DOJ probe uncovers disturbing abuses by Louisville Police Department
U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland issues a scathing critique of the Louisville Metro Police Department after the Justice Department’s nearly two-year review of the botched raid where police killed Breonna Taylor in March 2020. The report found Louisville police officers used excessive force against Black people. Plus, tears on the Hill as one Marine recounts the chaos of the Afghanistan withdrawal. Veterans and service members describe what went wrong and warn about the disaster still building.
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