With The Nation Awaiting Louisville’s Attorney General, The City Prepares For Impending Riots Following His Findings In The Investigation On The Shooting Of Breonna Taylor
Good news is unlikely for the rioters and miscreants of Louisville, but the non-savage, peace-loving members of American society can cautiously rejoice following a series of reports that came out today.
It appears that the officers involved in the shooting of Breonna Taylor will be cleared and the shooting declared lawful, according to Nationalist Review’s interpretation of crisis contingency plans currently being prepared by the city and state government. The mayor’s office has told the University of Louisville’s trauma ward that they will be given advanced notice of the announcement so that they may prepare their facilities. Additionally, Governor Andy Beshear has committed to mobilizing the National Guard to defend the hospital if needed.
All of this points to one thing: rioters, upon hearing the news, will once again riot.
Black Lives Matter members in Louisville, Kentucky have been marching for over 100 days in response to the death of Breonna Taylor. Taylor was shot during the execution of a search warrant at her residence for her alleged involvement in a drug ring. Louisville Police, after announcing their intention to search the premises, were fired upon by her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker. Walker wounded one officer, prompting police returned fire. As a result, Taylor was shot eight times and died at the scene.
Local Fox affiliate, WDRB reported on Mayor Greg Fischer’s agreement with the hospital:
The University of Louisville’s top healthcare executive said the university had received no notice as of 4 p.m. Tuesday that a decision in the Breonna Taylor investigation is coming, but that Mayor Greg Fischer’s office and “the state” have “committed” to alert U of L in advance so its downtown community trauma hospital can prepare.
However, Fischer and his interim police chief said earlier Tuesday that even they haven’t been told the timing of the decision. “We have been in touch and we have gotten commitments from the state and the mayor’s office that if there is going to be any announcement on the Breonna Taylor investigation, that we will get advanced notice so that we can plan associated with that,” U of L Health CEO Tom Miller told colleagues during a public board meeting.
Miller added that Louisville police set up “a perimeter” around University Hospital on Tuesday and that Gov. Andy Beshear has pledged to deploy National Guard troops around the hospital if needed.