Johnson: ‘People Are Being Murdered Everyday By Police Who Are Not Being Held Accountable’| MSNBC

Anguish and frustration spill out in the streets of Louisville, Kentucky after no officers were charged with the killing of Breonna Taylor in a grand jury decision. Aired on 09/23/2020.
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Johnson: ‘People Are Being Murdered Everyday By Police Who Are Not Being Held Accountable’| MSNBC

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