I cannot think of justice without seeing a policeman’s knee upon George Floyd’s neck, or remember Breonna Taylor dead on her apartment floor, an innocent

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IJF Advisory Group: Reflections on the decision in the Breonna Taylor Case by Carl Jensen One of the great blessings of our IJF advisory fellowship

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Police Negligence and Criminality? by Henry “Hank” Allen Once again, police negligence and criminality have been justified under a cloak of legality. The Breonna Taylor

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The Decisions on the Breonna Taylor Case by Samuel Feemster Our FBI SWAT team rehearsed executing a dynamic entry ad infinitum. Each scenario was different,

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Reflection on the aftermath of the death of Ms. Breonna Taylor by Inez Tuck Death at the hands of another human being is numbing and

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Anger but not surprise by Temitope Oyegbile M.D. I was really angry and upset to hear the outcome of Breonna Taylor’s case, but I was

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Sister Breonna is gone, far too soon. by Carl Jensen   Would that same police raid have occurred in Brownsboro Farms, an upper middle class,

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Talk without tested evidence is cheap, for often such rhetoric is deceptive for the most vulnerable who crave justice and truth (Psalms 15)! When I

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