News radio archaeologists have discovered a 2000 year old feline figure carved into a hill in southern Peru. The Geo glitch measures 121 FT Long and is part of a U. N heritage site located some 250 miles from Lima. It was found during remodeling work done to the popular tourist spot despite barely being visible previously after cleaning and cons..

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

"Belfour. W T. O P And right now we've got 60 degrees in downtown D. C. It's 9 41, now in a Kentucky judge has delayed until tomorrow. The release of secret grand jury proceedings in Briana Taylor's killing by police. The extra time is going to give prosecutors and opportunity to edit out witnesses, names and other personal information. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron now has until noon Friday to hand over 20 hours of grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case. In emotion filed Tuesday, Cameron requesting an extension to quote redact personal identifiers of any named person. And to redact both names and personal identifiers of any private citizens. Protesters and Briana Taylor's mother to make a Palmer have not stopped demanding justice after the grand jury only indicted one of three officers, former detective Brett Hankerson, in the police drug raid that led to Taylor shooting death in March that CBS News correspondent Adriana Diaz Prosecutors have charged a 36 year old man with a brazen ambush of two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies last month. The officers were shot as they sat in a squad car outside a rail station. Police say the intense manhunt for the gunman who ambushed two L. A county sheriff's deputies is over. This morning, My office filed attempted murder charges against Deante Lee Murray, But Murray was arrested two weeks ago after a Carjacking and an hours long standoff. Investigators say a handgun he tossed during that chase was a key piece of evidence. That was pretty powerful when when the gun was thrown from the car. We knew it was a 40 40 caliber. Investigators believe.

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Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case

Terry Meiners and Company

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case

"That Briana Taylor grand jury recordings will not be released today. Jefferson County Judge has granted a delay in releasing the recording at the request of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. The had asked for a one week delay in order to redact personal information information from from more more than than 20 20 hours hours of of recordings. recordings. Judge Judge and and Bailey Bailey Smith Smith has has given given the the attorney attorney general general until until Friday Friday at at noon noon to to hand hand over over the the recordings. recordings. Grand Grand jury jury proceedings proceedings are being made public as part of evidence in the criminal case against former police detective Brett Hankerson, who's charged with wanton endangerment in the raid that led to Briana Taylor's death. Kaylie Hanson News Radio 8 40 Yes,

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

"Court nominee to be quickly confirmed. Democrats are appealing directly to the voters more from W. T O P. Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller President Trump has put Americans healthcare at grave risk. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and Democrats say confirming Judge Amy Cockney bear it to the Supreme Court could lead to a ruling that would repeal the affordable care act. Democrats don't have the votes to stop the confirmation process from moving forward, so they're focusing intently on that issue, which will come up before the high court. A week after the election, President Trump has made it clear he wants Obama care thrown out. But he and Republicans are pledging to continue. One of its most popular provisions were going to protect people with preexisting conditions. 100% Senate confirmation hearings, meanwhile, begin in two weeks and bear it could be confirmed just days before the election on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T o P New 9 41. Those who organized the women's march after President Trump's inauguration are planning another rally next month before this election organizer is planning a demonstration on October 17th just days before. The Senate is expected to vote on this Supreme Court nominee. The rally was started at Freedom Plaza with a march to the Supreme Court's. The group expects an estimated 10,000 people to show up fired. Louisville, Kentucky Police officer Brett Hankerson made a virtual quartered prints today, he pleaded not guilty to a wanton endangerment charge for firing into a home next to Briana Taylor's During the March 13th raid that left Taylor dead. A grand jury brought no direct charges for tailors. Wing judge and Bailey Smith, denying Hankinson is request to keep his gun as a condition of his bond set his bond at 15,000 full cash with the conditions that he make all court appearances, whether we decided to conduct those remotely or in person. And that he not possess any firearm. Jenkinson's attorney argued his client has received a number of threats and needs his gun for protection and new details coming to light of that incidents and newly published video obtained by Vice News. It allegedly shows the moments after police that police raid that killed Taylor. One of the officers is purportedly walking the scene of the shooting a potential department violation. Newly leaked body camera footage shows the tense moment. Briana Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, was taken. Into custody after officials say he shot an officer in the leg and his girlfriend was shot dead by police Video was published by Vice News, along with this one appearing to show now indicted former detective Brett Hankerson walking into the crime scene, an apparent violation of police policy at CBS's Adriana Diaz. It's among the largest settlements in a police shooting death case in history. Prince George's County agrees to give $20 Million to the family of a 43 year old D C man who was shot and killed by a county police officer. This year. I have never seen a case this brutal their senseless neighborhood. Billy Murphy is the attorney for the family of William Green. Green died after investigators say he was shot multiple times. While cuffed in a police cruiser by Prince George's County Police Corporal Michael Owen Owen is charged with second degree murder in the case. Those who may 2nd. Yes, the number it would have been much worse if we'd gone trap County Executive Angela Alsobrooks. We believe that the actions taken that night against Mr Greene and ultimately taken against his family warrant. This settlement greens cousin Nicky Owens. This really doesn't make anything better for us. We're still Mourning the loss like Murillo. W T o P News well Fairfax County firefighters charged with assaulting a patient in an ambulance during a trip to a hospital earlier this month following an internal probe. Firefighter Andrew Crew Shank is facing misdemeanor assault and was placed on administrative leave. Crew Shank has been with the department for two years. The incident was caught on police body worn camera video two weeks ago. You can watch that video on GOP dot com At the time. The Gatien was in county police custody. In a statement, County fire chief John Butler said. In part this action goes against the values that we hold sports at 15 and 45 brought to you by your local Honda dealer. Don't settle for less than Honda at 9 45. Let's go to George Wallace. Alright. Can you know what I think? I think Patrick Holmes. He can play. Oh, yeah, Yeah. Yeah. This Justin, he can play Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs all over the Ravens right now. 27 10 just three seconds left to go and a half. That's right. 27 points on the board on the number one defense in the league right now. Mahomes, 19 and 27 260 yards, three touchdowns passing in the first half. He also has one on the ground. It's like he's just playing a video game playing video games back. That's what he's doing is like watching a video game. Lamar Jackson not too good on the Ravens side, just seven of 13 35 yards through the air 41 on the ground in the Ravens struggling, they do have a Devon Duvernay 93 yard kickoff return for a touchdown. That is the lone offense. Really. He's not even offense for the Ravens, so they're struggling at the half Now. 27 10 the chief's lead it tough news for Washington today Man United's suffering torn bicep in yesterday's loss. To the Browns. He's going to be done for the year and lots of questions about Chase Young as well and the growing see how that is going to come out of it. They'll be back on the practice field Wednesday as the get face they'll get set to face the Ravens on Sunday at FedEx Field. The bear So benching Mitch Strabinsky in favour of Nick Foles. Chicago is three. No Kyle Shanahan says Jordan Reed. It could miss 6 to 8 weeks to do a knee sprain N BA coaching news, Doc Rivers and the Clippers. Parting ways after sex. Vin Seasons, Clippers blew a 31 lead in this year's playoffs and Rivers teams then make never made it past the conference semifinals. In his seven years in L. A tie. Luke could be a favorite to replace him. The Sixers, rockets and pelicans also showing interest in the assistant coach. Stanley Cup Final Tonight. It's Tampa Bay with a to nothing lead over Dallas late second period Lightning up three games to two George Wallace, deputy sports coming up after traffic and whether a dispute about when the 2020 censuses ending 9 47 ever notice. How you can quote Clint Eastwood for just about every occasion. 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Brett Hankison pleads not guilty to charges in Breonna Taylor case

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Brett Hankison pleads not guilty to charges in Breonna Taylor case

"Up fired. Louisville, Kentucky Police officer Brett Hankerson made a virtual quartered prints today, he pleaded not guilty to a wanton endangerment charge for firing into a home next to Briana Taylor's During the March 13th raid that left Taylor dead. A grand jury brought no direct charges for tailors. Wing judge and Bailey Smith, denying Hankinson is request to keep his gun as a condition of his bond set his bond at 15,000 full cash with the conditions that he make all court appearances, whether we decided to conduct those remotely or in person. And that he not possess any firearm. Jenkinson's attorney argued his client has received a number of threats and needs his gun for

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Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case pleads not guilty

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case pleads not guilty

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the former detective charged in the Brianna Taylor case pleads not guilty former Louisville police detective Brett Hankerson pleaded not guilty Monday to three counts of wanton endangerment connected with the shooting of Brianna Taylor the charges are for firing into the home of Taylor's neighbors not for the fatal shooting of Taylor if convicted Hankerson could face up to five years in prison on each count Hankinson was the only individual indicted by a grand jury last week after the grand jury declined to charge Hank us in or to other undercover narcotics officers in Taylor shooting several nights of protests ensued in lieu of all and other cities around the country I might cross yep

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Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case pleads not guilty

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case pleads not guilty

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the former detective charged in the Brianna Taylor case pleads not guilty former Louisville police detective Brett Hankerson pleaded not guilty Monday to three counts of wanton endangerment connected with the shooting of Brianna Taylor the charges are for firing into the home of Taylor's neighbors not for the fatal shooting of Taylor if convicted Hankerson could face up to five years in prison on each count Hankinson was the only individual indicted by a grand jury last week after the grand jury declined to charge Hank us in or to other undercover narcotics officers in Taylor shooting several nights of protests ensued in lieu of all and other cities around the country I might cross yep

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Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case pleads not guilty

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Officer charged in Breonna Taylor case pleads not guilty

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Lowellville police detective pleads not guilty to charges related to the shooting of Brianna Taylor former Louisville metro police detective Brett Hankerson who was indicted last week on three counts of wanton endangerment in the Brianna Taylor case pleaded not guilty Monday Hankinson was indicted for firing shots into the home of Taylor's neighbors the grand jury declined to indict Hank is in order to other undercover narcotics officers with the fatal shooting of Taylor that triggered protests in Louisville and other cities Taylor was shot multiple times in a March thirteenth narcotics raid after her boyfriend opened fire as officers entered her home the boyfriend said he didn't know who was entering and fired in self defense hi Mike Rossio

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Former Louisville cop pleads not guilty on wanton endangerment charges

Eddie and Rocky

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Former Louisville cop pleads not guilty on wanton endangerment charges

"Louisville, Kentucky. Metro Police Officer Brett Hankerson was arraigned today. He's charged with wanton endangerment in connection with the shooting death of Briana Taylor from earlier this year. Hankerson pleading not guilty. Louisville's mayor today lifted the citywide curfew that had been in place after the grand jury announced no officers of being charged directly with Taylor's death

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And not the least of which and we're going to talk to our man for all things ready. Armbrister, 10 30, the Cincinnati Reds going to the playoffs. For the first time. Since 2013 and who would have ever thought that possible? Just a couple of weeks ago, We talked to Gideon 10 30 about that when the Reds will play who they might play. Cover it all for you. But This week. The long awaited decision of the grand jury in Louisville came out on Wednesday, no murder indictment against any of the officers involved. In the death of Briana Taylor one officer Brett Hankerson. Was indicted for three counts of wanton endangerment, and he's facing 3 to 15 years for allegedly firing. As I read it wildly through a patio into an apartment. Interestingly, though, you might not have seen this stew Matthews, the great criminal defense attorney who represented Ray Tenzing in the Sam DuBose case. Is representing that officer and I was so glad to see that. Hey, I don't like to brag, but I predicted this as a possible outcome earlier in the week on slowly show because there is no way that they could indict the two police officers who came through the door for any homicide charge. It's just not there. Talk about that, though. I think it's important to point out though, and this is finally coming out that this was not Was not a no knock warrant situation. The officers announced themselves, but no one answered the door. And when the cops entered the apartment, they saw two people not in bed, as some have reported. They saw two people standing besides each other at the end of the hall, and that, of course, was Briana Taylor and Kenneth Walker. When they went through. Mr Walker's holding a gun in his arms extended in a shooter stands and Walker fired the weapon. And hit Sergeant Mattingly in the five. Well as police are trained to do. Sergeant Mattingly in Detective Cosgrove returned the fire and tragically, and it is a tragedy. Miss Taylor was struck by six rounds one obviously round, causing the fatal wound. The grand jury found and the grand jury was absolutely right that these two officer Sergeant Mattingly and Detective Cosgrove, the two at the door Acted in self defense period end of discussion. And let me tell you something as someone who has been in the position that Kentucky attorney General Damn Er Daniel Cameron, the special prosecutor was in. I can tell you that Mr Cameron and the grand jury got it right And they got it unequivocally, right? Listen to what attorney General Cameron had to say Wednesday when he had his announcement And this is just a short clip. He spoke for about a half hour, but just listen to every word of this because he absolutely nails it. Austin, could you play that clip, please? I roll the special prosecutor in this case. Isa set aside everything. In pursuit of the truth..

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Home and not go into the full picture of what actually happened. You know, you can look at the George Floyd situation and you can say man, George Floyd had all sorts of issues. He was John drugs. but the police officer did not need to have his knee on George Floyd's neck for eight minutes forty-six seconds. And you can look at this case and say you know what Brett Hankerson did not need to fire ten shots blindly into the apartment. Those shots came after someone from in the apartment fired one shot. He is going to be charged. for firing blindly But it can't be charged with murder. and We also do need to point out they would not be at that apartment, but for these other facts and we shouldn't leave those out of the conversation just because we're afraid some people will get mad at us for putting them out. It's a more complicated story than what a lot of activists who are anti police these days and anti-racist would have you believe I I'm I'm so happy right now. I have a Thursday my showed up. So I got a buddy of mine down to Florida Brent Cochran and Brenda's listening and I know he's listening because he just texted me about something I said and I put this entire story right now off this entire story that I'm about to to relay. Is solely for him. I have an audience of one right now. Actually, it's for all of you. But I just know he's a fan of Gina Carano. She was what she was a wrestler or some such a nice. What was she but she was mixed martial artists. That's right. He would know so she's in the Mandalorian, you know, she's the the the woman female fighter in the Mandalorian. Well, she's being bullied. It's this is the dumbest story. This is the dumbest story. She is actually being harassed online by trans activists. Why because this is this is actually kind of outrageous. So she has refused to put her pronouns in her bio. She will put you know, this is a trend now with activists on the left that in your Twitter bio you put in your you put in your pronouns life he him. Or she her? Yeah, he him her. He he he is and she her hers you put those in your Twitter bio. Well, she's refused she's refused and so they were pressuring her to do it show that she stood with trans activist. So instead she put in her Twitter bio beep bop boop beep bop. Boop. They lost their minds. They want her canceled. They're out to get her. She says I don't think trans people would like all of you trying to force a woman to put something in her bio through harassment and name-calling every day for months. They've called her racist transphobic weirdo. I hope you die. I hope you lose your career. You're fat. ugly. Maybe they should be mad at the mockery. So many of you made of them. I sure would be if I were them without wiping them clean without the hate speech towards others isn't a bad idea this point. I know trans people wouldn't condone the harassment when they hear about the children women and men who have contacted me thanking me for taking a stand against these bullies because it affected their mental health to the point of near suicide at times that's happening. So I don't know beep bop boop seems light seemed light of all the hate. Wow..

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on KOMO

"Sad. Very, very man. Police detaining multiple demonstrators that now former officer Brett Hankerson charged with allegedly endangering neighbors and Brianna's apartment complex after he violated department policy opening fire without a clear aim or shot Detective Hank it's and fired his weapon 10 times, including from a outside Sliding glass door and through a bedroom window. Hankinson indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree. None of the charges are connected to Brianna's death. The grand jury finding the two other officers involved in the botched the March 13th raid. Detective Miles Cosgrove, who shot 16 times. Insurgent. John Mattingly, who shot six times were justified in firing their weapons sequence of events from March, 13th had to be pieced together through ballistics. Evidence 911 calls Police radio traffic. In interviews, Brianna's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, says he fired a warning shots from his legally owned gun because police did not announce themselves when they barged in that night, executing a search warrant. But the attorney general saying a civilian witness told investigators officers did knock and identify themselves when officers were unable to get anyone to answer or open the door to apartment for. Decision was made to breach the door. Mattingly, the only officer to enter the apartment, saw Briana and Walker. He says that the male was holding a gun. Arms extended in a shooting stance. Sergeant Mattingly saw the man's gun fire. Heard a boom. And immediately knew he was shot. That's when authorities say the officers opened fire killing Briana, Our investigation show. The grand jury agreed that Mattingly and Cosgrove Justified in the return of deadly fire. After having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker. He said his investigation did not examine how that warrant was obtained. The grand jury decision, demonstrators say, not enough many overcome with emotion hearing the news. In my heart, it.

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2 officers shot in Kentucky amid Breonna Taylor protests nationwide

AP 24 Hour News

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

2 officers shot in Kentucky amid Breonna Taylor protests nationwide

"In Louisville, Kentucky to police officer shot and wounded during protests over the decision not to charge officers in Briana Taylor's death. Chief Robert Schroeder. Shots ring out in two of our officers shot Both officers are currently undergoing treatment at University Hospital. One is in alert and stable. Both are expected to recover the AP, said Donahue on the reaction to the decision not to charge the officers in the death of Briana Taylor, the reaction on the streets in Louisville Thie. Taylor family's lawyer, Ben Crump, called the decision outrageous and offensive. She's in her Apartment. She's in the safety of her home city of Louisville brought a lawsuit against the three officers involved brought by Briana Taylor's mother. I made Donahue a grand jury returned three charges of endangerment against fired Officer Brett Hankerson. Saying he fired into a home next to Briana Tailors, and there were people inside that home.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Have some unrest will call it in. Louisville had trouble last night. For sure, people taking to the streets there was gunfire. Two officers Louisville police officers wounded. A CZ. The demonstrations took place after the announcement yesterday that there's no direct charges against the officers involved in the shooting of Briana Taylor. We did have one officer indicted for wanton endangerment for firing his weapon. It sounds like through the wall of Ah, another apartment nearby. We understand today through the Enquirer that that officer who is facing charges in that case is going to use the same attorney who handled the Ray tens in case here in Cincinnati Stew Matthews will represent police officer Brett Hankerson. And as you may recall, Matthews Represented the officer who shot Sam DuBose in the traffic stop in Clifton that prompted unrest here back in 2015. Yeah, it's a strange situation. The law on everybody's side. Attila's boyfriend who fired had the right to fire face Castle doctrine, and the cops had the right to fire back because it was they came under fire defense. It's Ah yeah, I guess you can understand. My people are frustrated that someone's dead because of the action, but Like you said you were fired at him in police officers. Anybody for that matter has the right to defend themselves. The I guess the issues may go back and there are police investigations underway in terms of you know how good was the intelligence that the guy they thought was going to be in that apartment really was there and you know procedures like that. Obviously, the no knock warrants, things is being reviewed in cities all across the country. But, yeah, I mean, the attorney general laid out his case yesterday said if you're fired at your police officer, you're someone you know as a concealed carry permit. That's You have every right to fire back you go. You go to work, and your boss says Here's what you're doing tonight. Here's the address. Go do it. That's what you do. That's what they did. Coming up Our news at 5 30. There were some protests here in the tri state about 100. People at the courthouse, showing their support for the people who were on the streets of Louisville will have their story. 15 Ministers Radio seven w W, right 5, 18 and You know, you can understand some of the frustration with some people, but those statements you're hearing from them was like somebody's gotta pay. Someone who's not guilty. We should To say that they are say that what they did was illegal when what they did was legal just because you're not happy. You know, it's a strange situation. The other thing is is constantly making something racial out of situations that there's no reason to believe their racial Again. You're a cop. You goto work. Here's what you're doing tonight. You go to this address. Knock. Say you're the police. Bring so and so and you go in. They shoot at you. You shoot back. And months later, all this was going on. I mean, from the beginning, I was kept thinking. There was some part of the story I kept missing and I get reading Mohr and more to try to find out what it is. Other than you know, a tragic situation. What it is that people are so upset about as though someone did something on purpose. And I haven't found what that is. I mean, there's a lot of myths out there and people were making something's up about exactly what the cops did. I had a car the other day that believed one or two of them that they went to the wrong address. Well, somehow they found the right person at that wrong address. So at this point, you know, I don't know what people want. You can't declare somebody guilty who didn't do anything wrong? Legally. It's almost 5 20 right now. 5 22 J ahead and he sports worth checking like the Reds. Yeah, Yeah, well, look at that. And ah Hope it's all between now and the bottom of the hour. Standby. Alexa, I need a break from work getting 700. W ell w from my heart radio clouds out there this morning, but we'll have.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Clark, The lone indicted officer was former detective Brett Hankerson, who was charged with three counts of one endangerment. Neither miles cause Grover John Mattingly were indicted. Attorney General Daniel Camera says Cosgrove fired the shot that killed Taylor, but explains why he isn't being charged with murder. Our investigation show The grand jury agreed that Mattingly and Cosgrove were justified in the return of deadly fire. After having been fired upon by Kenneth Walker. If convicted, Hankerson could get up to 15 years in prison. Ln PT also confirming one person in custody after the shooting yesterday evening. The current conditions of the two officers shot one is in alerting stable. The other officer is currently undergoing surgery and stable. Both injuries are considered non life threatening. Attorney General Daniel Cameron says he wants to make sure a tragedy like Briana Taylor never happens again in Kentucky, so he's creating a task force to investigate the process for obtaining search warrants. Cameron says the task force will consist of citizens, members of law enforcement community representatives from the judiciary, defense attorneys, an elected leaders. I'll be issuing executive order in the coming days to create this task force. I believe, conducting a top to bottom review. The search warrant process is necessary. To determine if changes are required. And established best practices. The task force will review the search warrant process an execution to see if there are any changes that need to be made. I'm Suzanne Duval. They discovered 19 numbers in Ohio 903 new cases reported yesterday. With 52 new deaths just over 119,000 Ohioans have recovered from the Corona virus. Health commissioner. A Great Testament is encouraged by a drop in the number of cases among people who are college age. A few weeks ago, 18 to 24 year olds. We're showing a positivity rate of about 18% leading all demographics. Now it's down by almost half. We still have work. I'd like to see this number get closer to the county's positivity rate, which is about 3.5%. But I'm glad to see that number come down, and we'll continue to work with this age group. Teo get things back to where we hope to see them. The county remains at level two and Testerman says no major spikes in the numbers. I'm Matt Reese News radio 700 WLW. Let's head down Wall Street. Find out how stocks did yesterday. Chuck in with a B C's dairy Aldinger stocks fell is a tumultuous month continues to turn the markets, the Dow plunged 525 points. Yes and P. 500 gave up 79 in the NASDAQ tumbled. 330 health care stocks were among the best of the day's performers Johnson and Johnson, beginning a huge final study to see if a single dose covert 19 vaccine can protect against the virus. It'll be one of the largest corona virus vaccine study so far, testing the shot and 60,000 volunteers in the U. S and a number of other countries. The pandemics force Disney to further postponed to mega movies marvels Black widow until next May and Steven Spielberg's West Side Story of fully year. The Walt Disney Company is the parent company of ABC News. Well, Americans may not know yet if the kids are going to be trick or treating this Halloween, but they're buying a lot of candy while they wait to find out The National Confectioners Association says sales are up 13% overall from this time last year. Chocolate alone up 25%, Daria Albany or ABC News. It's a cloudy start.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Speakers were in a couple of smart ears as well. F I n k O T. H D to Los Angeles Orange County Live everywhere on the car radio asked. Officers down. I'm Gina grad lie from the 24 hour news room. Two cops have been shot in Louisville, Kentucky during a protest over the Briana Taylor incident about a 30 Tonight, Our officers were called to the area of Brooklyn College on a large crowd shots fired in the area, as they were deploying to Investigate what was going on at first and Broadway shots ring out in two of our officers shot, Louisville Metro Police chief Robert Schrader says one of the officers is alert and stable. The other is in surgery. The shooter's been arrested. The city of Louisville is now under a curfew until six AM A police officer in Louisville, Kentucky, has been charged in connection with the shooting that killed Briana Taylor, but not with Taylor's death. This is a tragedy. I don't want to lose sight of that, but we do have a responsibility. Uh, to look at the facts as they are. Attorney General Daniel Cameron says Brett Hankerson did not fire the shot that killed Taylor in March. Ah grand jury did charge the former officer for wanton endangerment for shots fired that went into a neighboring apartment. Cameron says to other officers involved in the shooting were justified after having been fired upon. Kenneth Walker. Walker was Taylor's boyfriend, He admitted firing first investigators say police did not can announce themselves, Lake County health officials say Kobe 19 hospitalizations air going down, but health director Dr Barbara Rare says there's still reason to be concerned. I think we're so worried because we saw what happened in July. Where we had relatively low rates of hospitalizations, and within a matter of weeks, we were seeing 2200 people in the hospital. Health experts are encouraging more covered 19 testing, especially as more people return to work and flu season approaches. And child abuse in California, maybe going unnoticed because of the pandemic. Reports of suspected child abuse statewide have dropped by 28% from April through August compared to the same month last year. One reason could be because schools have been closed. Advocates say. Teachers are not seen students in person everyday in most parts of the state and thousands of cases of child abuse, maybe going unreported. Earlier this year, Governor Newsome set aside $42 million for programs. To reduce child abuse during the pandemic, including extra funds for families receiving government assistance and more money for overtime for social workers. Debra Mark Ko Phi News. We've gotta crash.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

"March certain 13th death of Briana Taylor. That officer faces charges that are not directly related to her death, which occurred while police served a narcotics warrant. Brett Hankerson, who has been fired, faces charges for shooting. The neighboring apartments. It's a decision that's outraged Taylor's family and protesters. Courtney Lawler, a professor at the University of Kentucky College of Law, specializes in criminal law, criminal procedure in evidence and how it intersects with race. She joined W T. O P. Sean and Hillary earlier to discuss whether the Kentucky attorney general's announcement was surprising. So honestly, probably not particularly surprising for two reasons. One of them is that the law of self defense in Kentucky basically would would support the officers acting in self defense and the circumstances in which they did. And so if prosecutor it basically comes down to cross tutorial discretion. If a prosecutor you know, wants to try and make that case to the grand jury, they may be able to do it, and they think that there's not enough evidence to do so Then. Then they will present that evidence to the grand jury and You know, in this case, Attorney General Cameron and his team determined that they didn't think that there was enough to go forward. That said there is still an open question about the search warrant and whether their problems with the search warrants that the FBI continues to investigate. What did that so that leads to my question. If the officers didn't break protocol, and they were justified is the broader problem. The system itself and its protocols. Yes, I mean, sure it is. Yes. I mean, I think if you look at what happened in this particular case, therefore, issues that get raised related to the search warrant, particularly which is you know how everything ended up happening in the first place. First is whether judges are rubber stamping what police officers and law enforcement are bringing to them in terms of search warrants. There's a question in this case, whether on the face of the Lawrence, there was enough for the judge to go ahead and go forward. So that's one question that gets raised. Another question that kids raised has to do with whether they were misrepresentations by the officer in the warrant that got submitted. You know, there is some sort of allegation the warrant that there is a drug dealer sending packages to that apartment, but subsequent US Postal inspectors have said. That their office did not give that information over to law enforcement. And in fact, when they had the previous investigations on that question, they found that there was nothing suspicious in those packages. So there's a question of the representation. Another question arises as to the no knock warrant. So in this case they had been authorized, apparently to go in as a no knock warrant. The justification for that was that there was a drug trafficking offense, if indeed that were always the basis for a no knock warrant than every drug trafficking offense would have a no knock warrant, which is a problem in and of itself. In this case, they chose not to. Go in with a no knock warrant. They decided to do what's called a knock and announce, which is to say that they were there. Attorney General Cameron said It was undisputed that they not been announced. There seems to be conflicting evidence on that point, But that's another issue systemically that gets raised that led to what happened. And finally, there's the issue of good faith. One of the things that attorney General Cameron make sure to say in his press conference after the announcement was made about the indictment was that the officers who were firing didn't have any information about the investigation. Until that day, right? They didn't seek the warrant didn't participate in the investigation. And so the reason for him giving that information is basically to provide those officers with a good base defense that they were just Going on what they knew from the warrant, So they operated in good faith and wouldn't be held responsible for what happened. Courtney Lawler and associate professor of law at the University of Kentucky A curfew goes into effect next hour at nine o'clock in Louisville, Kentucky. We have demonstrators on many American City streets tonight, including here in D. C will continue to follow all of that, after this decision by the attorney general and the grand jury in Louisville, Kentucky, involving the death of Briana Taylor. You know a kid in your community doing amazing things during these unprecedented times, nominate them in the W T o P Top Kids awards for their chance to win $500 Just visit w t o p dot com Searched top kids to learn more sponsored by Northwest Federal Credit Union We'll have more from Kentucky, where one Louisville police officer was indicted, but on lesser charges in the death of Briana Taylor, also ahead in.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The state Department of Revenue, says Coloradans wagered 128 million bucks in August That was both for online and retail bets. 38 million bet on basketball 22 on baseball 13 million on hockey. On the day that see you Boulder moved to remote instruction for the next two weeks. We're learning just how bad the cove in 19 outbreak is. In the campus community close to 1200. Students have tested positive for Corona virus. Another 100 for have probable cases of covert 1912. Staff members have tested positive and the outbreak. It's you, Boulder. Is now the largest in the state. One Louisville officer has been indicted in relation to the shooting of Briana Taylor, though no officers are charged or directly with her death. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says the officers did not before entering Briana Taylor's apartment in March. The officer, statements about their announcement are corroborated. By an independent witness, he says. Taylor was struck by six bullets fired by Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly and detective Miles cost growth who were fired upon by Taylor's boyfriend upon entry. Our investigation found that Mattingly in Cosgrove, We're justified in their use of force Officer Brett Hankerson faces three counts of first degree wanted endangerment. The attorney general says done of his bullet struck Taylor when he fired into her apartment. Right, BRO ABC News Citywide Curfew starts at nine tonight in Louisville. This's the time of year when morning commuters get a lot of sun glares they had east in Colorado and Sun glare is no joke. The Denver Police Department says Sun glare has been a contributing factor in 590 crashes over the last five years on Wall Street today, well, a tough days Dow Lost 5 25 NASDAQ was down 3 31 S and P 500 gave up 79 in sports Rockies and Giants tonight on K Away our coverage. It's seven first pitch at 7 45. Our next news updated 5 30. I'm Cathy Walker on Kaylie, NewsRadio, 8:50, A.m. and 90 for one FM lows has a brand new flooring. Showroom filled.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Protests underweight in Atlanta this hour. Essentially dueling protests over this next couple of hours. Her name has been invoked in gatherings and protests. Riots around the country for six months. Now, this afternoon. Here is what started these protests, a grand jury decision and the Briana Taylor police shooting case in Louisville, Kentucky, The above named defendant, Brett Hankerson committed the offence of wanton endangerment. In the first degree. The charges against Hankerson were for shooting into neighboring apartments not directly related to Taylor's death. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said the challenge was to put emotions aside and investigate the fax the decision before my office as the special prosecutor in this case. Is not to decide if the loss of Miss Taylor's life was a tragedy. The answer to that question is unequivocally yes, Reporter Release Preston, also in Louisville tonight. Some arrest some route. It is no outright violence, at least as far as we have been able to see from our multiple video feeds and from local media reports, But Louisville police have declared a special contingency even before the curfew goes into effect at nine o'clock, giving them the right legal right to use chemical agents on protesters if they don't disperse when ordered. 71 degrees on Peachtree Street at 6 31 WSB meteorologist Kurt Mellish has his exclusive five day forecast coming up on extra ball team traffic. Doug Turnbull. Father delays evaporating around Now, though, we still have the right lane compressed with traffic 25 years now that they can't be blaming on 85.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"One officer indicted Oh, no officers, though, charged directly with her death. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says the officers did not before entering Brianna Taylor's apartment in March. The officer statements about their announcement. Are corroborated by an independent witness, he says. Taylor was struck by six bullets fired by Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly and detective Miles cost growth who were fired upon by Taylor's boyfriend upon entry. Our investigation found that Mattingly and Cosgrove We're justified in their use of force Officer Brett Hankerson faces three counts of first degree wanted endangerment. The attorney general says none of his bullet struck Taylor when he fired into her apartment Libro ABC News CITY, Milwaukee is on pace to reach an unfortunate milestone. When it comes to homicides in a single year, the first time ever the city could no 200 homicides in a single year after two more people were shot and killed Tuesday night. This comes as MPD faces the possibility of losing 120 officers next year. Acting police Chief Michael Bronson tells me that a building and already challenging 2020 we have over 100 sworn personnel that have Either retired or resign this year, too, So I mean, those are huge challenges Previous high and homicides was 168 that number recorded back in 2016 Mike Spaulding. W. T. Of genuine decision. Wisconsin Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, sending a message to state lawmakers warning them about China's attempt to influence local governments from Pale today at the state Capitol in Madison says they're threatening American interests. You watch the CCP campaigns targeting state level officials, local interest. I've seen them at P T. A meetings have been a full swing for years, and they're increasing in intensity. This is the first time a secretary of state had been to Madison Democrats criticizing the visit, saying the capital should not be used as a campaign prop Biden campaign announcing today that Dr Jill Biden will make a stop in Wisconsin on Monday, September 28th additional details will be coming. The memorial ceremony for the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg kicked off today. Somber morning as the late Justice Ginsburg made one final trip to the Supreme Court. Members of the public like Armani rave in watched her casket carried up the steps. Emotionally. It was really wasn't really our Dr caught up with him as he stood in line for.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on WTOP

"At about 1 30 this afternoon. We hear more about it now from CBS News correspondent Eureka Duncan no matter what the decision, though businesses and restaurants are boarded up, and the mayor and police chief here Say they're ready. We're merely taking steps we feel are necessary to protect the public Interim Louisville Police Chief Robert Schroeder says he's implementing safety measures ahead of an announcement from Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. I could understand that some member of the public people would feel that way, but that is certainly not our intention. Cameron's office is expected to announce whether Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, Miles Cosgrove and former detective Brett Hankerson will face Surges in the shooting death of Briana Taylor On Tuesday, CBS News obtained a copy of an email Mattingly sent to his colleagues expressing his support for them ahead of the decision. It reads in part, regardless of the outcome. I know we did the legal, moral and ethical thing that night. It's sad how the good guys are demonized. And the criminals are canonized. I asked the police chief about Mattingly's message. That's a situation that's currently developing it simply too premature at this time to talk about CBS News also obtained the more than 1200 crime scene photos from the march 13th shooting that left Taylor dead. Police used it. No, not a warrant to raid her apartment looking for drugs and money. Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, says he assumed the police were intruders and fired one shot. Police fired back hitting Taylor. Five times. Bullets were found all over the apartment and in neighboring units. Police never found what they were looking for. As we await the news of possible state charges. Chief Schroeder says the safety measures will stay in place. I hope we hope that.

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on KCRW

"Way to unoccupied movement. Protesters meet daily at a park in downtown. There are nightly marches, car caravans and other acts of civil disobedience. Protesters blocked a bridge between Indiana and Kentucky, interrupted a ribbon cutting and set up a banquet in the streets of a gentrified neighbourhood. Louisville Metro Police have made more than 500 arrests so far. Shamika perish right with the Kentucky Alliance against Racist and Political Repression is one of the organizers who has occupied Jefferson Square Park since protests began way first immediately want to know that those officers Immediately are fired and arrested and prosecuted. Protesters have derided Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher for not firing 23 officers involved in Taylor's killing L M P D. Did terminate one officer Brett Hankerson. He has appealed that decision. Fisher says that he did all he could before turning the investigation over to the Kentucky attorney general in May. People are assuming just because all of the officers were the same scene that all the officers did, but saying thing, and obviously they all the different actions, so the actions that we could take we took them. State representative Atticus Scott's district includes Louisville's West End, where many of the city's black residents live. She herself was tear gassed In the first days of protests. Scott remains unsatisfied with city and state leadership and says it's up to residents to demand change because we have systems that were never designed for us black people. Trying to operate navigate in them, but it doesn't work. In addition to wanting the officers fired, protesters are asking for systemic change from the attorney general's office to the judge who signed off on the search warrants and police use of force policies. Movil's Metro Council has passed a law banning no knock warrants. It also requires officers to wear body cameras during search warrants, which didn't happen and Taylor's case. Protesters say those air good for steps regional with black lives matter, Louisville says this's all about fighting for their Children. She has a six year old son, who he says allows him to see the future. He sees a vision where all of the things that we chant Black lives matter whose streets our streets he sees a vision where those air, totally un controversial things. They are, in fact incontrovertible truths for him. The streets will be history. His black life will matter. The FBI in the Kentucky attorney general continue separate investigations into Taylor's death. Whatever comes out of those protesters say the fight for justice will continue..

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"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"brett hankerson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Little police department anymore. When it comes to this lawsuit. Are the officers involved? The officers involved are being named in the suit. So does that mean that during Discovery counsel could potentially tried to get access to their bank accounts, get access to their personal files to see if any corruption might have taken place prior to this incident? I suppose it's certainly possible. I do know that they the attorney for Brown Taylor family is trying to get access to a cell phone data that might shine some new light on this case. I also note that like you mentioned ultra officers are being named. One of them has since been fired from the police Department officer Brett Hankerson was terminated. I believe a couple of weeks ago at this point on, of course No, he, uh under the contract that the police department has, of course, he will still be allowed to appeal his termination. But other right now, Henderson is not a police officer with Louisville Metro police. And, Yeah, I guess when I When you hear that someone is suing the police officers involved. I guess the assumption would be that what you are trying to do as a lawyer is get access to records that would be incriminating so that you could prove this case, And I guess that's my question to you is that's what they're trying to do. Essentially right is get access to these guys is whether it's the cellphone records where that kind of proves they were making phone calls at the time that they weren't supposed to be making phone calls. About Briana Taylor. Or if it was bank records to prove that there might have been some sort of corruption, whatever it is, that's that is why you're suing the individuals and not necessarily Thus, this county, the state, the city. Yeah, I think that you know, right now they're so early in the process that they're still, you know, the locket was only filed in late April. And so it's still very early in the process. And you know the attorney for soldiers really trying to Get their hands on whatever they can. You know, this is a like you pointed out. This is a civil lawsuit. You know, these are not criminal charges being brought against these officers. This is, you know, a wrongful death and negligence. Shoot, and so, uh, you know, the attorney said. We understand they're just trying to get whatever they can get and our subpoenaing documents because it's important to remember that AA lot of documents. About this case have not been released in a public the potential any potential criminal charges that could, you know, may or may not be brought against these officers in the future. We don't know what those are. Yet because the investigation is still ongoing. State Attorney General is still reviewing those documents and so no, not only that the public and journalists not have access to those began. A tailor's family attorney also don't have access to a lot of those why they are really trying to get whatever They can get their hands on is part of the reason that they are, I guess coming forward to the public with this narrative That could potentially be true. We don't know yet, but they're coming forward to the public so that if someone has information, they might be able to get tips. They might be able to get information that they haven't Gotten from the police Department from private individuals just because you know they're making this known Absolutely. I think they're looking for anything that can be helpful to them at that point, you know, so that that doesn't include, you know, what do we know about A development in the neighborhood, You know, just really trying to gather all the information they can get. I don't You know, I people are so hungry for knowledge. When it comes to the story. They want answers. People. People feel like it's taken a very long time. Especially the attorneys and the family for Briana Taylor. I mean, you know, this is, um Something they have been grappling with long before the rest of the country really started to pay attention. Yeah, and ah, I feel like too, because so much of what we've heard from the Louisville Police department. Has been half stories are just part of what is actually out there that you feel like there's more to uncover. We has the public want to know the full story, and we're only getting part of it from the police department. So is Briana Taylor's family. So there's this this need to know. You know, we we want to know what happened. Absolutely. People want to know what happened and it's really frustrating. I think for people to look at what happened in Minneapolis with George Floyd and see OK, all of those officers have been fired. There are criminal charges brought They see it happening very quickly. Whereas Briana died in March 1 officer has been fired. There have been no criminal charges. I mean, the question I hear the most from readers and people who are following the case is why hasn't why haven't these officers Been charged. And you know the reality is that this case is still in the hands of the state attorney general who ultimately gets to make that decision and the fence they're investigating as well. But this is You know, there's so There are similarities to the George Floyd case, and that involves, you know, police killing a black American. But there's also so many differences. You know, we we all call that video of what happened to George Boyd. And you know there's not video of what happened to Rianna Taylor. You know, police officers weren't wearing body cameras and so on. Before before you know several months. The case was not really talked about. People weren't chanting her name in the street. And now that they're paying attention, you know, they certainly realized like this is not moving it quickly in other cases, and so from What we hear from activist is is that they're not going to quit protesting. You know they're not going to leave the streets and stopped speaking up until they see some kind of justice like they believe they see happening in the other case. Is there any update on any investigations with the police officers from either The federal authorities or from the state so far. No right now we're just still in the waiting phase. Like I mentioned, one of the officers has been fired. His termination letter from the interim police chief accused him of firing blindly from outside of the apartment at least 10 times. And so that is Of course, a violation of the fourth protocols to, you know, be firing his weapon when he didn't have Ah, target inside, you know, the intern Police chief said that his actions shocked his conscience. Eso. This officer has been terminated. And that decision was made based on the internal investigation filed at the police department has conducted and turned over to the attorney general and the FBI. But of course that the public has not seen yet. Okay. And with that test, I'm a let you go. Thank you so much for walking us through this and I'm sure I'll talk to you again soon because there's always new developments. Thank you so much. Coming up. We're going to get into the news after the break on 700 wlw..

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