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Judge releases man who shot officer during deadly confrontation 2 weeks ago

Kenneth Walker released on home incarceration


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Judge releases man who shot officer during deadly confrontation...

March 30th, 2020 @ 7:28AM (3 years ago)

So this is the same piece of **** judge who owes over 600,000 in back taxes, but the government won't lock him up. Go figure.

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March 31st, 2020 @ 10:33PM (3 years ago)
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Attorneys claim LMPD officers killed 26-year-old EMT in 'botched' police raid

An attorney for Kenneth Walker claims police conducted an improper raid, which led to officers shooting an innocent woman eight times, killing her. The woman, 26-year-old Breonna Taylor, was a certified EMT working at two local hospitals. Defense attorney Rob Eggert said police burst in Taylor's home without announcing their presence and fired at least 22 times, with bullets going into neighboring apartments, and "it was incredible that Mrs. Taylor was the only one killed."

Taylor's family says neither Walker nor Taylor was involved in drugs and believe police were looking for someone else. "These are two good kids," said Bianca Austin, Taylor's aunt. "This is incompetent police work. My niece lost her life over this." Austin said LMPD has not given the family any answers as to what happened. An attorney representing the family, Sam Aguiar, said police were actually looking for someone else and other officers had picked the suspect up at his home in a separate raid shortly before the shooting. "Something went terribly wrong," he said. "This was clearly a botched execution of a warrant." In an email, Chief Steve Conrad said he could not talk about the "incident that resulted in Ms. Taylor's death" because there is a pending Public Integrity investigation

Judge releases man who shot officer during deadly confrontation...

April 5th, 2020 @ 2:00PM (3 years ago)