Get DA Daniel Cameron to Resign for Breonna Taylor's Death By Police

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Breonna Taylor, a 26-year-old African-American emergency medical technician, was fatally shot by Louisville Metro Police Department officers on March 13, 2020. Three plainclothes Police officers executing a no-knock search warrant entered her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky and shot her in her sleep. Rather than opening a case against those officers, DA Daniel Cameron decided to do nothing and open no further investigations into the death of a 26 year old young woman. 

Even after the police department has confirmed that she had no drugs, committed no crime, and was violently gunned down, presently her murderers are facing no charges.

We will not allow the life and murder of Breonna Taylor to be erased. Sign the petition and call for the rightful firing of the police officers who murdered Breonna Taylor!!!

 

WE NEED JUSTICE FOR BREONNA TAYLOR! 

 

Below is a email template for you to write to Kentucky's government office:

attorney.general@ag.ky.gov, greg.fischer@louisvilleky.gov, Robert.schroeder@louisvilleky.gov

Hello to whoever it may concern, 

My name is (YOUR NAME). I am a resident of (CITY, STATE) and I am emailing today to demand accountability for the racially charged murder of Breonna Taylor. While charging the police involved in the murder is the right direction, we demand results.

We demand that Officer Brett Hankison are charged immediately for killing Breonna Taylor. We demand a public apology and admission of guilt from the Louisville Government, who failed to act. We ask that you act quickly considering the significant delay in taking this initial step in this case and that he act in the interest of protecting the safety and rights of all Kentucky civilians.

It is also important to note that there was no body camera footage from the raid, which seems very suspicious to a lot of people now that all police officers are now required to wear one.

We ask that you listen to Louisville citizens and international supporters alike to ensure that Aurora and Colorado are a safe community not just for some, but for all.

Sincerely

(YOUR NAME)