Grand Jury Hands Down Single Indictment in Taylor Case

( – For months, Black Lives Matter (BLM) has been calling for justice for Breonna Taylor. The young Louisville woman died on March 13 during a police search on her home after her boyfriend fired on officers. Now, the Kentucky attorney general has made a decision in the case, and it immediately led to protests.

On September 23, KY Attorney General Daniel Cameron told the public one of the officers in the Taylor case has been indicted. A grand jury indicted Brett Hankison on three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment. The charges aren’t because Breonna died, but because the officer put the neighbors at risk when he fired his weapon. The other officers weren’t charged.

Almost immediately, BLM protesters started fighting the police.

Videos from the frontlines of the unrest show the demonstrators organizing in a militant-esque manner.

Governor Andy Beshear (D) called in the National Guard to deal with the protests, and police reportedly started arresting people on Wednesday night. Leftist protesters, meanwhile, are vowing “no justice, no peace.”

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