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  • If any of you Beautiful Bastards are in the Louisville area right now, I'd love to hear from you.

    Philip DeFrancoPhilip DeFranco2 mánuðum síðan
    • Put yourself in the shoes of the officers. They have to fulfill a search warrant. They knock on the door, no answer. They have to break the door down, and immediately after entering and seeing a man holding a gun with his arms extended they take fire, and one officer gets hit. They return fire. Is that murder?

      Will SmithWill SmithMánuði síðan
    • Attorney exposed in Breonna Taylor's case!!

      Facts 4 NowFacts 4 NowMánuði síðan
    • I live in Frankfort where Daniel Cameron did his announcement. I work in the downtown where the history center is. There were 30 of us in the parking lot watching the live stream. What was awful was that they didn’t let ANY downtown businesses know with any advance that they would be shutting down all roads in and out of downtown, shutting out every bit of business for the day. We personally decided to close our business for the day just to have a mental health break.

      Brittany DrieciBrittany DrieciMánuði síðan
    • with the 12 million settlement I would hope the mother creates something to remind the city about her daughter or build a non profit to help those to cope with similar mis fortunes

      3rdeye Brand3rdeye Brand2 mánuðum síðan
    • thank you for pronouncing louisville correctly

      Just CassJust Cass2 mánuðum síðan
  • "Rich people", like Phil. lol

    JOHNWAYNE1920JOHNWAYNE1920Mánuði síðan
  • The jojo siwa picture looks like Captain Spalding from the Rob Zombie movie House of A Thousand Corpses

    Cory MillerCory MillerMánuði síðan
  • It’s so hypocritical and borderline gaslighting to say the officers were justified in firing at people they didn’t have a clear view of and killing an innocent unarmed woman, then turn around and say violence doesn’t bring justice. It’s like they don’t hear themselves. It’s like a bully punching you and then when you shove them to get hem away they get upset at you for “going too far”.

    Walter EseseWalter EseseMánuði síðan
    • @Çerastes where did you see that? All of the different articles I read said she had no involvement in the drug ring besides her ex using her address to receive packages. That doesn’t make her complicit in any crimes. Also handling money doesn’t mean she should get shot.

      Walter EseseWalter EseseMánuði síðan
    • @Walter Esese : After all the news you are still this ignorant? Again, she was not innocent. Breonna was part of her ex-bf Jamarcus's drug ring, handling his money. The cops were looking for her, not Jamarcus. It was her name in that warrant.

      ÇerastesÇerastesMánuði síðan
    • @Çerastes Breonna Taylor was innocent. They weren’t even there for either of them according to the reports. They were looking for her ex. So yes she was innocent “, as was her boyfriend. He shot cus he was startled and it was late at night, he was disoriented and didn’t understand who was at the door. You’re not going to justify someone getting shot for no reason when the police didn’t even know if the person they were looking for was there.

      Walter EseseWalter EseseMánuði síðan
    • There was no innocent woman... and the only reason why cops shot in the first place, was her scummy bf.

      ÇerastesÇerastesMánuði síðan
  • mob justice is whats left when those in power continual abuse their power, the "MOB" is a sly way of saying the people and Americas justice system is supposed to be what the people want so if a whole country say this isn't justice and carries out true justice he calls it mob justice when in fact its the "will" of the people

    Polly gPolly gMánuði síðan
  • City paid 12mil? Like thats a lot, its tax payers money, that could be used to make a new gorgeous park or even to make schools better. Heck, its enough to build a shelter so big it would house all of the home-lacking people on the streets Who will answer to taxpayers why this money were spent on cops killing people unjustly?

    foRonablefoRonableMánuði síðan
  • So to recap, an "independent witness" was "close by" and somehow this "witness" was so good at "witnessing" that their account is good enough to overturn MULTIPLE other witness accounts? Secondly, they fired a total of _32_ SHOTS in response to a _single_ shot? How is that not excessive in the least?

    djixi98djixi98Mánuði síðan
    • More documents were released about her. I recommend you look them up.

      Gary BrownGary BrownMánuði síðan
  • Land of the free ay?

    Anze VeneAnze VeneMánuði síðan
  • Ugh...this country/world. I sure wish there was another viable option. If it were actually possible/if we could live in another solar system I'd be one of the first to volunteer to leave this planet

    Lady DLady DMánuði síðan
  • #defundthepolice

    MouwcatMouwcatMánuði síðan
    • Why?

      ÇerastesÇerastesMánuði síðan
  • Can't we find both parties innocent by way of intent and self-defense? Just a horrible accident.

    Josh LevanJosh LevanMánuði síðan
  • I find it hypocritical that it's okay to lower standards based on black, but not on green. At least money can be used by the university, let the spoiled brat's future employer sort out their worth. Skin color, however, is just completely irrelevant. Don't get me wrong, merit is the way to go. But, if they're already throwing merit out the window for the value of "diversity," I don't see what then is the big deal of throwing out merit for the value of funding.

    Josh LevanJosh LevanMánuði síðan
  • Yes!! Have to have that second stupid

    Tweak FreqTweak FreqMánuði síðan
  • For me the whole Breonna Taylor situation doesn't add up. Why would someone who's completely innocent of any criminal activity shoot first? Did he shoot without even knowing who's at the door? Who in their right mind would do that?

    WaaDoku 【和ァ独】WaaDoku 【和ァ独】Mánuði síðan
  • Boyfriend shot officer first, beyonna did not deserve what happened, however, as far as I’m concerned it’s her lowlife boyfriends fault.

    GlassixGlassixMánuði síðan
  • I don't think this college favoritism thing is a problem ... at all. It serves to prepare students for the future, where nepotism and good ole boy systems run rampant through every and all employers with no rules, guidelines or consequences, allowing a fairly large percentage of upper management and executive positions to be filled by these under qualified dolts. The unprivileged applicants get an early education of how shit works in the real world.

    Duane TownsDuane TownsMánuði síðan
  • Actually, 1 officer was charged... #TheMoreYouKnow

    Aaron Lew.Aaron Lew.Mánuði síðan
  • If there are investigations into American colleges (they're universities) about unfair admissions, and that they should be based purely on academic merit, then these colleges should have to scrap the programs which allow for quotas of ethnic minorities to bypass the system. How many people have been denied a place in higher education just because they are not the right ethnicity? Diversity admissions that allow students who are academically inferior to others are unfair, and that is why you are seeing wealthier people bribing their way into getting a place. Admissions should not identify where someone is from, their ethnic background, photographs, or their names etc. Placements should be allocated PURELY on the academic merit of the potential student.

    Mark PalmerMark PalmerMánuði síðan
  • Eminem ain't in most influential? 🤔

    DJ GamingDJ GamingMánuði síðan
  • You forgot to mention the boyfriend shot at the cops first. Don’t shoot at cops

    Nick TretinaNick TretinaMánuði síðan
    • Nick Tretina That’s a stupid justification, because it doesn’t change anything. If a shooter fires at police, and the police shoot and kill a child, is it the child’s fault they were in the line of sight?

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
  • I saw someone here say that if Breonna and her boyfriend didn't want to get hurt then they shouldn't have shot at the police. First of all, they didn't know it was the police, but that's not even the real issue here. The police shouldn't be armed at all, but especially for something simple like seeing if there were suspicious packages there. Policing in the US is so messed up that they think that people deserve to die over drug charges, and that's setting aside the fact that Breonna was totally innocent. Police abolishment and defunding should not be a political issue, because murder is not a political issue. People are dying, we know who is doing it, but they still walk free. ANY OTHER person doing this would be in jail for the rest of their lives.

    SophiaSophiaMánuði síðan
    • Breonna most definitely is not innocent by any means... and there was no murder.

      ÇerastesÇerastesMánuði síðan
  • Are you kidding me! How many politicians kids went to an ivy league college and not have the grades to legitimatly get in! This is old stuff. We all know it happens.

    Jim McGahheyJim McGahheyMánuði síðan
  • When it comes to the wealthy getting college exceptions over those more deserving of acceptance, it definitely is unfair to those who work hard to get into those schools. We see this same experience with jobs regardless of experience and qualifications it becomes more of a game of who you know to slide into a position rather than actually earning a position. So if you don't have all the right connections and grow out of poverty you struggle through school, to get into college and finally to actually get a decent job. Until people start checking their biases I don't believe fairness will ever come into play, which is one of the things I love how this show challenges my own.

    Daniel GreesonDaniel GreesonMánuði síðan
  • Police training and selection need to be improved. Also, I can't tell you how many times I didn't hear someone knocking on my door because I was wearing headphones. It's not like that guarantees 100% that people will notice you.

    Yumidori IroYumidori IroMánuði síðan
  • The last story, reminds me of the stupidly that we saw in the jeffery epson case "we have so much against him.... lets make him untouchable and discredit all the girls that he has abused"... I hope that the US police will be reformed and cleaned, because if the "law" of you country is the problem, you are in a world of problem.

    DetlilleregnbuestudieDetlilleregnbuestudieMánuði síðan
  • Now think about what you are saying, you claim that they did not knock. But then the proof tell us different. Phil I unsubscribed because you are making things worse lately. I just hope the clicks are worth it.

    Phil LenanPhil LenanMánuði síðan
  • Brenna! Stop spreading fake news!!! Propaganda sht

    Misha GrinMisha GrinMánuði síðan
  • On the University topic was it really the money or could it be their hands on attitude ? I’m not academically inclined and received a 44.1/99.5 Atar and my university needs at least a 60.0 but because I came to all of the uni events and showed them that I’ll do my best I got accepted. Further that I told I received a marketing scholarship of $8000 and then a second scholarship of $1300. So sometimes it really is based on if you think the student is will uphold the integrity of the uni

    Miss LlaneousMiss LlaneousMánuði síðan
  • Affirmative action took spots of more qualified applicants and I’m sticking to it!!!!

    Fatima JohnsonFatima JohnsonMánuði síðan
  • Average annual family income of $150000 in California isn't rich. I wonder what kind of donations they were making.

    ScrublordScrublordMánuði síðan
  • Taylor didn't deserve to die but this wasn't racism. cops got shot at and returned fire

    4everis2morrow4everis2morrowMánuði síðan
    • @sos sos in a stand your ground state even! The nerve.

      Mel RyanMel RyanMánuði síðan
    • GilgameshEthics right like imagine you shoot at the cops and they have the audacity to shoot back? Pigs these days amirite

      Vaas MontenegroVaas MontenegroMánuði síðan
    • They still need to go to jail. It's not about racism so much as it's about a ridiculously out of control power hungry PIGS

      GilgameshEthicsGilgameshEthicsMánuði síðan
  • I don't understand the college admission scandal, not comming for a country that treats people based on income and no on how sick they're. Where's the scandal when they operate the rich and let the poor die.

    damaskitodamaskitoMánuði síðan
  • The college bribes are not unique to the US here in the UK, the London School of Economics accepted Gadaffi’s son who did a masters the same son who would go on to write the Rivers of Blood speech and whose dad donated millions to the university. Also internal audits is essentially self regulating. This is happening at western elite universities.

    celondeloncelondelonMánuði síðan
  • Every single thing that the media has told you about Breonna Taylor's case is a lie. Do people actually think the police are walking around casually killing black people in the US?

    Rhino GamingRhino GamingMánuði síðan
    • Rhino Gaming No, but how the fuck do you still believe that the police are innocent angels that do nothing but good things, and that there are no instances or scenarios where they can hurt or kill innocent people?

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
  • I heard about the clash between the left and the right but didnt know how huge the divide was until I got exposed to some right wing commentators on instagram with a lot of followers. It is perplexing. One has to wonder how a civil war has not started already (I don't want that btw). In a nutshell, the right is saying that Taylor was not innocent. She was part of the drug dealing circle and had warrants after her. She was fired from her EMT job and she even returned a car with a dead body in the trunk...

    Von ZineVon ZineMánuði síðan
  • I don’t believe a thing he or cops say. Not a thing

    Megan WeipersMegan WeipersMánuði síðan
  • America sucks.

    Josh DeWJosh DeWMánuði síðan
  • “Rich peeps have different rules” -Phil, a rich guy. Yo all jokes👺 love you Philly

    PuthSardaraDhaPuthSardaraDhaMánuði síðan
  • It must really suck to have all these people who could help the situation be race traitors.

    Orthus100Orthus100Mánuði síðan
  • Which cop faces charges? The cop who shot everything accept humans. Criminals. Murderers. What can be done if peaceful protest is ignored? Why was the police report empty and also said she sustained no injuries? Criminality was blatant and on the face. Criminals with badges

    AlmostSoberAlmostSoberMánuði síðan
    • You have no clue

      ÇerastesÇerastesMánuði síðan
  • I’m sick and tired of people not knowing the facts of the case! She was not murdered!

    Lissette ArroyoLissette Arroyo2 mánuðum síðan
  • With the breonna taylor situation: lets not forget that her name was on the warrant for being “related” to the suspects. She, specifically, wasnt seen as a threat so the officers werent planning on shooting anyone, but they were ready in case the suspects were armed. Her “bf” wasnt supposed to be at breonna’s house at that time. He was also on the warrant and used her as a human shield when firing at the officers. Are the officers in the wrong? I personally dont know that answer seeing all the info coming out so far. What i do believe is that the “bf” should also be arrested for, basically, sacrificing breonna’s life just to save himself.

    Rachel NguyenRachel Nguyen2 mánuðum síðan
    • Scott Bullerman we know PUBLICLY that he was a good guy, but not how he was like behind closed doors, ya know? A lot of “nice/good” people are abusers behind the scenes. Its a crazy thing to say, but it could be true. We dont know yet 100%. He was the one with the gun, he wouldve left the bed room first, right? It just doesnt make sense to me as to why breonna would be anywhere closer to the officers than he was. Its all speculation, but thats how i see it as of right now. I feel like we aren’t getting the whole truth from everyone.

      Rachel NguyenRachel NguyenMánuði síðan
    • Rachel Nguyen yeah, I get what you’re thinking but that’s some pretty heartless speculation. Kenny sounds like he was a good guy - Breonna probably didn’t deserve him. They heard the banging at the door and thought it was Jamarcus. As the cops broke open the door, Kenny freaked out and shot. The coke shot back... justifiably. Why she was hit and he wasn’t I have no idea. Maybe she was just closer to the door. Maybe just the angle and positioning. Maybe Kenny dropped to the ground as soon as the cops started shooting and she didn’t. Could have been any number of things. Never in my wildest dreams would I assert that Kenny was using his girlfriend as a meat shield so he could take a single shot at officers.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Scott Bullerman i got the names mixed up while reading them (two people named “walker” so it was confusing), so you’re right on that. No, news outlets havent come out with anything about her being a human shield, but how would she have gotten shot that many times when the bf was the one firing and didnt get hurt? She definitely wasnt asleep in bed for that, and im sure she wouldve been hiding during the gun fight. So why did she get shot that many times if it wasnt for the bf holding her there? I hope that makes sense.

      Rachel NguyenRachel NguyenMánuði síðan
    • You have a LOT wrong in your comment. Maybe you should read your own sources. Kenny Walker, Breonna’s boyfriend, absolutely was NOT on the warrant. He has no criminal drug history and by all accounts was a pretty good dude. It appears he believed the police were actually Breonna’s ex-boyfriend Jamarcus breaking into the apartment, got scared and shot too soon. I haven’t heard anyone credible say he used her as a human shield. I don’t understand how someone can post multiple sources but not read them.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Link to the Courier Journal that i found this info on: Link to the search warrant(s): Report by the Courier Journal (i guess they do a lot of investigations) about breonna’s association with the suspects:

      Rachel NguyenRachel Nguyen2 mánuðum síðan
  • So, ultimately what we get with Breonna Taylor is Cosgrove's killing shot was justified in "self-defense." And, Hankison's shots were only considered wanton endangerment of the neighbors, but not of Breonna herself. However, I feel a broader view of the issue is that police have many loopholes that allow them to prey on individuals, especially people of color and those in lower-income communities. There is no law that specifically targets them, but laws are not applied equally. This tragedy reveals only one of the flaws, but sadly nothing long-term will change from it. The system of police is working as intended. This was by design. And, only now are we seeing the consequences. Breonna Taylor is not the first and sadly she won't be the last. In other words, If the orchard is infested with weeds and pests, burn it down, and start over.

    Tim NewtonTim Newton2 mánuðum síðan
  • College Admissions - Why is this an issue? Think of a night club with a long line to get in and Kim and Kanye and Paris and Nicole waltz up and get ushered in immediately. Country clubs pick who they allow to be a member. Every sports team in the world picks who can play on their team. Why do we believe colleges should be different? I guarantee when Kim and Kanye's kid North West is college age, every college in the country is going to welcome her no matter what her GPA is. That's how America works. It's capitalism. Having famous people's kids attend improves their rep. Every organization in America operates like this. There is nothing wrong with it. Why should colleges be different?

    highcountryjohnhighcountryjohn2 mánuðum síðan
  • Love all your videos, Phillip. Keep up the good just a small-time created all the help is appreciated 🙏 thank you

    XxToxicGiggelsxXXxToxicGiggelsxX2 mánuðum síðan
  • The 1 witness was a neighbor; he said he heard the cop faintly announce once at the door. Breonna and her bf were asleep. I think the judge who signed that warrant should be criminally charged. A night time no knock warrant was completely unjustified; the judge should have caught the sloppy police work; the cops were completely unaware of how her life had drastically changed the months prior to the warrant; they should have met her during the day outside of her apartment to serve the warrant. Podcast “the daily” had a good piece on it.

    Laura MLaura M2 mánuðum síðan
    • You added the word “faintly”. That neighbor just happened to be the closest neighbor and he described it as “POLICE POLICE POLICE” (he indicated yelling). Also, this was not a no-knock warrant. Kenny himself said the police knocked on the door several times. So why did you add the word “faintly” to the witness statement?

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • Its like one can sit perfectly still like a monk in zen state and they can keep on yelling stop resisting stop resisting and do whatever they want with you I mean in a system like this what is stopping them from doing that amirite? I dont know what else one can do for the matter, except body cams definitely, those will save innocent lives.

    Yo BoYo Bo2 mánuðum síðan
  • Actually Taylor's boyfriend shot first.

    Master RelieverMaster Reliever2 mánuðum síðan
    • Master Reliever This changes nothing

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
  • Even if the AG believes that they knocked and announced, how does the 'investigation' end before figuring out how they ended up with a warrant to enter that apartment in the first place followed by murder charges filed against the officer that LIED to get that warrant? Moving beyond that, how does this 'investigation' end with the AG not calling for body cams on every officer involved in serving a warrant at the very least?

    cj pinescj pines2 mánuðum síðan
    • Henry Mudgett hey idiot, I already answered the first question - did you not read the answer? The second question was completely malformed and incoherent, but I repeated it to you as a confirmation of what you were trying to ask, so clearly I read it as it was repeated back to you. There is likely no data that gives a violence percentage as this metric would be nearly impossible to gather and is utterly pointless.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Scott Bullerman “I don’t understand this question.” Because you didn’t read it. Explain why people would still he rioting. Explain how many people have been affected by them, in comparison to the vast, vast, fucking majority of peaceful protests.

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Henry Mudgett the riots are not based on reason, they’re based on lies in most cases. The entire BLM movement is based on a lie. “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot”. How many times so you hear that? Michael brown didn’t have his hands up when he was shot - he was trying to take an officers gun then charging at the officer to kill him. But we still get riots because a black man was shot with his hands in the air. Doesn’t matter that this never happens. The riots will happen based on a story regardless of the truth or evidence. How many people have been affected by the riots compared to the total protests? I don’t understand this question.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Scott Bullerman How would people being rioting again? How many have have been affected in these riots, in comparison to the amount of total protests?

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Henry Mudgett how what?

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • I understand that mishaps happen while on the job. The thing I don’t understand is why they shot them SO MANY TIMES?!

    Fables 456Fables 4562 mánuðum síðan
    • Henry Mudgett the comment you are responding to is about the number of shots fired and whether or not it was excessive. Are you telling me your comments are just completely unrelated to the topic? That makes your contributions confusing and irrelevant. You might as well have said... and yet, vineyards in California are burning. See? Fucking pointless.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Scott Bullerman “And yet, they did not announce themselves, and rammed the door in” Where do I state there is a number requirement for a murder?

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Hey Henry, what does that have to do with the NUMBER of shots fired? Can you explain how the misconception that the police didn’t announce that they were the police has anything to do with the number of shots they fired in return?

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Scott Bullerman And yet, they did not announce themselves, and rammed the door in

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • An officer was bleeding out in the doorway, they had no idea how many people might be in the apartment armed and ready to shoot, and were trying to eliminate the threat so they could save the wounded officer’s life. I believe adrenaline probably plays a factor too once you’re shot.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • There should be no reason for an officer to fire their gun 16(!) times into an apartment. I find it hard to justify such actions. Police officers should be trained to de-escalate, disarm and immobilize. They should not shoot to kill as their first reaction. That should be their last option.

    ZubiilaZubiila2 mánuðum síðan
    • So even after a cop is shot and bleeding out on the ground, you want them to try and de-escalate, disarm, and immobilize? I find it hard to justify how you could make a comment like this.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • Even if the police did announce themselves (doubt it) the math still says the Police unloaded 32 bullets in response to a single shot. I cannot understand how that's not exsessive force

    Byron MarchByron March2 mánuðum síðan
    • There’s no such thing as a knock and don’t announce warrant. That is the most dangerous thing you could possibly do and it makes zero sense. Whether or not they knocked is not in question. Kenny himself says they knocked multiple times. So for number of bullets, what’s the rule? One for one but the cop has to go second? Police were justified to take a single shot but would have to wait for Kenny to shoot another cop before they could fire another round at him? I’m curious what your think the right number is in this situation.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • As someone who has attended an UC, I can say that this is true. There were many moments where I asked myself “how did this person make it here?” Answer: their family had money/ is well connected

    Isadora CaffeIsadora Caffe2 mánuðum síðan
  • You mean to tell me I could have gotten into one of these Universities if I babysat for the admissions person (and had a sh*t ton more money than I actually have)?

    bradwolf07bradwolf072 mánuðum síðan
  • She wasn’t an EMT since there was a body discovered in a vehicle rented in her name and fired ... people keep saying that like she was totally innocent and not connected to illegal activity etc. let’s be honest

    Chelsey SandbergChelsey Sandberg2 mánuðum síðan
    • Scott Bullerman She was not part of a drug syndicate, you ducking liar.

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Chelsey Sandberg isn’t it amazing that people think the cops busted into the wrong house and killed an innocent EMT in her sleep? She was part of a drug syndicate! I don’t know about you but I’ve never had a drug dealer murdered in a car I rented.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • clara ao melody there are lots of local news outlets that reported on it, however it is not covered by msm.... this is just a latest link covering this overlooked major

      Chelsey SandbergChelsey Sandberg2 mánuðum síðan
    • Wait. I've never heard of that. What's your source?

      clara ao melodyclara ao melody2 mánuðum síðan
  • I live In Louisville and man has this changed the city. So much passion behind wanting justice.

    Dylan PierceDylan Pierce2 mánuðum síðan
  • You cant tell me that the guy thought it was a home invasion because the cops knocked. Home invaders dont knock. And if he didnt think they were home invaders, then why would he grab a gun. And you cant tell me the cops didnt knock becauae then he wouldnt have been able to grab a gun. Even if the cops didnt identify themselves (which they didnt have to btw because of the no knock warrant) why would pull a gun on someone knocking?

    Jaja BoiJaja Boi2 mánuðum síðan
    • From the interview with police thought the police was Jamarcus. I understand why he’d be jumpy. If my girlfriend just broke up with a big time drug dealer (who has come to her place pissed off before) and I was staying at her house, I wouldn’t be thinking “well, the drug dealer ex boyfriend wouldn’t be pounding on the door - he’d just break it down”. That actually might be something a pissed off ex would do - bang on the door screaming a few times then bust it down.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • Im not watching your video just because of the title. The cops were shot at 1st. She died in the hallway not the bed. Cops had every right to shoot! I know I would have! Oh and they also knocked. Neighbors are witnesses that the cops made themselves very known on who they are and why they are there. I think the bf needs to stay in jail! Hes a bad apple!! Get the THUGS off our streets! FUCK BLM THE ORGANIZATION! ALL LIVES MATTER AND THAT INCLUDES ALL LIVES! EVEN THE UNBORN! 🇺🇸❤TRUMP 2020 ❤🇺🇸 ALL LIVES MATTER

    MeganMegan2 mánuðum síðan
    • Common bot shut up.

      clara ao melodyclara ao melody2 mánuðum síðan
  • "Shot 6 times, but only 1 of them was fatal." Bro, I'm pretty sure 6 shots no matter what is fatal.

    JoshJLMG ProductionsJoshJLMG Productions2 mánuðum síðan
    • Henry Mudgett Richard is not proud of you right now.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Henry Mudgett how can you not know what a meme is in 2020?

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • Scott Bullerman Dead meme

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Tell that to 50 Cent

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • These college admissions scandals are not Scandals. This has been going on for years, ivy league colleges have always been run on a keep in in the family/ you scratch my back I'll scratch your mentality. It has ALWAYS BEEN THE POOR THAT HAS HAD TO BUST THEIR BEHIND AND PROVE THEMSELVES.

    It'sLyricSoListenIt'sLyricSoListen2 mánuðum síðan
  • Really have to wonder why a no knock warrant was issued to arrest 1 man, when they had multiple officers?

    Fred VFred V2 mánuðum síðan
    • Scott Bullerman Hahahahahaha no. There was no evidence of drugs in her apartment, and no evidence there ever were drugs.

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Fred V feel free to read the warrant where on page 2 you will find clearly 3 names listed. Also feel free to read the reasons for requesting the warrant which details Breonna’s potential involvement in the operation.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • @Scott Bullerman because there was 1 witness to allege such thing in court. You seem to believe Brenna was involved in a drug operation.

      Fred VFred VMánuði síðan
    • Fred V why do you keep saying “for 1 person”? There were multiple places searched that day, all related to the same drug operations, which Breonna was part of. It wasn’t a warrant for “1 person”, it was the culmination of a significant police operation to take down a major drug syndicate. The no-knock warrant was absolutely justified at the trap houses, police leadership instructed officers to knock and announce at Breonna’s apartment because it wasn’t a trap house, just the residence of someone involved in the drug operation. You think all witnesses have access to equal information and it’s just a numbers game?!?! Pretend the George Floyd incident had no body cam or cell video and there’s a question as to whether or not George said he can’t breathe. The 3 people standing right there, and all the cops, say “George said he couldn’t breathe”. The 10 people in the store said they didn’t hear him say that. The 15 people down the street said they didn’t hear him say that. The 30 people a block over said they didn’t hear him say that. So 3 people heard it and 55 people didn’t hear it. In your mind, he George never said he couldn’t breathe. In my mind, the 3 people standing RIGHT THERE, and the cops themselves, outweigh the 55 people who weren’t even close enough to hear it. If you don’t understand this difference, I can’t help you.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
    • @Scott Bullerman that's my point, why was a no knock warrant issued for 1 person. If you want to weigh the testimony of 1 witness over 11 then go ahead. There is no point in this if you believe 1 witness outvalues 11.

      Fred VFred VMánuði síðan
  • If they are going to jail, then wouldn't that mean they broke the rules instead playing by different rules?

    C DC D2 mánuðum síðan
  • Right... so they are saying that we should ignore the other 5 bullets because only one of them was fatal... make it make sense. because this sounds so backwards.

    A.M.C.T KateA.M.C.T Kate2 mánuðum síðan
  • Dude what the hell. It's so weird seeing Patrick Mahomes on here. We were at the same school and while he was already considered to be really good and well known on the football team, it still blows my mind that he's known across the country and is even this influential. That's wild.

    David DavidsonDavid Davidson2 mánuðum síðan
  • You know. I'm not surprised to see you cover this . I'm not gonna watch it cause last time I watched you report on anything was toby. Your just a fake punk pandering to views. Dropped everything about you. Have a good life pray I never run into you . Ps that ruling was justified.

    Chris JeffersChris Jeffers2 mánuðum síðan
  • I'm confused? Wasn't it Breonna's boyfriend who shot the police officer in what he thought was self defence? So why was Breonna shot 6 times and killed? I'm not saying the boyfriend should be dead, but wouldn't that make him the cops target, not Breonna?

    amyamy2 mánuðum síðan
    • It was dark, it happened fast, and Kenny and Breonna were standing right next to each other. When you shoot at cops, they will start shootings back... a lot! Honestly, I don’t know how Kenny didn’t get hit. Maybe he was positioned behind Breonna relative to the door somehow.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • So theres affirmative action for rich people now.

    Gavin BullockGavin Bullock2 mánuðum síðan
  • Lived in Louisville all my life. It is an eclectic city. It might not be big, but there are a lot of different kinds of people here. I know people who live near downtown, in Old Louisville, and on Central avenue. They're afraid their property is going to be damaged. In fact, someone busted out my sister's car window. They didn't take anything, they just broke the back window because they could. Whether you agree or disagree with the verdict that was found, rioting isn't helping anyone. Its just damaging the community and innocent people's lives and livelihoods. Protesting is fine, I agree with it, but while you condemn violence by the police (and those who would seek to promote racial inequality who have also been seen engaging protesters), also condemn violence done by those who would say they are fighting for the same reasons you protest. It is easy to tell the person you disagree with not to be violent. It's much harder to tell someone who claims to be on your side the same thing. People are shooting and assaulting police officers for the uniform they wear. That speaks of a mindset that is prejudice and unproductive to making improvements in our community. Its an election year. Speak with your votes. Know who every candidate on your ballot is and what they stand for. Most importantly, stay informed and reach your own opinions about the important things. Don't believe the word of anyone unless they can prove what they are saying about anything in the News. Objectivity is hard to come by these days, but its the most important tool we have to make decisions. To anyone else in and around Louisville; Stay safe. Hug your loved ones.

    Rakkis97Rakkis972 mánuðum síðan
  • Imagine if doctors were refused medical treatment. Imagine that. Imagine a doctor wit ha horrible injuring and not giving them help. Mental right? Very silly situation. So why don't cops get arrested? If arrests are good, why are cops unable to serve jail time? If they aren't willing to do it to themselves, then they have bad intentions. They know what they're doing is wrong. And now we know too.

    Tails ClockTails Clock2 mánuðum síðan
    • Scott Bullerman “Absolutely nothing wrong.” Yes, and Taylor mysteriously died of a heart attack

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Cops do go to jail... when they do something wrong. In this case, the cop who fired blindly into the apartment (hitting nobody) and was fired will likely spend time in jail. The cops who shot Breonna won’t go to jail because they did absolutely nothing wrong.

      Scott BullermanScott BullermanMánuði síðan
  • I’m a little confused here. So the stray bullets that fell into the neighboring apartment are considered wanton endangerment because it could have killed or injured someone who should not have been in danger, but the bullets that were fired into the apartment itself and actually struck and killed an innocent person does not constitute the same offense? I would understand the double standard if it was the shooter who got hit, but it was the unarmed civilian who died. So why is the life of the neighbor more important that the life of the life of the person living in the apartment? If wanton endangerment applied to the neighbor, it should also apply to Taylor.

    Raven BloodRaven Blood2 mánuðum síðan
    • Çerastes Even suspects can be innocent.

      Henry MudgettHenry MudgettMánuði síðan
    • Çerastes But she wasn’t the one shooting. Being a suspect for money laundering doesn’t label you fair game for stray bullets you know

      Raven BloodRaven Blood2 mánuðum síðan
    • Taylor was not innocent tho... she was a suspect.

      ÇerastesÇerastes2 mánuðum síðan
  • I can only begin to think how devastated Taylor's family could be. This is stupid, how corrupt can these cops become.

    JamesJames2 mánuðum síðan
    • You have no clue what you are talking about

      ÇerastesÇerastes2 mánuðum síðan
  • So I guess life is worth about 12 million dollars today. Maybe they could've taken that 12 million dollars and buy everyone in the department body cameras. What is this country coming to? Those police officers need to go to jail. Period. If someone came in my house they better watch out for a storm of bullets.

    Indy Custom MadeIndy Custom Made2 mánuðum síðan
    • Go to jail for what? For doing their job?

      ÇerastesÇerastes2 mánuðum síðan
  • Came for Jojo... Left cause it was the wrong Jojo...

    Mr HupwopMr Hupwop2 mánuðum síðan
  • Do people actually listen to these people??

    Ryan DillRyan Dill2 mánuðum síðan
  • Why are people suddenly defending him saying he prolly "thought it was a home invasion." If it was a real home invasion and he ended up killing one of the invaders, ya'll would be saying he shouldve made a warning or fired a warning shot first, and then go on to protest about gun violence.

    Jaja BoiJaja Boi2 mánuðum síðan
  • In regards to the Breonna Taylor situation.... I am disgusted and saddened. I don’t want another random internet fight, so I will not get into it, but what a miscarriage of justice. They shot and killed an innocent woman and are still sweeping things under the rug, and that is wrong.

    ChelseaChelsea2 mánuðum síðan
    • You people have no clue what you are talking about. Breonna was not innocent. She was a suspect in drug trafficking business run by her ex bf... she also was not sleeping. During the incident she was with Kenneth in their appartment hallway.

      ÇerastesÇerastes2 mánuðum síðan
    • Agreed. If the cops didn't enter the house screaming "Police!" then they are 100% at fault for her death for returning fire. I don't agree with the race card though. If it was some white guy and he fired first they would have done the same thing. End No-Knock warrants, and give them body cams so we can hear them announcing. If they suspected drugs, why wouldn't they assume weapons, legal or not, to be on the premises too. It's America. People will shoot if they feel like it's their only option. He even did the right thing by calling 911 as well. Originally I was on the side of firing just the one officer, but it was a failure as a group that lead to her death. Charges need to be laid. They all need to go.

      DR4GONSTEARDR4GONSTEAR2 mánuðum síðan
  • Accounts have been heavily disputed by people who weren’t there.

    Dallas Cowboys HighlightsDallas Cowboys Highlights2 mánuðum síðan
  • stop calling me bustard

    xpaperstarxpaperstar2 mánuðum síðan
  • This makes me so angry. I graduated from Berkeley in 2012 and am still paying off those loans and I worked my goddamn ass off.

    Amanda MillerAmanda Miller2 mánuðum síðan
  • Seriously defranco 150k is now the “rich” with different rules stop just stop

    David buschschulteDavid buschschulte2 mánuðum síðan
  • Cops make mistakes, we get it, but people also make mistakes, and people are held accountable for those mistakes, why aren’t cops? I couldn’t just kill someone and say “well I thought...”

    xwr3ksh0pxxwr3ksh0px2 mánuðum síðan
    • The killing was justified that’s why duh 🙄

      seventy roses_seventy roses_2 mánuðum síðan
  • A correction, Breonna Taylor was not an EMT, she was an ER technician, basically doing a CNA's job in ER. It is important to be factual when speaking. Being described as an EMT implies that she was a college graduate with additional training as EMT. I did not get to listen to all of your post, after I'm done I will post again.

    Lynn L PickeringLynn L Pickering2 mánuðum síðan
  • The colleges should be punished ;however, the students that are already enrolled should not get disciplined because they still need to perform in the classes in order to graduate. Yes their parents tried to bribe the college, but the college was the one to make the changes and accept the bribe.

    watchman703watchman7032 mánuðum síðan
  • Grand juries hear an incredible amount of information. I sat for five weeks on an officer involved shooting grand jury. The city gave the family a four million dollar payout before the grand jury met. They should have waited until after grand jury. After listening to 170 witnesses, we determined it was a good, but unfortunate, shooting.

    David BuchananDavid Buchanan2 mánuðum síðan
  • I CALL BULLSHIT!!! How the hell is it you had one witness and yet y’all had a no knock policy in order?

    Aye AllyAye Ally2 mánuðum síðan
    • there was actually like 12 witnesses as I heard just that only one claimed the cops ever announced that they were cops the other 11 supposedly all claim there was only a knock and no announcement

      Special BastardSpecial Bastard2 mánuðum síðan
  • No justice. No peace.

    Dr. BloomDr. Bloom2 mánuðum síðan
    • @seventy roses_ not just about her kid

      Dr. BloomDr. BloomMánuði síðan
    • She’s still gonna be dead lol

      seventy roses_seventy roses_2 mánuðum síðan
  • Can someone explain to me why Breonna's death in a shootout with her boyfriend is any different than putting the other people in other apartments in danger? She wasn't the one shooting, she wasn't the one making them "fear for their lives".

    tweetspie06tweetspie062 mánuðum síðan
  • Here's the double standard: if I attempt to defend myself and an unarmed innocent person is shot and killed because of me, I would get charged with a *AT LEAST* manslaughter. If a cop does it, they get a slap on the wrist

    The_Alaskan_YetiThe_Alaskan_Yeti2 mánuðum síðan
    • well yeah its the cops' JOB to kill people

      Special BastardSpecial Bastard2 mánuðum síðan
  • Glad the guy announcing the charges of breona is BLACK cause you all would lose your mind if he was white 🙄

    seventy roses_seventy roses_2 mánuðum síðan
    • People lost their minds anyway you useless peanut. It has nothing to do with that and everything to do with an innocent BLACK woman not getting justice after being shot dead in her own home.

      Zoha BaigZoha Baig2 mánuðum síðan
  • when you have to start curfews and send in the national guard based on how you know rational humans will react to gross injustice. You're on the wrong fucking side of the fence.

    Nerd FictionNerd Fiction2 mánuðum síðan
  • For most people if they have a gun and they think someone is breaking into their place they will shoot at the unknown person. But just know that if you shoot and hit a cop no matter where you are, you should pretty much expect return fire. The whole thing was a terrible tragedy and legally the decision was correct to not charge the officers. They were just doing their job and, even though they made some critical mistakes, they shot only after being fired upon. This should not be considered an issue of systemic racism or a miscarriage of justice, but a tragic loss of an innocent life. Very sad for Breonna, but she was caught up in the crimes of the people she surrounded herself with. It was their fault, not the cops.

    Love LifeLove Life2 mánuðum síðan
  • as a louisville citizen, it’s been horrible here. the police are inciting riots and brutally beating protestors in the streets. oh, and fuck daniel cameron. he’s a joke. mayor fischer too, but i can’t vote cameron out so it makes me more mad. though i am happy phil pronounced louisville right

    Adam ScottAdam Scott2 mánuðum síðan
  • whats this text shit he drones on about ? is it a lazier version of only fans ?

    Viking JackViking Jack2 mánuðum síðan
  • Ah man, if only accidentally killing someone for military personnel or everyone else resulted in no consequences. Involuntary manslaughter exists for the exact instance of accidentally killing someone. They killed a non-combatant. A 19 year old would be locked up in Leavenworth, why do grown men get away with it when they're job is to server and protect. Not do whatever they want in absolute immunity.

    Church of CabooseChurch of Caboose2 mánuðum síðan
  • Breonna Taylor was NOT shot while sleeping in her bed, she was awake, in her hallway. She was NOT an EMT at the time of her death; she was forced to quit YEARS ago, because a dead body was found in a car rented under her name; the victim was an "associate" of her drug dealing boyfriend. Even though a "no-knock" warrant WAS issued, the officers DID knock. Her neighbors testified under oath, that the police announced themselves BEFORE trying to enter her apartment. Her boyfriend shot a cop, BEFORE police fired their first round. She was STILL aiding and abetting her previous boyfriend's drug dealing operation; she and her car were surveilled delivering drugs to his "trap house" on numerous occasions. She was STILL stashing his drug money at her house. Her address was on record as being his current address on bank records. Her ex-boyfriend blamed her at-the-time boyfriend for her death, NOT the police. For the uneducated and willfully ignorant: It was NOT the DA who determined the police officers should not be indicted, it was a GRAND JURY, the most impartial of all arbiters. Her address and vehicle WERE on the warrant. The Left and media HAVE been lying to you! It's unfortunate that she was shot and died, but the police did NOTHING wrong. If people want to BLM(Burn, Loot, Murder) over the grand jury's decision, apply the law to THEM. Breonna was involved with, and profiting from drug trafficking. Blame her, her boyfriend or her ex-boyfriend for her death, NOT the police.

    Ben RuckusBen Ruckus2 mánuðum síðan
    • Exactly, police were very brave in this case!! They should be awarded metals of honour!!

      seventy roses_seventy roses_2 mánuðum síðan
    • citations needed

      Special BastardSpecial Bastard2 mánuðum síðan
  • No talk about Democrats and Nancy Pelosi blatantly misrepresenting the facts in the BT case to cause moral outrage... Im not surprised youre not talking about it, but i thought id make another point on PDS ever increasing bias

    LT GavinLT Gavin2 mánuðum síðan
  • No knock warrants mean doesn't require knocking nor announcements. So the cops involved didn't have to knock or announce which they addition there was packages in the apartment for her ex boyfriend. Also there was credible evidence to serve the warrant along with the 5 other warrants issued in the same matter to begin with...helps to get the full picture and not just the highlights of said case.

    Blake ChristiansenBlake Christiansen2 mánuðum síðan
    • Huge difference between a tragedy and actual criminal homicide.

      Blake ChristiansenBlake Christiansen2 mánuðum síðan
  • The whole investigation can. BE found and you can read it at you can read everything

    Corey BrowningCorey Browning2 mánuðum síðan
  • Justice is arresting Breonna Taylor's killers. That man says the officers shots were justified to open fire, but was it justified to shoot an unarmed woman in her own home? She was not the one shooting. Her death should not even bring the question "Should we arrest all of them?" the answer should already be known as yes. People don't want revenge, they want proper charges for the CRIME these officers committed.

    Marissa DeasisMarissa Deasis2 mánuðum síðan
    • She got caught in the cross fire of police defending their own lives from a barbaric savage boo hoo

      seventy roses_seventy roses_2 mánuðum síðan
    • How is it cop's fault that Breonna's scummy bf used her as a human shield?

      ÇerastesÇerastes2 mánuðum síðan
  • I think when it comes to all the protests Brianna illustrates what I believe they're fighting against the most yet they made more noise for the Repeat offenders (whom still didn't deserve to die) but Brianna unlike the others was completely innocent and seemingly killed and profiled for simply being Black this makes me very sad.

    Matt WilliamsMatt Williams2 mánuðum síðan
    • @Çerastes and were is this proof of trafficking? So because she dated and subsequently left a loser she's guilty? No proof of any kind has been provided but maybe she guilty because she's black huh? Only white people can be innocent you just come out the womb a criminal if you're black. You're an ignorant asshole who reads facebook headlines and think it's true. Go back to your conspiracy theories.

      Matt WilliamsMatt Williams2 mánuðum síðan
    • Breonna was not innocent. She was involved in drug trafficking with her ex bf Jamarcus.

      ÇerastesÇerastes2 mánuðum síðan