The Defendants then proceeded to spray gunfire into the residence with a total disregard for the value of human life. Louisville Courier Journal. The primary targets of the LMPD investigation were Jamarcus Glover and Adrian Walker, who were suspected of selling controlled substances from a drug house more than 10 miles away.
On June 10 the Louisville city council voted unanimously to ban no-knock search warrants. For weeks after Taylor's death, there was very little public reaction or response from government officials. The participants stopped at historical civil rights sites, and speakers called for the end of racial injustice and told the stories of the people affiliated with the sites.
It states that Taylor and Walker were sleeping in their bedroom before the incident happened, and that the police officers were in unmarked vehicles. Black Lives Matter. On May 27, one Louisville police sergeant said that "The comment section is full of 'All cops need to die' and 'Kill pigs' and things like that" and that several days earlier, while responding to a call near Taylor's apartment, multiple people threw pieces of concrete at police officers who were uninjured and then ran away.
None of the officers were wearing body cameras, as all three were plainclothes narcotics officers.
The case could be presented to a grand jury again after reviewing the results of the FBI's and the Kentucky Attorney General's Office's investigations. At the same time, Taylor's sister, Juniyah Palmer, posted on her Facebook page, "At this point y'all are no longer doing this for my sister!
He's expected to survive. Conklin also was a member of the CCA football team. Colby Conklin. Retrieved June 8,
Caption Close. The Courier Journal. Taylor had access to the girl as he's a friend of her family, prosecutors have said.