Archiv: Greg Fischer


12.06.2020 - 04:04 [ NBC News ]

Louisville city council unanimously pass ‚Breonna’s Law‘ to ban no-knock warrants

The unanimously passed ordinance, which still needs to be approved by the mayor, bans any search warrant that does not require police to announce themselves and their purpose at the premises. It requires any Louisville Metro Police Department or Metro law enforcement to knock and wait a minimum of 15 seconds for a response.

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer vowed to pass the ban as “soon as it hits my desk.”

12.06.2020 - 04:00 [ Courier-Journal.com ]

Louisville police release the Breonna Taylor incident report. It’s virtually blank

Mayor Greg Fischer was less forgiving, issue a statement Wednesday night calling the released report „unacceptable.“

„Full stop. It’s issues like this that erode public confidence in LMPD’s ability to do its job, and that’s why I’ve ordered an external top-to-bottom review of the department,“ he said. „I am sorry for the additional pain to the Taylor family and our community.“

01.06.2020 - 23:28 [ WAVE 3 News ]

LMPD Chief Conrad fired amid mounting civil unrest

An emotional Fischer announced Monday that there was no officer body camera video of the shooting.

“That lack of institutional failure will not be tolerated,” Fischer said as he announced Conrad’s termination, effective immediately. Robert Schroeder will serve as interim police chief.

01.06.2020 - 18:37 [ Stephon Dingle WLKY / Twitter ]

Fascinating image as @louisvillemayor arrives at the scene and walks with police escort to comfort the family of David McAtee, shot to death outside his business by law enforcement this morning.

This as residents yell expletives calling the move political and saving face. @ WLKY

29.05.2020 - 12:05 [ Greg Fischer, Mayor of Louisville, Kentucky / Twitter ]

I urge protesters, as Breonna Taylor’s family said tonight, to say her name. But let’s not see anyone else get hurt. Let’s work together for peace, justice & for Breonna & all of Louisville.