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City of Louisville Reaches Settlement with Family of Breonna Taylor

The City of Louisville will pay several million dollars to the family of Breonna Taylor in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit.

Posted: Sep 15, 2020 9:38 AM

The City of Louisville will pay several million dollars to the family of Breonna Taylor in a Wrongful Death Lawsuit.

The 26-year-old EMT was shot by Louisville Metro Police during a No-Knock raid on her apartment in March of 2020.

This will be the largest police misconduct payment the city has ever paid in a lawsuit.

The department will also implement changes, including a system to identify officers with red flags, as well as having a commanding officer to review and approve all search warrants.

A total of three officers involved in the botched raid have not been charged, as the case is being reviewed by Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.

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