(Sept. 25) Watch live as protesters continue to rally in Louisville, Kentucky, against the grand jury’s decision to not indict officers in the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor.
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Family attorney Lonita Baker told said the family is appreciative of the support of protesters who have gathered for 121 days following Taylor’s death in March.
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Sgt. Lamont Washington said protesters were arrested for damaging buildings, removing concrete barricades and unlawful assembly.
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