The upcoming criminal trial for Brett Hankison, a former Louisville police detective involved in Breonna Taylor's killing - but not charged for her killing Breonna Taylor -- will be open to the press, a Kentucky judge ruled Thursday, delivering him a legal setback.
Kentucky prosecutors are slandering Breonna Taylor's reputation by trying to "posthumously frame" her in order "to clear police," lawyers charged.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron was placed in charge of the case to determine if any charges are warranted for the botched police raid that killed Breonna Taylor.
The type of "no-knock" search warrant used in the Louisville Police Department's botched raid that killed Breonna Taylor has a deadly history when they're not executed correctly.
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