Transcript for Demands for justice in death of Breonna Taylor
So many of the rallies in this country they're shouting another name as well, including breonna Taylor, who would have turned 27 today. Back in March she was shot eight times as she slept in Louisville. The protesters demanding, say her name. Here's Deborah Roberts. Reporter: Tonight, demands for justice, as the FBI investigate breonna Taylor's killing at the hands of police. Say her name! Breonna Taylor! Say her name! Breonna Taylor! Reporter: Today she would have turned 27. The young emt, had dreams of being a nurse. Breonna was full of life. She loved life. She'd light up a room. For Courtney Riley, this feels personal. She also turns 27 this year, too. It's really hard. I do see myself in her. People talk about it could be my kids, it could be my brother, it could be me, like literally me. Reporter: Back in March, three plainclothes Louisville police officers stormed breonna's home, executing a no-knock search warrant. Family lawyers say broian that's boyfriend, a licensed owner, fired a shot. Thinking there was an intruder. The officers fired 20 rounds in return, killing breonna. The officers have been reassigned, but remain on the force. Tonight, activists vowing breonna's name will not be breonna Taylor's name now being spoken all over the country and there's even a petition circulating to press Kentucky authorities to take action on this case. So far it has nearly 4 million Deborah Roberts tonight,
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