Why riot over Breonna Taylor when her bad choices put her in that situation? ?

She made bad choices by dating a known drug dealer, who was bringing in dangerous drugs to the Black community, which KILL Blacks (and no media or rioters say a word about this). Plus, her "boyfriend" used her as a shield against the cops, who he himself said announced they were cops when they came in. It's sad she died, but this isn't a case of "white cops executing Blacks." That is the TRUTH!

Update:

Random - She was shot standing up while Taylor used her as a shield. Plus, BLACK MAN AG Daniel Cameron said police announced themselves. Those are the facts. 

Jeff S- So what if the cops fired 30 times in response to being shot at? What the heck do you expect if you fire at the cops, especially if they announce themselves as BLACK MAN AG Daniel Cameron said?

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  • 1 month ago

    Everyone makes some bad choices.  But they aren't supposed to be murdered for it.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    If I were you I would IMMEDIATELY contact the District Attorney.  They don't have PROOF that she was used as a shield.  You MUST share your proof with them.

    In fact, the District Attorney and Police are so confused that THEY don't agree with your statement, "She was shot standing up while Taylor used her as a shield."  They think her bf was Mr. Walker, not "Taylor," and they don't realize Taylor used herself as a shield.

    I would call immediately.

  • Kerri
    Lv 5
    1 month ago

    Taylor's death is nothing short of tragic and civilly wrong.  The Grand Jury evaluated all the facts, many that we do not know, and determined the elements of a crime were not present (except for the endangerment charge).  Taylor's family accepted $12m to settle the wrongful death (civil) claim.

    The facts that were shared by Mr. Cameron:  The officers were executing a lawful search warrant.  Independent witnesses stated the police both knocked and announced.  Upon entering, an occupant of the apartment fired first at the police.  The police returned fire inadvertently killing Taylor.

    While that is tragic and sad, it is not a crime.  What is not known is the orientation of Taylor to Walker; the lighting at the time of the incident; the intelligence data the police had prior to executing the warrant; and many other things, all of which the Grand Jury probably does know.  Mr. Walker claims he did not hear the police announce; because if he said he did hear the police announce, then he would be guilty of attempted murder.

  • Jeff S
    Lv 7
    1 month ago

    Sounds like BS to me!

    The boyfriend shot once!

    Cops fired more than 30!

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  • 1 month ago

    Only one of the cops claimed that an announcement of identity was made; nobody else heard it, least of all he bf. Perhaps she made a bad choice but who of us hasn't. Did she deserve to be shot for that? Did her bf deserve to be shot for defending his home after calling 911 to report intruders?

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Yes, sleeping is a bad choice.  How dare she have the audacity to be killed while asleep.

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