Nine months after the deadly raid on Taylor's apartment, the Louisville Metro Police Department plans to fire the officer who fired the fatal shot.
The Pineda family of Kentucky say they have endured more than a year of abuse.
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.
The officer appears to shove another protester before two other officers kneel down next to the injured man.
Police used tear gas and impact munitions to disperse crowds, and over a hundred protesters were arrested.
Both officers are in stable condition and expected to recover.
The Louisville police department has said there was no body camera footage of the raid that led to the death of Breonna Taylor.
Police arrested well over 100 people, and shootings at demonstrations in Austin, Louisville, and Colorado left several people injured and one dead.
"It's not like a sit-in, where we can be arrested. It's not like a protest, where there's a beginning and an end. We control the beginning, the end, and the entire narrative."
They each face up to five years in prison.
About a dozen police officers can be seen outside moments after cops fired 20 bullets into Taylor’s apartment.