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  1. The family of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old EMT worker killed in a botched no-knock raid in March, has agreed to a record $12 million settlement with the city of Louisville — one that will include substantial, lasting changes to policing, including the mandatory use of body cameras during police raids.
    WATCH NEXT: Louisville Police Carried Out a Botched Raid 17 Months Before Raiding Breonna Taylor – https://youtu.be/XGM61RFuGwo

  2. The family of Breonna Taylor, the 26-year-old EMT worker killed in a botched no-knock raid in March, has agreed to a record $12 million settlement with the city of Louisville — one that will include substantial, lasting changes to policing, including the mandatory use of body cameras during police raids.
    WATCH NEXT: Louisville Police Carried Out a Botched Raid 17 Months Before Raiding Breonna Taylor – https://youtu.be/XGM61RFuGwo

  3. If she was in the wrong in anyway there is no way this payout would of happen, they found no evidence that anything bad was happening from that home. I don’t understand why people keep saying this and that about this woman when even the police don’t say it and no evidence was brought forward.

  4. If she was in the wrong in anyway there is no way this payout would of happen, they found no evidence that anything bad was happening from that home. I don’t understand why people keep saying this and that about this woman when even the police don’t say it and no evidence was brought forward.

  5. It’s not enough. No amount of money can buy back a human life. No body should be satisfied until police are held just as accountable for their actions as civilians are.

  6. It’s not enough. No amount of money can buy back a human life. No body should be satisfied until police are held just as accountable for their actions as civilians are.

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