LeBron again calls for arrest of Breonna Taylor’s killers

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CBS News: James, who's been taking on an increasing role as a social justice activist, said Taylor, 26, "had a bright future and her life was taken away from her and there've been no arrests and no justice..."
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LeBron James donned a modified "MAGA" hat Tuesday to call for justice for Breonna Taylor, the Louisville EMT worker who was shot to death by police in her apartment in March.

James wore the hat at a news conference after his first playoff appearance for the Los Angeles Lakers, which they lost to the Portland Trail Blazers, 100-93.

The red hat closely associated with President Trump and his campaigns had the usual "Make America" as its first line but had "Great Again" crossed out. Instead, words were added that resulted in the hat reading "Make America Arrest the Cops who Killed Breonna Taylor."

James, who's been taking on an increasing role as a social justice activist, said Taylor, 26, "had a bright future and her life was taken away from her and there've been no arrests and no justice, not only for her but for her family. And we want to continue to shed light on that situation, which was unjust. That's what it's about."

Read the rest of this CBS News story here: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/lebron-james-breonna-taylor-justice-modifie...

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