Grand Jury Audio From Breonna Taylor Case Focuses On Officers' Lack Of 'Formal Plan'
Audio released from the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case highlights questioning about the lack of a "formal plan" between the seven officers serving the warrant the night Taylor was killed
President-elect Joe Biden's choice to head the Pentagon, Lloyd Austin, focused Tuesday on his status as a recently retired Army general, which would disqualify him from being secretary of defense without a congressional waiver. (Jan. 19) None of the police officers who raided Breonna Taylor's home wore body cameras, impeding the public from a full understanding of what happened. The Times's visual investigation team built a 3-D model of the scene and pieced together critical sequences of events to show how poor planning and shoddy police work led to a fatal outcome.
Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch. President of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton reacts to the move by the Louisville Metro Police Department to fire two of the officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor. Aired on 12/30/2020. The New York Times visual investigations team built a 3D model of the scene of Breonna Taylor's death and pieced together critical sequences of events to show how poor planning and shoddy police work led to a fatal outcome. New York Times senior producer of visual investigations Malachy Browne joined CBSN to discuss the analysis.