Fighting for justice. Porsha Williams was arrested after participating in a protest for Breonna Taylor, on Tuesday, July 14. "We just want justice", Stills said on his Instagram account's live stream after his release.
YBN Cordae was reportedly amongst a group of around 100 people who were arrested during the protest and the rapper's arrest was captured on camera.
Houston Texans wide receiver Kenny Stills, one of the NFL's more prominent advocates for peaceful protests, is among 87 different people facing felony charges after his arrest at a demonstration in Louisville on Tuesday. "All were given the opportunity to leave, were told that remaining on the property would be unlawful, and chose not to leave".
The longtime "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star, 39, was taken into custody where she was slapped with three charges after demanding state officials expedite the legal process on behalf of slain EMT worker Breonna Taylor.
Taylor, a 26-year-old Black ER technician, was shot and killed by Louisville police in March while sleeping in her own apartment.
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At first she thought the aircraft might be responding to a medical emergency, but they remained in the sky for hours, she said. Reportedly, fans online accused Elon of cooperating with Ghislaine Maxwell to secure young Riley as a "child bride".
No drugs were found in the house.
One of three officers involved was sacked last month, and the two other officers have been placed on administrative leave. Investigations into the shooting are continuing.
A statement issued by Louisville Metro Police indicates protesters were "given the chance to leave" Cameron's home before being arrested. "The stated goal of today's protest at my home was to 'escalate.' That is not acceptable and only serves to further division and tension within our community".
Stills also was charged with misdemeanor disorderly conduct and criminal trespass.
Porsha Williams has been arrested. "The only objective these charges serve is to potentially chill the free speech rights of protesters".