Police officers involved in Breonna Taylor case fired

Washington (AFP) – The Louisville, Kentucky police department on Tuesday fired two officers involved in the case of Breonna Taylor, the African-American woman whose death during a raid became a rallying cry of the Black Lives Matter movement. “@LMPD (will) terminate employment of officer Joshua Jaynes. He requested the search warrant that led to the tragic murder of #BreonnaTaylor,” tweeted Ben Crump, a lawyer for Taylor’s family. He also shared a termination letter to Jaynes from Louisville’s interim police chief Yvette Gentry. A lawyer for Detective Myles Cosgrove, another officer involved i…

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