This 28 September 2020 video says about itself:
A Police Cover-Up? New Bodycam Video from Night of Breonna Taylor’s Killing Undermines State Account
We speak with Vice News correspondent Roberto Ferdman about new body camera footage he obtained from the police raid that killed Breonna Taylor in Louisville in March, which has raised troubling questions about the integrity of the crime scene, and the investigation that followed. “The public deserves more information to understand what we know for sure and what we don’t and why things have been presented the way they have been,” Ferdman tells Democracy Now!
A 28 June 2020 video from Kentucky in the USA used to say about itself:
Kentucky Shooting! Armed Man Showers Protesters With Bullets!
The people attacked by that gunman are protesting against police murdering local healthcare worker Breonna Taylor, shot eight times for sleeping while black.
This 27 June 2020 video from the USA says about itself:
[White supremacist] ‘Armed militia’ group rumored to counter-protest in Louisville
As rumors about an armed militia group coming to downtown Louisville continue to circulate, LMPD has made plans to close some streets.
Translated from Dutch NOS radio today:
Man shot dead in Kentucky anti-racism protest
In Louisville, Kentucky, a man opened fire on protesters last night. A man was hit and died of his injuries, a second victim was taken to hospital injured.
In the park where the attack took place, a protest was in progress following the death of Breonna Taylor in March this year. The 26-year-old black woman was killed in her home by police bullets. …
The police have not yet revealed anything about the circumstances of the shooting incident last night. It is also not clear whether the gunman was arrested or identified. …
The agents who were involved in the raid on her house in March had a so-called ‘no-knock warrant’, which allowed them to invade without notice. …
After Taylor’s death, the city council put an end to the no-knock warrants.
PROBE CASTS DOUBT ON POLICE CLAIMS OF SUSPICIOUS MAIL AT BREONNA TAYLOR’S HOME When a police officer in Louisville, Kentucky, requested a search warrant for Breonna Taylor’s apartment, he told a judge that a drug suspect had been receiving potentially suspicious packages at the woman’s home. It was a key reason provided by the Louisville Metro Police Department to convince the judge that a warrant was necessary. But, according to an internal police investigation, officers were told “repeatedly” that no packages ― “suspicious or otherwise” ― had been delivered to Taylor’s home in connection with the drug probe. [HuffPost]