Kentucky officials have announced that a firefighter will be fired as a police officer after the death of a police officer shot by the police:
According to reports, Louis Mayor Frig Fischer announced Friday that Louis Schroeder, head of the Louisville metropolis, has filed a suspension of action for Detective Brett Hankison, 44.
State law prohibits officials from revealing the timing and reasons for Hankinson’s resignation. However, officials, earlier this month confirmed that they are investigating allegations that Hankinson physically attacked two women during the shift.
Two women described the same incidence:
Two women described things similar to Hankinson. They said they walked home from the bars when Hankison in uniform offered to take them to a police car.
Hankinson drew the attention of the whole country to participate in the attack, as a result of which officers shot the 26-year-old Taylor eight times during sleep. Louisville Metropolitan Police said they declared themselves and returned weapons to Kenneth Walker, a friend of Taylor’s 27th.
Walker was initially charged with the attempted murder of a police officer and primarily for assault, but prosecutors accused him of a lack of evidence:
Hankinson also appears to be the subject of a federal lawsuit describing him as a “dirty agent” who planted drugs and formed people.
None of the law enforcement officers have been prosecuted or arrested for Taylor’s death.