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- Beyoncé wrote a powerful open letter to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron urging him to take decisive action: "Don't let this case turn into inaction after a terrible tragedy."
Beyoncé wrote a powerful open letter to Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron urging him to take decisive action: "Don't let this case turn into inaction after a terrible tragedy."
Beyoncé, 38, is demanding justice for the late 26-year-old African American emergency medical specialist Breonna Taylor. Nalah's voice actor in the animated version of The Lion King sent an open letter to the Attorney General of Kentucky Daniel Cameron on her website on Sunday, June 14, demanding justice for a 27-year-old worker who was gunned down by police in her apartment. “Three months have passed and no arrests have been made, and no officers have been fired,” Beyoncé writes, urging the department to take “swift and decisive” action against the Louisville Metro Police Department sergeant. Jonathan Mattingly and officers Miles Cosgrove and Brett Hankison.
“Don't let this case fall into disrepair after a terrible tragedy,” Beyoncé writes, including a fan link to sign a petition in search of justice for Breonne. “With every death of a black person, at the hands of the police, there are two real tragedies: death itself and inaction, and the dragging out of the investigation that follows. This is your chance to end this. Take swift and decisive action in charging officers. The next months can't be like the last three, "begged the singer-songwriter of the hit Lemonade, who was the voice in the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Three months have passed - and Breonna Taylor's family is still waiting for justice,” says the native of Houston, Texas, referring to Breonna's mother Tamika. Palmerwho recently appeared on the Today Show to talk about her daughter's legacy. "RS. The Taylor family has not yet been able to recover from the tragedy, accept this fact and grieve,”she continued, outlining the three steps she would like to see taken: criminal charges against police officers, transparency in the investigation and investigation … Hear the LMPD's response to Breonna's death. Beyoncé's letter comes a few weeks after she posted a video of the death of George Floyd, an unarmed African American resident who was killed by Minneapolis police at the age of 46.