Newsy 3 Oct 2020

Police Say They Knocked In Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recordings


Police said they knocked multiple times and identified themselves as police, but Taylor's boyfriend said he didn't hear them identify themselves.

Steve Harrigan on Kentucky Attorney General seeking to delay release of Breonna Taylor's grand jury recordings.
Around 20 hours of grand jury recordings have been made public in the investigation of Breonna Taylor's death. CBS News legal contributor Rebecca Roiphe joins CBSN for a closer look at what this decision could mean for the case moving forward.
Video shows protesters demonstrating in Louisville, KY and New York City following the Breonna Taylor grand jury ruling.
"This administration, this country respects and supports peaceful protest -- but what we've seen is far from that."

Speaking at an event in Wisconsin on Thursday, Ivanka Trump and Vice President Mike Pence spoke about ongoing unrest in America following Breonna Taylor grand jury ruling.

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