Ballistics report raises questions in Breonna Taylor shooting

Steve Romines, an attorney for Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker, told ABC News that the ballistics report could not determine that “Kenny’s shot is [what] hit Officer Mattingly.”
0:22 | 09/28/20

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To news and if Rihanna Taylor case tonight former officer Brett hankins in pleading not guilty to wanton endangerment for allegedly firing into a neighboring apartment. Vice news obtaining body camera from the moments after the shooting saying the video shows police yelling commands of Taylor's boyfriend Kenneth walker as he's arrested. Pataki state police ballistics report provided ABC news is now raising new questions about who fired the shot that injured an officer that night.

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