Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend sues Louisville police

Kenneth Walker, who was Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, filed a federal lawsuit against the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) and the officers involved in the execution of the no-knock warrant that resulted in Taylor’s death, alleging his constitutional rights were violated during the raid.CNN obtained a copy of Walker’s lawsuit and reported that his attorneys allege officers violated his Fourth Amendment rights when they executed a search warrant last March.They also allege that the warrant itself was based on fabricated assertions, that the raid was unnecessarily conducted at night, that the officers…

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Murder Charges Filed On White Boston Man For Running Over Henry Tapia While Spewing Anti-Black Racist Slurs

We already know what type of time Boston is on but damn… Hate crimes are still en vogue just in case you were wondering. According to NBC Boston, a man named Dean Kapsalis, 54, ran over and killed Henry Tapia with his truck while shouting racist slurs at him. Just to be clear, Kapsalis is a white man and Tapia is Black. Fortunately, Kapsalis was charged with murder this morning and we can only pray that he gets the harshest sentence allowed by law. Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan says that Kapsalis, “intentionally…

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Trump Supporter Fatally Shot as Demonstrators Storm Capitol Building

  One woman was fatally shot as the mayhem unfolded during the “Stop The Steal” rally on Wednesday. Video footage shows the woman on the floor, covered in a Trump flag after a single gunshot was fired. A group of demonstrators crowded around the woman and called for help while trying to figure out where she was shot. The woman was reportedly attempting to barge into the Capitol building by climbing through a small ledge next to a doorway when she was shot in the neck. The woman was transported to a…

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Prosecutors Seek 3 Month Delay in Trial of Cops Charged In George Floyd’s Death

The trial for the Minneapolis cops involved in the death of George Floyd may be facing a setback, as prosecutors are asking for a three-month delay for the trial. The trial for the cops—Derek Chauvin, Tou Thao, J. Alexander Kueng, and Thomas Lane, was supposed to start on March 8, as all of the cops were to be tried together. However, COVID-19 was cited as a reason for delay, with the prosecution filing a motion to put off the trial until June 7 so that there can be a balance…

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BREONNA TAYLOR LMPD CHIEF FIRING TWO MORE COPS For Roles in Deadly Raid

Louisville Metro PD is about to fire 2 cops involved in the Breonna Taylor raid … one of whom was responsible for getting the search warrant for the deadly raid. Detectives Joshua Jaynes and Myles Cosgrove both received pre-termination letters from LMPD’s Chief Yvette Gentry … according to their lawyers. Cosgrove was one of the officers present during the raid and did fire shots. Jaynes was not there but filed the paperwork with a judge to get a warrant. He had said that was based on information from a postal inspector that drug suspect — Breonna’s ex-boyfriend —…

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INNOCENT MAN DETAINED AT MALL POLICE APOLOGY NOT ENOUGH … We Need Real Change!!!

Jamar Mackey says the Virginia Beach Police Department’s apology for an embarrassing case of mistaken identity rings hollow … and he wants big changes at the PD. Jamar, the innocent man who was ripped from his family and handcuffed at a mall because he supposedly matched the description of an alleged credit card fraudster, tells TMZ … police chief Paul Neudigate is just saying sorry because the incident got national attention. His fiancée, Shantel Covil, says they want more than an on-camera apology … they want new rules, laws and police reform … and…

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Breonna Taylor’s Mother Tamika Palmer Pens Open Letter To Joe Biden About Holding Police Accountable Like He Promised

Breonna Taylor’s mother is not playing a single game with Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. Tamika Palmer heard Biden loud and clear when he campaigned on the promise to bring accountability to police departments nationwide when they unjustly took the lives of Black people like her daughter. According to CNN, Tamika has written an open letter to the President-elect (32 more days, y’all!) that was published as a full-page ad in the Washington Post. Tamika kept it one hundred in expressing the fact that Black America delivered Biden the White House and now it’s time…

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Tyler Perry Donates $100K to Breonna Taylor’s Boyfriend For Legal Defense

Breonna Taylor‘s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, is about to get a huge assist from one Tyler Perry as he ramps up to fight a lawsuit from one of the cops who raided his home … and by that, we mean major financial help. Sources tell TMZ that the Hollywood producer and filmmaker just donated a whopping $100,000 to Ken’s legal defense fund that was recently started on GoFundMe. The goal was $100k, but was somewhat lagging in the early going … idling at less than $10k. gofundme.com On Sunday, however, we’re told Tyler threw…

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Casey Goodson’s Family Reveals More Disturbing Details About His Egregiously Unjustified Death At The Hands Of Police

“There’s a war going on outside, no man is safe from”, were the infamous bars rapped by Mobb Deep’s now-deceased legend Prodigy. Those lyrics are from 1994 and they ring as true today as they did then. Yesterday, BOSSIP reported on the shooting death of 23-year-old Casey Goodson at the hands of an Ohio sheriff. He was thought to be a man who was said to have been waving a firearm out of his car window. This was incorrect and now he’s dead because either police don’t know how to do their jobs or…

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NFAC Leader Facing Federal Charges for Allegedly Pointing Gun at Officers (No White Privilege)

Reports surfaced noting that the FBI arrested John Fitzgerald Johnson, who is the founder of the Not F**king Around Coalition, an all-Black armed activist group based out of Atlanta. The man known as Grandmaster Jay appeared before a judge in Louisville, Kentucky, later after his arrest. The FBI says Grand Master Jay allegedly aimed his rifle at federally deputized task force officers while a rally took place in Louisville, Kentucky, this past September. The protest was reportedly related to Breonna Taylor, and task force officers claim they were blinded by…

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