Strike for Breonna, Strike Against Police Terror
It’s official: the officers who killed Breonna Taylor will not be charged. While tragic, this is not surprising — the police, capitalism’s guard dogs, protect capital and the status quo and are therefore protected by the system they serve. Justice for Breonna Taylor and other victims killed by cops will not come through the courts. We must continue to protest and we must strike. We need to take action against racist cops and the capitalist system the institution of policing serves to protect.
Mike PappasSeptember 27, 2020
Louisville Court Rules That Breonna Taylor’s Life Doesn’t Matter
A grand jury in Louisville has let Breonna Taylor’s murderers walk free. Only one cop has been charged with anything at all, and only for shooting stray bullets into neighboring apartments. This shows, once again, that to the courts, the cops, and the entire capitalist class, Black Lives Do Not Matter.
Tatiana CozzarelliSeptember 23, 2020
Louisville Police Are Restricting Breonna Taylor Protesters’ Right to Protest
In Louisville, where Breonna Taylor was murdered, police are repressing BLM protests by deeming them illegal. These restrictions are undemocratic and are a desperate act of the racist, capitalist state.
Carmin MaffeaAugust 13, 2020
87 People Face Felony Charges for a Sit-In for Breonna Taylor While Her Killers Remain Free
On Tuesday, 87 protesters in Louisville, Kentucky were arrested after a demonstration outside the Kentucky Attorney General’s house to demand justice for Breonna Taylor. Meanwhile, none of the cops who murdered Taylor have been arrested.
Tatiana CozzarelliJuly 16, 2020
Why Is the City Still Protecting the Cops Who Murdered Breonna Taylor?
Breonna Taylor was murdered by three police in her own apartment. The announcement that one of them will be fired shows authorities feel some pressure from the tens of thousands of people demanding justice. But none of them have been arrested for the murder they committed.
Daniel WerstJune 27, 2020
Louisville PD is Trying to Cover up Breonna Taylor’s Murder. Don’t Let Them.
The Louisville Metro Police Department has released the incident report from the night of Breonna Taylor’s death. One problem: it’s essentially blank. The attempted cover-up of the case illustrates the “systemic” in systemic racism and the complicity of everyone in the criminal justice system.
Olivia WoodJune 12, 2020
Police Shot Breonna Taylor in Her Bed — Then They Arrested Her Partner
Police officers in Louisville, Kentucky, murdered Breonna Taylor after bursting into her apartment as she slept and opening fire. Then her partner was arrested for attempted murder after he defended himself from an unannounced home invasion by the Louisville PD.
Enid BrainMay 25, 2020