Young African American Breonna Taylor (Breonna Taylor) died when an officer mistakenly shot her at her house
U.S. Presidential Administration, Joe BidenAnnounced this Monday that it has targeted Louisville Police (Kentucky, U.S.) The death of this young black woman more than a year ago Breonna Taylor, Who is the agent at home Be misunderstood.
These investigations will be the responsibility of the US Attorney General Merrick Garland, who explained in a statement that his goal is to determine whether the Louisville police passed any investigations.n “mode” or “practice”, That might be illegal or Breach of warranty Collected in the constitution.
Specifically, the government wants to see if the Louisville police incur “Discriminatory” practices Just like black citizens were arrested disproportionately.
It will also determine the existence of training and mechanisms to determine whether agents may participate in racist attitudes.
This is the second investigation of the local police force announced by the Biden administration.
Last week, Garland said Minneapolis Police (Minnesota, U.S.) to determine whether Racist customs.
The news was released the day after former agent Derek Joven was convicted of the murder of African American George Floyd (George Floyd).
In Taylor’s case, the woman was shot and killed on March 13 last year when three white police officers broke into her apartment for a search warrant, which was allegedly looking for drug, They didn’t find it.
The officer broke into their home in plain clothes, so the woman’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker mistaken them for criminals and opened fire.
However, agents must ensure that they identify themselves as Police Department In Walker, Walker claimed that he had not heard.
The police fired 32 shots, and Taylor was killed.
Of the three policemen who broke into the house, no one was charged with death. Taylor Although two of them were fired.
The leaders of the black Kentucky community accused the police and state attorney general, Republican Daniel Cameron, of trying to cover up what happened.