Breonna Taylor Mural

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Breaking today: the officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor will not face charges for her death. One of the three officers has been indicted on charges for "wanton endangerment." None of the charges reflect the shooting of Ms Taylor.


Breonna Taylor's case has been a national outcry for justice ever since her tragic death March 13th of this year. Taylor was at home in bed when the police offers broke down her apartment door and entered with warrant for a narcotics investigation.

Upon hearing the decision by the jury, social media went into uproar including tweets of celebrities speaking out.

Kerry Washington

Kerry Washington was one of the first to speak out about the decision with this tweet urging Americans to vote and make a difference.

Padma Lakshmi

Padma Lakshmi took the opportunity to educate her audience with a large thread of tweets which outlined Ms Taylor's case up until the jury decision today. The television host advocated for justice as well as reporting the facts.

Jamal Crawford

American basketball player, Jamal Crawford, also sent out a series of tweets calling for change.

Ron Perlman

Actor, Ron Perlman, pointed out the charge one of the officers will face and its relation to the case.

Tyler Oakley

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BeBe Zahara Benet

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Aly & AJ

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Lesley-Ann Brandt

Brandt is a south African actress known for many television roles in New Zealand as well as the series Lucifer.

Finneas

Brother and collaborator to Billie Eilish, Finneas was to the point.

Mia Farrow

Former actress and model turned activist, Mia Farrow tweeted this thought.

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