Former Det. Joshua Jaynes was fired in January after we was "untruthful about how he obtained some information regarding the Taylor warrant."
"You can't cheat, you can't go apply for a no-knock warrant for a girl you said is not a suspect based on information that is untrue," Yvette Gentry said.
"The decision has been made and now it's time for our community to come together," Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton reportedly said after a ban on police using no-knock warrants was approved on Thursday.
"[T]he very laws that are supposed to protect us are being used to kill us," the attorney said.
Will the U.S. seize the historic moment following the conviction of Derek Chauvin for George Floyd's murder to finally tackle the the policing and criminal justice crises that have torn the country apart? Activist Shaun King outlines the steps Biden and Congress should take now.
"What this says to me is that in order to get a nominal degree of justice in this country, that a Black man has to be murdered, on air, viewed by the entire world," Johnson said in response to the guilty verdict.
This video shows an officer throwing four punches at Dee Garrett's head, breaking the man's glasses in the process.
Closing arguments in the Chauvin trial begin Monday. The NBA told its teams to be cautious in reactions to the verdict.
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly was among three officers who fired their weapons during an attempted search warrant execution that left Breonna Taylor dead.
A controversial bill being considered in the Kentucky General Assembly will not make it to the House floor this year after lawmakers failed to bring it up for vote last week, bringing the legislation to a standstill.
"This might be the first time you actually saw Breonna Taylor on video," Brooke Ariel wrote in a tweet alongside the clip of Taylor, a year after she was killed by Louisville police during a botched raid.
A video posted on Twitter showed two protesters were knocked off an LAPD cruiser's hood when the vehicle sped forward.
Rallies took place in cities across the U.S., renewing calls for justice a year after Taylor was killed by police during a botched drug raid in Louisville, Kentucky.
Taylor's death, along with George Floyd and Ahmaud Arbery's, sparked national protests and calls for police reform.
Opponents to the proposed bill have called it an attack on First Amendment rights and a bid to quell protests against police brutality and racial injustice.
She allegedly continually questioned departmental investigators looking into her department's behavior in the raid that led to Taylor's death.
The independent audit said that nearly a year after the shooting of Breonna Taylor, the Louisville Metro Pollice Department was "still very much in crisis."
The African American Policy Forum co-launched an awareness campaign using the phrase in 2014.
Just after the verdict of the Breonna Taylor shooting case was announced, 127 people were arrested in Louisville, Kentucky overnight.
Two other detectives received one-day suspensions, according to local media reports.
Floyd's death on Memorial Day after being pinned with a knee to the neck by a white Minneapolis officer shocked the nation, galvanizing Black Lives Matter protests across the U.S. and abroad.
World of Dreams Entertainment Group founder Ron DeShay is embarking on a new campaign aimed at confronting everyday incidents of racism in America.
According to Mapping Police Violence, by the end of November, there had only been 17 days in the year when officers did not kill someone.
Real Grandmaster Jay, of the Not F***ing Around Coalition, is facing a federal charge over alleged incident on September 4.
According to the lawsuit, the alleged sexual assault left the victim "physically injured, mentally horrified" and in "emotional duress."
In an exclusive interview with CBS This Morning, two jurors from the Breonna Taylor case said they were disgusted that they weren't presented with the option to indict the officers for murder.
Less than a week before the election, less than half of registered voters say they support the Black Lives Matter movement.
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly spoke publicly about Taylor's death for the first time in a video interview released Wednesday.
"Questions were asked about additional charges and the grand jury was told there would be none because the prosecutors didn't feel they could make them stick," the juror said in an anonymous statement released Tuesday.
Kenneth Walker said the only real justice would be if Breonna Taylor was sitting beside him.