Breonna Taylor protesters vow to continue 'until we get change'
People protesting over the death of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky, have vowed to continue 'until we get change'.
Large numbers have been on the streets of Louisville for more than 120 days following the killing of the 26-year-old emergency medical technician.
But there's another group who've started to make their presence felt in the past few days - loaded with rifles and army fatigues, they look like active military personnel.
They are in fact a far-right group who call themselves the Oath Keepers, described by the Southern Poverty Law Centre as one of the largest radical anti-government groups in the US.
There's no economic recovery without COVID recovery, but that's not the message from President Trump. Moody's Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi joins Stephanie Ruhle to discuss why an expected large GDP number doesn't mean everything is better. Aired on 10/27/2020. In a highly unusual court filing, an unnamed grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case is asking a judge to be allowed to speak publicly. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron now says he will comply with a judge's order to release a recording of the proceedings. Late night police shooting at Breonna Taylor's home: Part 2
Breonna Taylor and her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, were in bed when police officers executed a search warrant. Taylor was fatally shot and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly was shot in the leg. The Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office reportedly said Monday that it would release the recordings from the grand jury deliberations in the Breonna Taylor case later this week after a lawsuit was filed by an unnamed juror to make the details public.