Local attorney ‘not surprised’ by Breonna Taylor decision

Reaction continues to the decision in Louisville regarding the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor. One police officer was charged yesterday with endangering Breonna Taylor’s neighbors, but the officers involved with the killing of Taylor were not charged. Kentucky’s attorney general called the shooting a “tragedy but not a crime.” We talked about the decision with noted local attorney Mel McDonald, who said he was not surprised by the decision.

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Mel McDonald, Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Arizona

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