BREAKING: Kentucky AG Charges One Officer In Breonna Taylor Case — Hundreds Of Protesters Flood Streets, Prepared To Riot

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Hundreds of protesters have ascended on downtown Louisville, Kentucky as Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced only one officer will be charged in the shooting of Breonna Taylor. The charges, however, are for wanton endangerment, not murder or manslaughter.

A grand jury indicted former Louisville police officer Sgt. Brett Hankinson on Wednesday for three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree in the death of Breonna Taylor.

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As we reported earlier today, the city of Louisville locked down in preparation for protests.

Hundreds of protesters has started marching in the streets from downtown Louisville, near the courthouse, to the east end of the city where it becomes residential.

Many protesters have been seen wielding weapons, including rifles and handguns, hammers and shields.

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