Eighty-seven demonstrators who assembled at the home of Kentucky's attorney general to request justice for Breonna Taylor have been captured, police said.
Protesters with the social justice association Until Freedom assembled for a demonstration on the front yard of a Louisville home possessed by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron on Tuesday evening, media sources announced. Among those captured were NFL player Kenny Stills, a wide receiver for the Houston Texans, and Porsha Williams of "Real Housewives of Atlanta."
Taylor, a 26-year-old Black lady, was lethally shot when cops burst into her Louisville apartment utilizing a no-knock warrant in the early morning long periods of March 13 during a narcotics examination. The warrant to look through her house was regarding a suspect who didn't live there and no medications were found inside.
The shooting set off a long time of fights, policy changes and require the officials who shot Taylor to be criminally charged. One official has been fired, however, no charges have been recorded. Examinations concerning the shooting are proceeding.