Hella Berry joins the likes of Mariah Carey and Louise Hamilton to honor Bryo Taylor, who was shot by the Louisville Metro Police Department as he served a no-knock warrant at his home in March.
Halle, 54, Maria, 50, and Louise, 35, all took to their Instagram account on Monday to share a picture of themselves wearing a charity protest t-shirt.
On the T-shirt, it is said: ‘Aroops the Cops who killed Bryo Taylor’ Say ‘his name below’ with a picture of the 26-year-old’s face.
Honors: Halle Berry joins the likes of Mariah Carey and Louise Hamilton to honor Bray Taylor, who was shot by the Louisville Metro Police Department because he gave a no-knock warrant at her home in March.
The T-shirt is created by the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign in partnership with the Brio Taylor Foundation, with all the benefits being the latter.
The three officers who fired their weapons that night were constantly at the center of the public backlash, with protesters accusing them of firing and killing.
One of the officers, Brett Hankinson, was ‘indiscriminately’ fired from outside for 10 indiscriminate firing at Taylor’s apartment. The other two, John Mattingly and Miles Cosgrove, remain in force on administrative assignments.
Posting a picture of her T-shirt from front and back, Halle wrote alongside her photo: ‘It’s been 6 months since first-responder #BreonnaTaylor was murdered in her house, sleeping in her bed was.
Protest: Halle, 54, Maria, 50, left, and Lewis, 35, right, all took to their Instagram account on Monday to share a photo of themselves wearing a charity protest t-shirt.
T-shirt: On the T-shirt, it is said: ‘arrest the policemen who killed Brio Taylor with a picture of the face of the 26-year-old who’ say his name ‘.
Statements: Posting a picture of her T-shirt from front and back, Halle wrote alongside her photo: ‘It’s been 6 months since first-responder #BreonnaTaylor was murdered in her house while she was sleeping in her house. ‘
‘He still deserves justice – we have not forgotten, and we will not forget. Let’s keep speaking … until our voice is heard! ‘
Maria also shared two photos of herself in a protest T-shirt, writing: ‘It’s been six months since #BreonnaTaylor, a frontline medical worker, was killed in a’ no-knock ‘raid targeting the wrong apartment.
‘Medical workers like him save lives every day – but police violence claims that black lives are going on at almost the same pace. His murder makes him very bad at the moment. Now, more than ever we have to be connected and alert.
‘Follow @wearepushblack to read more about her story and for a daily dose of inspirational, #BlackHistory stories to inspire us.’
Mariah also shared two photos of herself in a protest T-shirt, she wrote: ‘It’s been six months since #BreonnaTaylor, a frontline medical worker was shot and killed in a’ no-knock ‘raid targeting the wrong apartment.’
On track: Formula One World Champion posted a photo wearing a T-shirt on the track at the Tuscan Grand Prix
While Lewis captioned her photo with him: ‘#JusticeForBreonnaTaylor ed’.
The Formula One world champion posted a photo of herself wearing a T-shirt on the track at the Tuscan Grand Prix.
He said: It has been 6 months since Brian Taylor was murdered by policemen in his own house. Still no justice was given. We will not be silent. #JusticeForBreonnaTaylor. ‘
However Lewis is now facing an FIA investigation for wearing a ‘political’ T-shirt at Sunday’s Tuscan Grand Prix.
He wore a T-shirt during the ‘Kneeling’ ceremony and celebrated his 90th career victory as God Save the Queen on the podium.
Warrant: Bryona and her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, were sleeping in bed when officers served the warrant at around 1 p.m.
The Kentucky Attorney General is still investigating the murder, which has led to riots in the US, so many senior Lewis F1 figures see Lewis’ intervention as potentially ‘political’. The FIA prohibits political statements of any kind.
Lewis can be fined, with a personal sign Sportsmail The Mercedes man had ‘crossed a line’.
The FIA and sports owners Liberty Media have already tried to work with him on his anti-racist fight.
The night of Bryon’s death, officers fled to her apartment after acquiring a court-approved warrant as part of a drug investigation that allowed officers to enter her home without any prior warning.
Briana and her boyfriend Kenneth Walker were sleeping in bed while officers were serving warrants around 1am.
Investigation: Lewis is facing an FIA investigation for wearing a ‘political’ T-shirt at the Tuscan Grand Prix on Sunday
The suspects at the center of the investigation apparently lived at the same address years ago and continued to receive packages there.
Mr. Walker, a licensed gunman, fired in the direction of the door, telling the couple to be victims of home invasion.
Officer Hankinson shot the shot into Sergeant Mattingly’s leg 10 times before discharging his weapon in the direction of Walker.
Mr. Mattingly and Mr. Cosgrove also opened fire. Ms. Taylor was killed eight times and pronounced dead at the scene.
‘Mr. Walker’ told dispatchers in a 911 call that someone kicked in the door and shot my girlfriend.
Unaware of the authorities at his home, the suspect they were looking for was detained hours before at a different location.
Briana’s death received national attention two months after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minnesota police in May.
The three officers who fired their weapons that night have been publicly in the center of the backlash, with protesters accusing them of firing and killing.
One of the officers, Brett Hankisson, was ‘indiscriminately’ fired from outside for 10 indiscriminate firing at Taylor’s apartment. The other two, John Mattingly and Miles Cosgrove, remain in force on administrative assignments.
Shooting bryo taylor
Brianna Taylor, a 26-year-old black emergency medical technician, was shot on March 13, 2020, by Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD) officers Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Miles Cosgrove.
Three plaincloth LMPD officers entered his apartment in Louisville, Kentucky, executing a no-knock search warrant (however, according to police accounts and witnesses at the scene, the officers knocked before being forced to enter) .
Gunfire was exchanged between Taylor’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker and the officers. Walker said he believed the officers were intruders. LMPD officers fired more than twenty shots. Taylor was shot eight times and LMPD Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly was wounded by bullets. Another police officer and an LMPD lieutenant were at the scene when the warrant was executed.
The primary targets of the LMPD investigation were Jamarcus Glover and Adrian Walker, who were suspected of selling controlled substances from a drug house more than 10 miles apart. According to a lawyer for the Taylor family, Glover dated Taylor two years ago and continues to have ‘passive friendships’.
The search warrant included Taylor’s residence because it was suspected that Glover had found packages containing drugs in Taylor’s apartment and because a car registered to Taylor was parked in front of Glover’s home on several occasions. No drugs were found in the apartment.
Kenneth Walker, who was given a firearm license, fired first, injuring a law enforcement officer, after which police opened fire on the apartment with more than 20 rounds.
The Taylor family’s lawsuit alleges a wrongful death lawsuit against police alleging that officers entering Taylor’s home were ‘without knocking and declaring themselves police officers’ with total disregard for the value of human life With ‘set fire. However, according to the police account, the officers knocked and announced themselves before entering.
An interview with Kenneth Walker and Taylor’s neighbors in a New York Times investigation confirmed that the police had knocked loudly before entering, but most had not heard them announce themselves.