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Politics Trump sends regards to family of Breonna Taylor: 'It's a sad thing'

04:35  27 september  2020
04:35  27 september  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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President Trump on Thursday offered his regards to the family of Breonna Taylor and said the situation surrounding her killing was a “ sad thing ,” a day after a grand jury declined to file homicide charges in her death. “I think it ’ s a sad thing and I give my regards to the family of Breonna .

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President Trump on Thursday offered his regards to the family of Breonna Taylor and said the situation surrounding her killing was a "sad thing," a day after a grand jury declined to file homicide charges in her death.

Donald Trump wearing a suit and tie: Trump sends regards to family of Breonna Taylor: 'It's a sad thing' © Joshua Roberts/Getty Images Trump sends regards to family of Breonna Taylor: 'It's a sad thing'

"I think it's a sad thing and I give my regards to the family of Breonna. I also think it's so sad what is happening, everything about that case including law enforcement," Trump told reporters at the White House on Thursday afternoon when asked what his message was to her family.

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"So many people suffering, so many people needlessly suffering. But with respect to Breonna, we give our regards to her family," Trump continued.

Trump did not offer a comment on the grand jury decision in Taylor's case.

Kentucky prosecutors announced Wednesday that the grand jury indicted one of three Louisville police officers involved in her fatal shooting with three counts of "wanton endangerment" for firing shots into other apartments. The two other officers involved in her shooting were not charged and there were no charges filed in direct relation to Taylor's death.

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Breonna Taylor 's grieving mother says 'she never had faith' in Republican AG Daniel Cameron, calls cops who shot her daughter 'terrorists' and demands the grand jury report is released. ' It ' s kinda ironic when you think of the message that is being sent ,' family attorney Ben Crump said on Friday.

Breonna Taylor ’ s family members on Friday called on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release the transcripts from the grand jury. Breonna Taylor ' s sister Ju'Niyah Palmer (red hat) holds their mother Tamika Palmer as their aunt Bianca Austin speaks in Louisville today.

Louisville erupted in protests overnight Wednesday as demonstrators demanded justice for Taylor, an African American woman who was shot dead by police in April after officers executed a no-knock search warrant on her apartment in connection with a drug investigation. Authorities did not find drugs in the apartment.

Police arrested dozens of individuals in Louisville on Wednesday. Two officers were also shot in the course of the demonstrations. Trump offered prayers for them overnight and said he spoke to Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear (D) to offer federal assistance.

Taylor's case became a rallying cry for individuals protesting racial injustice and police violence across the country in recent months.

Trump was asked about the case during a news conference on Wednesday evening and praised Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) as a "star." He did not answer a shouted question about what he thought of people upset by the grand jury's findings.

Trump has mostly focused on offering support for law enforcement amid protests against racial injustice across the country, decrying the violent elements of the demonstrations and demanding "law and order."

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