Officers have been fired in the Breonna Taylor shooting. Which police department will they end up next? John Iadarola and Jayar Jackson break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.axios.com/louisville-police-firing-breonna-taylor-shooting-1db1ed04-4250-4150-bafe-7701b9f0522c.html
"The Louisville Metro Police Department on Tuesday notified two detectives connected to the police shooting of Breonna Taylor that they would be fired, the Courier-Journal reports.
Why it matters: If fired, they would be the latest officers held accountable in the shooting that set off weeks of protests in the city and inspired nationwide demonstrations.
Context: Taylor was shot dead by police on March 13 when LMPD officers conducting a narcotics investigation barged into the 26-year-old’s home in plain-clothes to serve a "no-knock" warrant.”
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