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‘Are You Kidding Me?’ Kentucky A.G. Daniel Cameron Is Dragged For His Black History Month Tweet After The Way He Handled Breonna Taylor’s Case
Tuesday, Feb 2, 2021
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron got dragged for filth for tweeting about Black History Month after the way he handled the murder of Breonna Taylor—the 26-year-old essential worker who was killed by police in her home during a botched drug raid. Social media could not believe A.G. Cameron’s capacity for his audacity, and slammed him for hypocrisy.
Rihanna retweeted Cameron’s tweet and demanded #JusticeforBreonnaTaylor, Porsha Williams shared a simple question on Instagram, “Are you kidding me?” while Yvette Nicole Brown questioned the “unmitigated ashy gall of this clown.”
During a press conference held in September 2020, A.G. Daniel Cameron said Brett Hankison—one of three officers involved in Breonna’s case—had been charged with three counts of wanton endangerment. Despite Jonathan Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove’s involvement, Cameron said the two officers “were justified in their use of force” since Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired first—although FBI ballistics analysis revealed Cosgrove as the officer who fired the fatal shot.
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