Question to begin with?
How many times have police murdered while no video or witness was around?
Breonna Taylor, a Louisville, Kentucky
Police: Detective who sought ‘no-knock’ search warrant for Breonna Taylor’s home reassigned
Marcus Green Jun 10, 2020
The death of Breonna Taylor, a Louisville, Kentucky woman who was fatally shot by police during what her family said was a botched raid at her home, has led to the city council passing a ban on no-knock warrants.
Taylor, 26, was killed on March 13 after officers with the Louisville Metro Police Department busted through the door of her home unannounced around 12:40 a.m. to execute a search warrant for drugs, her mother said in a lawsuit.
No drugs were found in the home and the suspect at the center of the police investigation had already been taken into custody at another residence, the suit states.
A transcript of the 911 call made Monday night during George Floyd’s arrest has been released by the City of Minneapolis. According to the transcript, the caller told the dispatcher there was a “tall guy” who was “awfully drunk and he’s not in control of himself.”
Floyd, 46, died after a police officer kept his knee on his neck for several minutes while Floyd cried out that he couldn’t breathe, an incident caught on camera that has sparked nationwide protests and several nights of unrest in Minneapolis. Floyd was being taken into custody on suspicion of forgery.
The Police Are Killing One Group at a Staggering Rate, and Nobody Is Talking About It
Feb. 5, 2015
When God created mankind, He gave him something very unique.
Man received a free will, so that he could make his own choices according to his own free will.
The Fall occurred because man used his free will to listen to Satan.