I await evidence that Breonna Taylor was selling drugs or had drugs in her residence.
- Where she was in the home has absolutely no bearing on anything especially since it is a fact that the neighbors home was also shot up. There was only one gun in the home, that of the lawful owner. Some Monday morning defense is trying to insinuate that she was "involved" in the shootout in the hall. First, one homeowner round was fired and I've never seen a shootout where a person that is "involved" just stands there without a gun of their own.
-Nothing was found on premises after the fact. The reason for the warrant was not against Taylor but rather the ex-Boyfriend. The idiots in plain clothes had old data.
-The trumped-up charges against the boyfriend for defending his home against an unknown threat have been removed. The precedent that is being set in Kentucky is they better get used to home invasions by "plain clothed" people and your action should be to let them invade because it might be LEOs. Criminals read the news too. hmm
-Rand Paul is introducing legislation in Breonna Taylor's name to end no knock-warrants. He knows
it was a sh^tstorm
Accidental, debatable, especially if it were drug dealers in the home. Entering in plain clothes,no knock, with guns shows intent to shoot it out. They were instead met by a lawful gun owner doing what every lawful gun owner would do in the same situation. Imagine the terror they had when they thought their home was being broken into.
The local residents will be paying for the department's actions. The soft-on-crime DA made the situation national by doing nothing. Whoever didn't find out the whereabouts of the ex-boyfriend before obtaining and entering is complicit.
That department is in effect defunding itself. Encouraging bad actions by the police department is not supporting the Police, it's setting them up as fall guys.