Louisville protests: NFAC leader explains accidental discharge

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Black militia leader: Media blew shooting at Louisville march out of proportionSarah Ladd and Ben Tobin
“One individual got hit in the leg, one man got hit right here in the shoulder, the other lady got struck in the arm,” Johnson said.”Despite reports from some national media outlets, the militia groups never ever came into contact with each other and were separated by barriers set up by Louisville Metro Police from the beginning of the presentations Saturday.Not tired at all: After 60 days, Breonna Taylor protests develop however preserve resolveWith several hundred members in participation, the NFAC marched quietly in development from Baxter Park to Jefferson Square Park in downtown Louisville to demand justice for Breonna Taylor, an unarmed Black woman fatally shot by police on March 13.

“One individual got hit in the leg, one dude got hit right here in the shoulder, the other lady got hit in the arm,” Johnson stated.”Despite reports from some nationwide media outlets, the militia groups never ever came into contact with each other and were separated by barricades set up by Louisville Metro Police from the start of the demonstrations Saturday.Not tired at all: After 60 days, Breonna Taylor protests evolve however maintain resolveWith a number of hundred members in participation, the NFAC marched in harmony in development from Baxter Park to Jefferson Square Park in downtown Louisville to require justice for Breonna Taylor, an unarmed Black female fatally shot by authorities on March 13.