The Department of Justice announced Sunday the arrest of a man officials say threatened to kill police officers in exchange for money in a social media video.What are the details?The Justice Department said in a press released it arrested 29-year-old Cortez Lamont Edwards, a resident of Louisville, Kentucky.Edwards is accused of posting a video toContinue reading "Man arrested for allegedly threatening to kill cops in exchange for money while flashing gun in Facebook video"
Black Lives Matter activists attempted to pressure a store owner into supporting their causes, but the man wasn't about to be bullied into blindly agreeing with them. An armed man was guarding his store in Louisville on Friday night. He was protecting his business because it was firebombed the night before when riots erupted, whichContinue reading "Black Lives Matter activists try to bully Louisville store owner, but he doesn't back down: 'Nobody can intimidate me'"
Protesters in Louisville, Kentucky, marched and rallied peacefully for several hours as of 11:00 p.m. EST on Friday, in what was the third evening of demonstrations held in protest of a grand jury's decision Wednesday not to charge three police officers in the death of Breonna Taylor, who was killed in a police raid inContinue reading "Louisville protests peaceful on third evening after Breonna Taylor decision"
Protests in Louisville were less violent Thursday night, calming down significantly from the previous night, during which two Louisville Metropolitan Police Department officers were shot, the Courier Journal reported.Thursday was the second night since the grand jury decision not to charge any officers for killing Breonna Taylor during a raid on her home in March.Continue reading "Buildings, vehicles vandalized on second night of Breonna Taylor protests, but no recorded attacks on citizens or police after two cops were shot Wednesday"
Two reporters from the conservative website the Daily Caller were arrested during the protests in Louisville, Kentucky, Wednesday night, and thus far authorities in Louisville appear determined to detain and charge them just like other suspects who were arrested as part of a mass sweep to enforce the city's curfew. The report from the DailyContinue reading "Two Daily Caller reporters arrested during Louisville protests"
The interim chief of the Louisville Metro Police Department said that a suspect was in custody after the shooting of two officers during the violent protests over the death of Breonna Taylor. Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder said in a short media briefing on Wednesday evening that the two officers were in stable condition, andContinue reading "Louisville Police Department says one suspect in custody after two officers shot during Breonna Taylor protests"
The Louisville Metro Police Dept. said that two officers had been shot during the violent protests in Louisville, Kentucky, over the charges announced against one officer related to the death of Breonna Taylor. Black Lives Matter protesters immediately denounced the announcement of charges against only one of the officers involved the controversial shooting death thatContinue reading "Two police officers shot during violent protests in Louisville over Breonna Taylor"
One former Louisville Metropolitan Police Department officer was charged Wednesday in the death of Breonna Taylor, with the two other involved officers avoiding charges altogether, USA Today reported.Former LMPD Sgt. Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment for allegedly firing his gun recklessly into Taylor's apartment on March 13 during an overnightContinue reading "One officer charged in Breonna Taylor's death, mayor implements 72-hour curfew to limit potential riots"
Sometimes those peaceful, gun-shunning leftists can surprise you. Seems one of them who took part in a Louisville protest march Friday evening pointed a gun at a motorist — and to top it off, the arrestee is a convicted felon, WDRB-TV reported. What are the details? Louisville Metro Police on Saturday released video taken fromContinue reading "Left-wing protester — who's also a convicted felon — arrested after pointing gun at Louisville motorist"
A Louisville Metropolitan Police Department officer sent an email to approximately 1,000 fellow officers at 2 a.m. Tuesday criticizing protesters, city officials, department leadership, and the FBI as he awaits a decision on whether he will be charged in Breonna Taylor's death, Vice News reported.The email, written by Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly and obtained by ViceContinue reading "Officer involved in Breonna Taylor's death sends message to fellow officers slamming protesters, FBI: 'Don't put up with their s**t'"