Breonna Taylor killing: attorney general calls for calm as no officers directly charged

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    The Kentucky attorney general, Daniel Cameron, urged protesters to make their voices heard peacefully after only one police officer involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor, Brett Hankison, was indicted by a grand jury. Hankinson faces three charges of wanton endangerment for endangering people living in nearby apartments, but he was not charged for shooting Taylor. The other two officers present, who also fired multiple times at Taylor in her apartment, were not charged Breonna Taylor killing: Kentucky grand jury indicts one officer on criminal charges US politics live

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