Breonna Taylor

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
More than 10,000 people turned out for a June 3, 2020 Black youth-led protest in support of Black lives near Dolores Park in San Francisco (Photo: Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images)
Such practices by police are "completely at odds with the First Amendment and should never be allowed," said an ACLU lawyer on the case.
Kenny Stancil, staff writer
People gather at Breonna Taylor's makeshift memorial in an area activists have renamed Injustice Square Park in downtown Louisville on September 26, 2020 to protest a Kentucky grand jury's failure to charge any police officers for the March killing of Taylor. (Photo: Jason Armond/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
"The public deserves better than the word games Daniel Cameron is playing to...
Jake Johnson, staff writer
"Today's charging decision is the manifestation of what the millions of people...

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Exquisitely illustrating why peaceful, unarmed people of color are in the streets denouncing the brutal fact that peaceful, unarmed people of color are routinely shot, these white St. Louis lawyers just pulled guns on protesters simply walking past their gated, uber-gaudy, Renaissance palazzo to protest at the mayor's nearby house. Twitter was on it, dubbing them "Bunny and Clod," "the remake of Mr. and Mrs. Smith nobody wanted," and, the best, "the NIMBYonese Liberation Army."