(Update) Eva Longoria Apologizes For Diminishing Black Women Voters–“I Take Full Responsibility For That Mistake”

The Desperate Housewives star caught a lot of backlash for some comments she made on MSNBC last weekend, downplaying the role of Black women in this election. “Women of color showed up in big ways,” Longoria said to Ari Melber on Sunday. “Of course, you saw in Georgia what Black women have done but Latina women were the real heroines here, beating men in turnout in every state and voting Biden-Harris at an average rate of close to 3 to 1. And that wasn’t surprising to us.” Obviously, her wording here is very questionable, downplaying…

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Officer Charged in Breonna Taylor Case Reportedly Accused of Sexual Assault

Brett Hankison, the lone officer to be charged in the Breonna Taylor case, although he was not charged in her killing, was recently accused of sexual assault, according to TMZ. Hankison is being sued by Margo Borders who claims she was assaulted in 2018 after a night at the bar he worked at. Hankison allegedly offered Borders a ride home after her night at the bar. Court documents state that Hankison invited himself into her home and got comfortable on her couch. After Borders went to her bedroom and passed…

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Officer Involved in Breonna Taylor Raid Sues Her Boyfriend for Assault, Distress

Louisville Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly has filed a civil suit against Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, claiming he experienced “severe trauma, mental anguish, and emotional distress” due to Walker’s actions during the March 13 incident. Mattingly was one of the three officers who conducted a no-knock raid at Taylor’s apartment, and once they were inside, Taylor’s boyfriend, who is a licensed gun owner, fired a shot after believing the plainclothes officers were intruders. Walker’s shot wounded Mattingly in the leg, and in his lawsuit, Mattingly calls Walker’s actions “outrageous, intolerable, and…

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BREONNA TAYLOR GRAND JURORS SPEAK, FEEL BETRAYED Over Lack of Homicide Charges

BREAKING NEWS CBS Two grand jurors in the Breonna Taylor case are speaking on camera to call out Attorney General Daniel Cameron — who they say betrayed them by never giving them a chance to consider murder or manslaughter charges against the officers. CBS News’ Gayle King spoke to the 2 male jurors — one Black and one white — who told Gayle they wanted to set the record straight about Cameron’s characterization of their thinking. The takeaway from their statements … the AG’s office did NOT present them any…

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BREONNA TAYLOR CASE Grand Juror Speaks … HOMICIDE CHARGES NOT PRESENTED TO US

An anonymous grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case has just revealed the grand jury never deliberated homicide charges against the police officers involved in the raid because the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron never presented them. Anonymous grand juror #1 released an explosive statement Tuesday after a judge granted the juror’s request to come forward and speak publicly about the court proceedings and offered the option to other grand jurors, as well. This juror said, “The grand jury was not presented any charges other than the three Wanton Endangerment charges against [ex-cop Brett] Hankison.” READ THE STATEMENTLAUNCH…

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BREONNA TAYLOR’S BOYFRIEND I’M ‘MILLION PERCENT SURE’ Cops Didn’t ID Themselves

Kenneth Walker says he and Breonna Taylor were watching a movie when they heard a loud bang at the door, and despite asking who it was they never got an answer … until the door blasted open and bullets started flying. Breonna’s boyfriend gave his firsthand account of her fatal shooting by police on “CBS This Morning,” telling Gayle King he’s “a million percent sure” cops didn’t announce themselves … and insisting he and Breonna would have opened up if they would have, because they had nothing to hide. Instead, Walker says they were scared…

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LMPD Declares State of Emergency Ahead of Breonna Taylor Decision

  In anticipation of the response to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case, the Louisville Metro Police Department has declared a state of emergency. Interim LMPD Chief of Police Robert Schroeder wrote in a memo, “To ensure we have the appropriate level of staffing to provide for public safety services and our policing functions, effective immediately the LMPD will operate under the emergency staffing and reporting guidelines as outlined in the Standard Operating Procedures, Emergency Response Plan and collective bargaining agreements until further notice.” As…

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