Louisville passes ban on no-knock warrants called “Breonna’s Law”


CBS — Officials in Louisville, Kentucky, passed a ban on no-knock warrants, named “Breonna’s Law,” after EMT Breonna Taylor was shot dead by plainclothes police officers who mistakenly thought they were executing a drug bust. Taylor was sleeping in bed at the time, and was shot at least eight times. Jericka Duncan reports on the ongoing investigation into her death.

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