The following article, Louisville Judge Dismisses Charges Against Breonna Taylor’s ‘Partner in Crime,’ Even Though He Shot at Cops First, was first published on Big League Politics.
A circuit court judge has dismissed charges against Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend and accomplice of Breonna Taylor, who has been deified by the Black Lives Matter terror movement since she was killed by police during a botched raid in Louisville, Ky.
Jefferson Circuit Judge Olu Stevens, an affirmative-action Democrat appointee to the bench, ruled that the charges would be dropped with prejudice, meaning that Walker cannot be brought back up on charges again. Even though it was determined that he shot at police first, he will be free to walk the streets and slang drugs yet again if he so chooses.
Walker’s attorney is very happy about this decision that will put an additional target on the back of law enforcement.
“We believe the city used Kenneth as a pawn to cover up the events that took place on March 13, 2020, and further used him to cover up the deep-seated failures within the Louisville Metro Police Department,” lawyer Steve Romines said in the statement. “It does not go unnoticed that neith