Recordings Reveal Confusion Behind Breonna Taylor’s Death

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Recordings Reveal Confusion Behind Breonna Taylor’s Death

The victim’s relationship with the suspect took investigators from the narcotics department to Breonna Taylor, in the execution of a warrant that resulted in the death of the African American woman, shot by police officers, but it is not clear in the records when the contacts between them will have ended.

In a conversation recorded in prison, on the day of Breonna Taylor, your ex-boyfriend Jamarcus Glover said the two had not “met” for more than two months, but other evidence released suggests that they were both in a vehicle together. February.

Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old emergency medical technician and nursing student, was shot multiple times on March, after being woken up by the police outside her home, executing an approved warrant as part of an investigation in which her ex-boyfriend is suspected.

No drugs were found inside his room, but Breonna Taylor at the time of events, Kenneth Walker, fired once after the police broke down the door.

The details about the confusion that set in during the steep authorities, which resulted in the death of the 26-year-old black woman, were revealed in 15 hours of audio released on Friday.

The recordings included testimonies and interrogations presented last month to the Kentucky grand jury, which decided not to accuse any Louisville police officer of Taylor’s death.

Taylor’s name was associated with the drug trafficking investigation, in part, because the victim paid Glover and some other suspect up to $ 5,000 in bail, Darreal Forest, between 2017 and janeiro 2020, according to released police records.

The death of Breonna Taylor was one of several cases of alleged police brutality and systemic racism in the United States that fuze violent protests across the country.

Another case mediatic was the death of George Floyd, who died at the time of his arrest on 25 Mayin Minneapolis, asphyxiated by the knee of a police officer who was pressing his neck indifferent to complaints from the suspect who said he could not breathe.

The main accused of the African American death, former agent Derek Chauvin, left prison today on parole after paying a million dollar bail (about 800 thousand euros).