September 21, 2021

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Beyonc করেছেন, in a strong letter, called for justice for Brecona Taylor – diversity

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Beyonc wrote a letter to the Kentucky Attorney General demanding justice for Breona Taylor and bringing charges against the three police officers involved in her death.

On March 13, Taylor was shot and killed in his home after police officers used a non-nose warrant. After his death and because of the Black Lives Matter protests across the country, the City Council in Louisville voted unanimously to ban non-nose warrants. Sen. Rand Paul also introduced the Justice for Brona Taylor Act to bring the law to the rest of the country.

In a strong call to charge Minneapolis officers involved in George Floyd’s death, many are urging officers to investigate or investigate Taylor’s death.

“Three months have passed – and the LMPD’s investigation has raised more questions than answers. Their incident report states that Mrs. Taylor was not injured – yet we know she was shot at least eight times. According to the BMCD, LMPD officers claimed they had declared themselves before forcing themselves into Miss Taylor’s apartment – but her boyfriend who was with her, as well as several neighbors, all said it was untrue. “

He added: “Three months have passed – and zero arrests have been made, and no officers have been fired. The LMPD investigation was transferred to your office, and yet all officers involved in the shooting are employed by the LMPD. Sergeant. Jonathan Mattingley and officers Miles Cosgrove and Brett Hankison must be held accountable for their actions. “

At the end of the letter, Beyonc বলে called for an investigation into the criminal charges against the officers, the transparency of the investigation, and the “widespread practice that resulted in the repeated deaths of unarmed black civilians.”

“Don’t let this case fall into the trap of any action after a horrific tragedy,” he wrote. “Every death of a black person at the hands of the police leads to two real tragedies: death itself, and the inaction and delay that follow. Your chance to end this pattern. Take swift and decisive action to charge officers. The next months may not look like the last three. “

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