LMPD Declares State Of Emergency Ahead Of Decision In Breonna Taylor Case

The LMPD (Louisville Metro Police Department) has declared a state of emergency ahead of Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s announcement in the Breonna Taylor case.

According to multiple sources within the department, effective immediately all requested days off and vacation requests have been canceled.

See the Memorandums for yourself:

Officers are already erecting fences on the streets surrounding Injustice Square…

Here are more photos of the fences…

LMPD spokesman Lamont Washington said:

The public may also see barriers being staged around downtown, which is another part of our preparations. It is important to note that the AG has said there is no timetable for the announcement.

I’ve been around long enough to know all of the signs are not pointing in the direction of justice.

My prayers are with the family of Breonna Taylor and everyone who has been fighting for justice for this young queen.


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