Louisville Police Fires Two of Breonna Taylor’s Murderers

fire two of the officers involved in the raid that led to the police shooting of Breonna Taylor
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The Louisville Metro Police Department is moving to fire two of the officers involved in the raid that led to the police shooting of Breonna Taylor in March, attorneys for the officers confirmed on Tuesday.

Detective Myles Cosgrove, one of the officers who opened fire during the raid, and Detective Josh Jaynes, who obtained the search warrant for Taylor's home, have both received pre-termination letters, their attorneys said.

Jaynes' pre-termination letter, signed by Interim Police Chief Yvette Gentry, accuses him of lying on the application for the search warrant, according to a copy of the letter obtained by CBS News.

In the application, Jaynes claimed he received information from a U.S. Postal Inspector that Jamarcus Glover, Taylor's ex-boyfriend, had been receiving suspicious packages at Taylor's apartment. According Gentry's letter, that information was "not truthful."

The letter alleges that Jaynes lied about that information coming from a postal inspector...Read rest of story here.

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