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It's official: no officers have been directly charged with Breonna Taylor's death.
One of the officers was charged with recklessly endangering her Taylor's neighbors.
But none of the officers were charged with her death.
Now… BLM protests are beginning to swell in Louisville.
And it gets worse than that…
Videos and reports on social media incidate that Antifa has arrived in Louisville.
One video shows a U-haul truck filled with riot shields, signs, hammers, and other equipment being unloaded in the city.
NBC is livestreaming growing protests in Louisville.
Crowds of hundreds of people are already growing in the streets.
So far, the demonstrations have appeared to be peaceful.
But fears are growing ever since Antifa arrived in the city.
The livestream can be viewed below:
Louisville is not taking any risks.
A curfew has been set.
The National Guard has also been called into the city.
The Courier Journal confirms:
Downtown streets are still closed and the city remains on the edge Wednesday after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced just one of the three police officers at the center of the Breonna Taylor case will face charges.
Brett Hankison was indicted Wednesday on three counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, as a grand jury determined he place the lives of Taylor's neighbors at risk when he fired through a window into her apartment the night she was killed.
Myles Cosgrove and Jonathan Mattingly, the other two officers who fired their weapons that night, will not be charged.
Protesters took to the streets in the aftermath of Cameron's announcement.
Louisville was placed under a state of emergency Tuesday as city officials closed down a more than 25-block perimeter to traffic. Most city administrative buildings and other businesses were boarded up in anticipation of the decision. Protests in Louisville related to Taylor's death in March have been taking place for more than 100 consecutive days.
After weeks and months of violent protests in blue states, it's great to see a red state taking control of the situation!
Good thing the state is taking action NOW... before things get out of hand.
BLM activists are upset that the police officers weren't charged for Breonna Taylor's death.
Only 1 officer was indicted for endangering the neighbors.
The Associated Press confirms:
A Kentucky grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor during a drug raid gone wrong, with prosecutors saying Wednesday two officers who fired their weapons at the Black woman were justified in using force to protect themselves.
The grand jury instead charged fired Officer Brett Hankison with three counts of wanton endangerment for firing into Taylor’s neighbors’ homes during the raid on the night of March 13. The FBI is still investigating potential violations of federal law in the case.
Along with the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota, Taylor’s case became a major touchstone for the nationwide protests that have gripped the nation since May — drawing attention to entrenched racism and demanding police reform. Taylor’s image has been painted on streets, emblazoned on protest signs and silk-screened on T-shirts worn by celebrities.
The charges drew immediate sadness, frustration and anger that the grand jury did not go further. The wanton endangerment charges each carry a sentence of up to five years. Protesters began marching through the streets of Louisville, where Taylor was killed, after the announcement, shouting “No justice, no peace.” Some sat quietly and cried.
Attorney Ben Crump, who is representing Taylor’s family, called the grand jury’s decision “outrageous and offensive!”
All eyes will be on Louisville.
The situation on the ground is being described as "tense."