Information from surveillance of Breonna Taylor’s apartment raises questions about why Louisville police conducted the raid that killed her.
Louisville Police have long said they didn’t expect her boyfriend, who had a concealed carry license, to be in the house.
The DOJ has charged four current and former Louisville police officers, sources told VICE News: Brett Hankison, Joshua Jaynes, Kelly Hanna Goodlett, and Kyle Meany.
Mbeti Ndonga, 37, was brought to the U.S. as a toddler. Now she's facing deportation after undergoing gynecological surgery in ICE custody.
Lawyers fought the deportations of two women who were treated by a controversial gynecologist while in ICE custody.
Brought to the U.S. at age 3, ICE detained the 36-year-old mother and then attempted to deport her to Mexico after she had procedures with a controversial gynecologist.
“They're getting rid of us,” a woman on the verge of being deported tells VICE News.
A licensed gun owner being present increases the risk level of executing a search warrant and should have informed how the raid was carried out.
The Louisville police department has said there was no body camera footage of the raid that led to the death of Breonna Taylor.
The incident traumatized a family, led to zero charges, and is the subject of an ongoing lawsuit filed against the Louisville Metro Government.
About a dozen police officers can be seen outside moments after cops fired 20 bullets into Taylor’s apartment.
"I hope her name makes police enforcement want to tighten up and correct themselves before they make another mistake."