האסט באשולדיגט אסדר אין זאגן "פלעינע ליגענט" אז די פאליציי אומגעקומענע זענען געווענליך דראג פארבינדעטע אד"ג.
האסט געברענגט א ראי' פון "בריאנא טעילאר".
בעריש'ל האט געשריבן:
אסדר לסעודתא האט געשריבן:פאליציי ברוטאליטעט האט נאכנישט אומגעברענגט קיין נארמאלע מענטשן, נאר דראג פארבינדעטע שיכורים, און רויבערס מיט פאלשע געלט.
עיין ערך בריאנא טעילאר ועוד כמה אלפים.
צווייטנס, פאליציי ברוטאליטעט מיינט נישט נאר הרגענען.
ווען מ'האט דיר געטשעלענדזשד אז זי איז אומגעקומען אינמיטן א לעגאלע סוירטש אין פארבינדונג מיט דראג פארקויף
איז דיין תירוץ געווען
בעריש'ל"]1) די פאליציי האט געבאברעט מיט די ריפארט.[/quote]
האט מען דיר ווייטער געפרעגט
איז אפשר דערציילסטו די אמת'ע מעשה? איז עס יא אדער נישט געווען פארבינדן מיט דראגס?
איז געקומען דיין תירוץ (אן קיין מקורות)
בעריש'ל האט געשריבן:א. זיי האבן געהאט א טעות מיט אן אדרעס און געשאסן א וואוילע נורס אין איר שלאף, און אנגעבראכן איר פריינט די ביינער.
ב. די ריפארט איז ליידיג, די פרענד זאגט אז מען האט אפילו נישט גערופן א אמבולאנס ביז א האלבע שעה.
ג. די עוולה איז די ליידיגע ריפארט.
1 - פאר א סיבה איז געווען א לעגאלע סוירטש ווארענט אויף די הויז פון די "וואוילע נוירס".
2 - די טענות וואס די משפחה שרייבט אין זייער לאו-סוט איז, אז די פאליציי איז געקומען ציוויל-געקליידעט, און זיך אריינגעבראכן אן קיין ווארענונג, דעריבער האבן זיי געמיינט אז פארברעכער ברעכן זיך איין אין זייער הויז, דערפאר האבן זיי געשאסן אויף די פאליציי. נאך טענה'ן זיי: אז די פאליציי האט געשאסן ווילדערהייט אן קיין ציל.
3 - שיין פון דיר צו מודה זיין אז די עוולה פון די מעשה איז די ליידיגע רעפארט, נישט פאליציי ברוטאליטעט
ליתר שאת, דא האסטו וואס וויקיפידיע
שרייבטShooting of Breonna Taylor
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Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old African-American emergency medical technician, was fatally shot by Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officers Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove on March 13, 2020. Three plainclothes LMPD officers executing a no-knock search warrant entered her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky. Gunfire was exchanged between Taylor's boyfriend Kenneth Walker and the officers. Walker said that he believed that the officers were intruders. The LMPD officers fired over twenty shots. Taylor was shot eight times and LMPD Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly was injured by gunfire. Another police officer and an LMPD lieutenant were on the scene when the warrant was executed.
The primary targets of the LMPD investigation were Jamarcus Glover and Adrian Walker, who were suspected of selling controlled substances from a drug house more than 10 miles (16 km) away. Glover had a prior relationship with Taylor. The search warrant included Taylor's residence because it was suspected that Glover received packages containing drugs at Taylor's apartment and because a car registered to Taylor had been seen parked on several occasions in front of Glover's house. No drugs were found in the apartment.
Walker was licensed to carry a firearm and fired first, injuring a law enforcement officer, whereupon police returned fire into the apartment with more than 20 rounds. According to a wrongful death lawsuit filed against the police by the Taylor family's attorney, the officers, who entered Taylor's home without knocking or announcing a search warrant, opened fire "with a total disregard for the value of human life."Shooting
Shortly after midnight on March 13, 2020, Louisville police entered the apartment of Breonna Taylor and Kenneth Walker using a battering ram to force open the door. The police were investigating two men they believed were selling drugs. The Taylor/Walker home was included in a signed "no-knock" search warrant, signed by Jefferson County Circuit Judge Mary M. Shaw, reportedly based on representations by police that one of the men used the apartment to receive packages. The suspected drug dealer had allegedly been seen walking into Taylor's apartment one January afternoon with a USPS package before leaving and driving to a known drug house, and the warrant said a US Postal Inspector confirmed that the man had been receiving packages at the apartment. Postal Inspector Tony Gooden has said that his office had told police there were no packages of interest being received there.
Louisville police stated that they announced themselves while entering the home after knocking several times and saying they were Louisville police officers with a search warrant. Neighbors and Taylor's family dispute this, saying there was no announcement and that Walker and Taylor believed someone was breaking in, causing Walker to act in self-defense. Walker said in his police interrogation that Taylor yelled multiple times, "Who is it?" after hearing a loud bang at the door, but received no answer, and that he then armed himself. Walker, a licensed firearm carrier, shot first, striking a police officer in the leg; in response, the officers opened fire with more than 20 rounds, hitting objects in the living room, dining room, kitchen, hallway, bathroom, and both bedrooms. Taylor was shot at least eight times and pronounced dead at the scene. No drugs were found in the apartment. According to anonymous sources who spoke to WAVE3 News, one of the three officers allegedly fired blindly from the exterior of the residence, through a window with closed blinds and curtains; the sources said they do not believe Taylor was struck by any of the bullets fired by the officer who was outside.Investigations and aftermathInaccurate police incident report
The police filed an incident report that stated that Taylor had no injuries and that no forced entry occurred. The police department said that technical errors led to a nearly entirely blank malformed report.Investigations into the three police officers
All three officers involved in the shooting were placed on administrative reassignment pending the outcome of an investigation by the police department's internal Professional Integrity Unit. On May 20, 2020, the investigation's findings were given to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to determine whether any officer should be criminally charged. Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer also asked the FBI and U.S. Attorney's Office to review the findings. The FBI is also conducting its own independent investigation, announced by the Bureau's Louisville field office on May 21, 2020.
In early June, Fischer called for Officer Hankison to be removed from the Louisville Police Merit Board, which reviews appeals from police offices in departmental disciplinary matters. Hankison was one of five members of the board, which consists of three civilians and two police officers selected by the River City Fraternal Order of Police. On June 19, 2020, three months after Taylor's killing, Louisville Metro Police interim chief Robert Schroeder sent Hankison a letter notifying him that Schroeder had begun termination proceedings against him. The letter accused Hankison of violating departmental policies on the use of deadly force by "wantonly and blindly" firing into Taylor's apartment without determining whether any person presented "an immediate threat" or whether there were "any innocent persons present". The letter also cited past disciplinary action taken against Hankison by the department, including for reckless conduct. Hankison was formally fired four days later; he has ten days to appeal his termination to the Louisville Police Merit Board.Kenneth Walker
Walker initially faced criminal charges of first-degree assault and attempted murder of a police officer. The LMPD officers said they announced themselves before entering the home and were immediately met with gunfire from Walker. According to their statement, Walker discharged his firearm first, injuring an officer. Walker's lawyer said Walker thought that someone was entering the residence illegally and that Walker acted only in self-defense. The 911 calls were later released to the public, with Walker recorded telling the 911 operator, "somebody kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend".
Walker was later released from jail due to coronavirus concerns, which drew criticism from Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Steve Conrad.
Judge Olu Stevens released Walker from home incarceration on May 22. Commonwealth's Attorney Tom Wine moved to dismiss all charges against Walker in late May. The case could be presented to a grand jury again after reviewing the results of the FBI's and the Kentucky Attorney General's Office's investigations. Wine dropped the charges because the officers never mentioned Taylor by name to the grand jury or that they shot her. Walker's close friends said that his job was to protect Taylor at any cost. Rob Eggert, an attorney representing Walker, released a statement saying, "he just wanted to resume his life". At the same time, his attorney said that he could be charged again later as more facts come out of the shooting. On June 16, Eggert filed a motion to permanently dismiss the indictment charging Walker with attempted murder and assault. The motion asked Stevens to grant Walker immunity because he was within his rights to defend himself and Taylor under Kentucky's stand-your-ground law.Taylor's family
On May 15, Taylor's family filed a wrongful death lawsuit. It states that Taylor and Walker were sleeping in their bedroom before the incident happened, and that the police officers were in unmarked vehicles. None of the officers were wearing body cameras, as all three were plainclothes narcotics officers. Taylor and Walker thought their home had been broken into by criminals and that "they were in significant, imminent danger." The lawsuit alleges that "the officers then entered Breonna's home without knocking and without announcing themselves as police officers. The Defendants then proceeded to spray gunfire into the residence with a total disregard for the value of human life."