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NBC News 28 Sep 2020

Officer Involved In Breonna Taylor's Death Pleads Not Guilty


The only officer charged in connection with Breonna Taylor's killing pleaded not guilty in court. Brett Hankison was arraigned on wanton endangerment charges for the gunshots that ended up in the apartment next to Breonna Taylor's, putting her neighbors at risk, not for Taylor's death. NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez reports on what happened at the hearing.

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