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Termination Upheld For Cop Who Shot Breonna Taylor

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According to a Jefferson County Circuit Court, the police officer who shot  Breonna Taylor will remain without a job on the Louisville Metro Police Force.


March 13th, 2020, Officer Myles Cosgrove reportedly fired 16 shots after police used a battering ram to enter the apartment where Taylor and her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker were lying in bed.


Reportedly Cosgrove was not charged with any wrongdoing because he received false information about the search warrant.


Breonna Taylor was killed during the police raid.


She was only 26 years old.