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No one would have been shot and no one would have died if police had not burst down the door into an apartment after midnight.
End the Drug War.
So, a society where law enforcement can burst into your living quarters after midnight because somebody told them there might be drugs there ... is okay with some of y'all?
Re the warrant that resulted in #Breonna Taylor's death:
The warrant specifically is a "no-knock" warrant.
The police, nevertheless, say they knocked and announced themselves.
I address how effective a "knock and announce" can be in my livestream yesterday.
Check it out.
Breonna Taylor and no-knock warrants and the drug war.