Louisville restricts access to downtown ahead of expected Breonna Taylor decision


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Authorities in Louisville, Kentucky, are restricting access to its downtown area and setting up vehicle barricades ahead of a grand jury's coming decision in the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor.

The restrictions are going in place "to ensure the area is as safe as possible for those coming downtown to express their First Amendment Rights, as well as those who live and work in the area," the Louisville Metro Police Department said in a statement on Tuesday morning.


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Wise idea given the unlikelihood of charges being brought and the level of tension in this case. A tragedy of errors led to her death but is it criminal?


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Smart move.

Or could just let the burn loot murder organization finish the job.
Was there two months ago downtown, and man what ashamed as to how that place looks.


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Probably smart to keep the "outsiders" out. Their goal is to incite violence and damage and discredit peaceful protesters.
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It will make us stronger in the end hopefully. We must support the rule of law. If that breaks we have a temporary fix
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

But, we must do everything possible to support our police. It's hard to watch, but we must remain calm. Get out and say thanks to your local police. Let them know you support them. The National Guard will help when called. Make no mistake, Law and Order must rule one way or another.