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ABC News 25 Sep 2020

Breonna Taylor's family speaks out after decision not to charge officers in her death


"You robbed the world of a queen," Taylor's aunt said, reading from a letter written by Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer.

Following the announcement of no charges being filed in the killing of Breonna Taylor, Taylor's family voiced their discontent in downtown Louisville.
The family of victims of police violence, including Breonna Taylor's mother and aunt, urged residents to vote at a rally in Chicago.
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