Tamika Palmer says she will not give up on gaining justice for her daughter as the 1-year anniversary of Breonna Taylor's death inches closer.


Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, famously called out by Megan Thee Stallion, did the absolute minimum when it came to seeking justice for Breonna Taylor, the innocent Black woman killed whiles sleeping in her bed during a botched police raid. So much so, that members of the Grand Jury are calling for his impeachment.

Ben Crump called for a new, independent prosecutor to re-open the legal investigation into Breonna Taylor's killing after a grand juror suggested that the Kentucky attorney general's office lied.

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Kenneth Walker, the grief-stricken boyfriend of Breonna Taylor shared his thoughts in his first national TV interview since Taylor’s death at the hands of the Louisville Metro Police Department on March 13.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron files a motion to block an anonymous juror's request to make Breonna Taylor grand jury files public. The decision comes after Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, Detective Myles Cosgrove, and former Detective Brett Hankison avoided charges directly related to Taylor's death.

Again, Daniel Cameron can respond to celebrities but can't arrest the killers that murdered Breonna Taylor.

After a Grand Jury came back with a verdict that had absolutely nothing to do with Breonna Taylor’s death nor was her name even spoken when Daniel Cameron gave a press conference giving the Grand Jury’s decision.  Breonna Taylor’s mother’s response was “I never had faith in Daniel Cameron to begin with,” and that’s when […]

As protest broke out all over the world after the reading of the Louisville, KY, Grand Jury’s decision to basically only charge 1 officer for firing his gun in the Breonna Taylor no-knock warrant fiasco that ultimately took her life, however he is not being charged for killing the 26 year old emergency room medical […]

Ben Crump said Breonna Taylor's family is "offended" at the weak charge for one ex-cop and that they're "trying to figure out what did the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron present to the grand jury."

Multiple sources in Louisville are reporting at least two police officers were shot Wednesday evening during protests following the grand jury's decision to only charge one officer in relation to the shooting death of Breonna Taylor.

The announcement comes more than six months after Taylor's death.