A few arrests were made on Thursday night close to a downtown Louisville church where individuals fighting a grand jury verdict in the Breonna Taylor case had accumulated. Among those arrested was state Rep. Attica Scott. The Louisville Democrat, who has served in the legislature since 2017, has pushed for enactment prohibiting no-knock warrants condemned by nonconformists.
Her Facebook page incorporates open calls for equity for Taylor, a Black lady executed during a police raid turned out badly last March. Around 200 individuals stayed in the territory outside the First Unitarian Church, where demonstrators clearly took asylum to keep away from arrest for disregarding a nighttime curfew. Some provoked officials in revolt gear who stood close by. No cops were legitimately charged by a grand jury in the deadly shooting of Taylor.