LMPD :: Louisville Metro Police Department

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

Kenneth Walker released on home incarceration


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

April 2nd, 2020 @ 1:43PM (3 years ago)

The one-sided story posted to this site didn't hesitate to assume the man they arrested was guilty as charged. People like you call people "police hater" for assuming officers are guilty. I guess that makes you a "citizen hater" since you assume the citizens are always guilty. There's nothing worse than a pious hypocrite lying to cover up criminals with badges within the ranks. They are the police equivalent of a Benedict Arnold.

Certain facts have been publicized about this case outside of the prosecution process, as they were for LMPD's pedophile ring coverup and numerous other corrupt acts within the department. The citizens of this country have learned that those inside the system are incapable of policing themselves. The department has very little credibility within the community anymore thanks to the coverups. The so-called leaders on the department aren't interested in fixing anything, but keeping a lid on things until they're ready to file retirement paperwork.

All the would-be TV action show cops busting into the wrong peoples' houses and putting lives at risk should realize they are in the wrong state for that kind of idiocy. Those dudes were lucky the man whose house they home invaded didn't have a high powered rifle. The commonwealth will end up dismissing the charges after they unsuccessfully try to twist his arm into not suing. Metro will need a bailout to avoid bankruptcy after all of the lawsuits from the police crime and misconduct.

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

May 11th, 2020 @ 10:14PM (3 years ago)

"If wrong doing is discovered, then punishment will be given."

Tell that to the families of the women killed by Adams and Baker, moron