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New audio reveals ‘conspiracy’ to cover adult Breonna Taylor shooting

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The available interviews uncover questioner ‘coaching’ officer who led botched raid and assisting a declare with his responses. 


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Newly expelled audio recordings from a review into a lethal sharpened of Breonna Taylor by Louisville Police shed light on a events heading adult to a lethal raid. 

Taylor, 26, died on Mar 13 during a botched drug raid that she was not a aim of. The determined nurse, who worked during dual internal hospitals, was shot as military were portion a ‘no-knock warrant’ associated to a narcotics investigation, theGrio formerly reported. 

The raid was carried out by Sgt Jonathan Mattingly, Detectives Brett Hankison and Myles Cosgrove. Kenneth Walker, Taylor’s boyfriend, called 911 to news someone was violation into their apartment. As military dismissed on a couple, Walker returned glow and Taylor was shot 8 times by police. She died during a scene.

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In an talk after a tragedy, Mattingly insists cops knocked on a doorway for 45 seconds and shouted ‘Police, hunt warrant!’ 

Walker maintains, however, they never identified themselves as police. 

“It’s a center of a night. Somebody is violence on a doorway and not observant who they are … What are we going to do?” he told investigators, NBC News reported Thursday.

“I know y’all have guns during home. You’re going to squeeze it and be discreet like, ‘Okay, so what’s going on?”

“You’re creeping towards (the door) … ‘Who is it? Who is it?’ You don’t know who it is and afterwards a doorway flies open?”

When a sharpened stopped, Walker saw Taylor on her stomach in a hallway.

“I’m yelling for help,” he recalls, still unware that a shooters were cops given “nobody was, like, rushing in after all this happened.”

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Breonna Taylor is graphic in an undated photo. (Credit: Instagram/@keyanna.guifarro)

Walker was charged with first-degree attack and attempted murder of a military officer after Mattingly was shot in a leg during a raid.

The attempted murder assign was eventually dropped.  

The recordings exhibit that a plainclothes officer confronted Walker after a lethal sharpened of his partner and told him there had been a “misunderstanding.”

“Why’d he contend to me that there was a misunderstanding?” Walker asked during his military talk only hours after a raid.

“I don’t know,” Sgt. Amanda Seelye, a member of a Louisville department’s Public Integrity Unit, answered. “That’s some new information for us as well.”

“I’m not an idiot,” Walker replied. “They figured out something. They did something wrong.”

The Interviews exhibit a cops satisfied that they had indeed screwed up.

The audio also highlights how investigators gave Sgt.Mattingly scarcely dual weeks to prep for his interview, during that he was accompanied by an attorney, while Walker was questioned within a day after his partner was executed by Louisville law enforcement. 

Walker spoke to military after he was “encouraged” to relinquish his Miranda Rights.

Sgt Jason Vance, who questioned Mattingly, pronounced a cops’ proceed to a raid was “the many pacifist approach in.”

The available interviews reportedly uncover Vance was sensitive to a officers, and ‘led’ a declare during a interrogation. At times, he seemed to be assisting Mattingly with his responses. 

At one point, he pronounced a patrolman had ‘rightfully’ returned fire.  

None of a military officers have been charged in Breonna Taylor’s death.

Family profession Ben Crump remarkable on Twitter, “Audio of #KennyWalker and Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly clearly exhibit that there has been a CONSPIRACY to cover up #BreonnaTaylor’s murdering given day one!!,” he wrote,

“ALL a officers concerned need to be FIRED and CHARGED with murder,” Crump added.

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