More arrests as protests continue in Louisville over Breonna Taylor…

LOUISVILLE, KY - SEPTEMBER 23: Protestors march in the street during a demonstration on September 23, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. Protesters marched in the streets in response to Attorney General Daniel Camerons handling of the Breonna Taylor case and the grand jury verdict indicting one of three officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor, who was fatally shot by Louisville Metro Police officers during a no-knock warrant at her apartment on March 13, 2020 in Louisville, Kentucky. (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images)

25 plus arrests happened overnight in Louisville. 1 car was set on fire (4th and Breckenridge St.), buildings were vandalized with graffiti, and several businesses had windows broken. Those arrested are being charged with unlawful assembly. Protestors continue to march and seek justice for Breonna Taylor after no “murder” charges were brought against any of the officers responsible for her death. Many protestors are still gathering at the First Unitarian Church to seek sanctuary after the city’s 9pm-6:30am nightly curfew. Monday September 28th, Brett Hankison, the only officer charged in the case, will make his first court appearance on 3 counts of wanton endangerment. Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker’s attorneys, are demanding to see the transcripts that were presented by Daniel Cameron to the grand jury that resulted in no murder charges, and could have swayed the current charges Brett Hankison is facing.

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