Justice & Peace: Brian Buckmire Examines Elijah McClain, Summer Taylor, Breonna Taylor & Myra Moore

Elijah McClain died August 2019 after interaction with police. Photos showed officers reenacting the scene at the site of Elijah McClain’s death. Three officers were fired, One resigned after photos were discovered. The photos were shared via text message to an officer who was involved in McClain’s death. Former Officer Jason Rosenblatt responded with “Haha” to the texts. The photographs were taken sometime in October 2019. No charges filed in death of McClain.

A peaceful protest on I-5 highway ended in tragedy. A video shows a vehicle intentionally hitting two protesters. Summer Taylor, 24, died due to her injuries. Diaz Love, 32, is hospitalized in critical condition. Dawit Kelete, 27, was arrested in connection with the crime. Protesters shut down the interstate for 19 days in a row. Officials will now bar protesters from I-5 interstate.

Breonna Taylor, 26, was killed during a no-knock warrant. The Family’s attorney stated that a warrant was connected to a gentrification plan. The attorney also stated that the search warrant “Robbed Breonna of her life.” The family says the police “Deliberately misled” narcotics detectives. Detective Brett Hankinson was fired due to the warrant execution. No actions have been taken against other officers involved.

A WNBA star helps to overturn a wrongful conviction. Maya Moore sat out an entire season in the pursuit of justice. Moore met Irons in 2007 during a prison ministry. Jonathan Irons was released after his 1998 conviction was overturned. Irons was wrongfully convicted of burglary and assault. No witness, fingerprints, or DNA ever tied Irons to the crime. Irons, 40, served 22 years of the 50-year sentence.

Brian Buckmire’s Guests:
Austin R. Dove – Trial Attorney & Co-founder, Protesters Defense Alliance
Joseph Richardson – Civil Rights Attorney

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