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.
A VICE News Investigation reveals the inside story of how police ended up killing David McAtee.
VICE News' 22-minute documentary, largely comprised of never-before-seen footage, provides a much more complete sense of what happened.
Interviews with Louisville SWAT members suggest alarms were raised before the raid that killed Breonna Taylor, and that many left the scene with serious concerns.
Footage and documents obtained by VICE News depict Louisville police officers apparently violating department policies and cast doubt on the integrity of the crime scene and the investigation.
Aarin Sarpee initially told investigators that he didn't hear police say who they were before ramming through Taylor's door. Two months later, he drastically changed his recollection.
That means it’s entirely possible that while Walker admitted to firing a bullet, it wasn’t necessarily the one that hit Sgt. Mattingly.
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.