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Police officer who shot Breonna Taylor has pulled out of book deal

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One of the police officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor has pulled out of his book deal with a conservative press four months after Simon & Schuster refused to distribute the title. Jonathan Mattingl...

Simon & Schuster refuses to distribute book by officer who shot Breonna Taylor

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Simon & Schuster has said that it will not be distributing a book by one of the police officers who shot Breonna Taylor, after a small publisher whose books are distributed through S&S announced the book to wi...

Kentucky partially bans no-knock warrants after Breonna Taylor killing

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The governor of Kentucky has signed into law a partial ban on no-knock warrants, a year after the police shooting of Breonna Taylor fueled anti-racism demonstrations in the US and around the world. Governor Andy Beshe...

Breonna Taylor died more than a year ago. But US policing has barely changed

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It has been over a year since Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old ER technician, was killed by police officers in her home. It has been nearly a year since George Floyd, a former rapper and father of five, was killed by off...

‘It keeps her alive’: remembering Breonna Taylor through art

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Last year, Baltimore artist Amy Sherald painted Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old medical worker who was killed by police, as a commission for the cover of Vanity Fair, depicting Taylor in hues of turquoise and blues, sta...

Breonna Taylor died one year ago. The fight for justice is far from over

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In March last year, life as we knew it in America changed. On 11 March, Donald Trump declared the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency. Two days later, police officers entered the home of Breonna Taylor and shot ...

Breonna Taylor’s killing has changed Louisville – but justice has not yet come

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Three hundred and sixty-five days. Four police chiefs. Two fatal shootings tied to protests. Hundreds of protesters arrested. Zero charges for the three police officers who fired 32 bullets in the early morning raid t...