2 Police Officers shot in Louisville

Demonstrators march on the Williamsburg Bridge during a protest, Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, in New York, following a Kentucky grand jury's decision not to indict any police officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor. (AP Photo/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez)

Just hours after the Attorney General announced that no Officers were charged in the Breonna Taylor
case, two Louisville Police Officers were shot.
Victoria Albert of CBS News Reports, “Two police officers were shot in downtown Louisville on
Wednesday night amid protests over the death of Breonna Taylor, interim police chief Robert Schroeder
said at a press conference. It was unclear whether the shooting was related to the protests, but it came
hours after Kentucky’s attorney general announced that no officers were indicted for their role in the
fatal police shooting of Taylor, a Black emergency medical worker killed in her own home.”
In Minister Farrakhan’s July 4th address, he warned that the “jump out boys should stay in the White
community, don’t come where we live and jump out, because you may not get back in, real talk now!”
We can’t take it no more, he said. We won’t take it anymore!”
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