ANNAPOLIS, MARYLAND - JULY 05: In an aerial view from a drone, a large-scale ground mural depicting Breonna Taylor with the text 'Black Lives Matter' is seen being painted at Chambers Park on July 5, 2020 in Annapolis, Maryland. The mural was organized by Future History Now in partnership with Banneker-Douglass Museum and The Maryland Commission on African American History and Culture. The painting honors Breonna Taylor, who was shot and killed by members of the Louisville Metro Police Department in March 2020.
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New Footage Surfaces Online Moments After Cops Shot And Killed Breonna Taylor

New video footage has surfaced online moments after police shot and killed Breonna Taylor in her home. 

Taylor’s sister, Juniyah Palmer shared the video on social media and it shows more than a dozen police officers standing outside of Taylor’s apartment with their guns drawn. The video also shows, the officers yelling at Kenneth Walker, Taylor’s boyfriend, as he walks backward with his hands on his head. 

Walker was arrested and charged with attempted murder for firing a bullet at a police officer. Walker, who spent two weeks in jail and two months on house arrest stated that he thought his house was being robbed and shot in self-defense. The charges against him were eventually dropped. 

Take a look at the videos below.

Since Taylor’s death, one of the officers, Brett Hankison was fired by the department last month. It has been reported that he fired more than ten shots. Three other officers were put on administrative leave. 


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