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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A Black militia is planning to hold an armed march in Louisville on Saturday to demand justice for Breonna Taylor, according to a video from the leader of the group.

John Fitzgerald "Jay" Johnson, the self-proclaimed grand master and founder of the NFAC, which stands for the Not F***ing Around Coalition, said in a video posted on Sunday that those wishing to march must come in a specific uniform: black boots, black pants, black button-down shirt and black mask. He added that members must come with several types of guns.

"Understand the seriousness of this situation," said Johnson, who goes by the name The Real Grandmaster Jay. "Breonna Taylor was murdered in her home. ... We gotta go in on this one."
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The militia made waves July 4 when roughly 1,000 members of the group marched in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where there is a mountainside carving of three Confederate leaders: Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and Stonewall Jackson. Authorities said the event was peaceful, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, but the group's presence caused a stir on social media.

Protesters have taken to the streets of Louisville for 55 days to demand justice for Taylor, who was shot as police served a "no-knock" search warrant as a part of a narcotics investigation. No drugs were found in the apartment.

Court records show that police obtained a warrant with a no-knock provision for Taylor's apartment signed by Circuit Judge Mary Shaw. Even so, officials have said that plainclothes officers knocked and announced their presence before breaking in Taylor’s door with a battering ram.

Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, who was also in the apartment, fired one shot in response, hitting Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly in the thigh. Mattingly and Officers Brett Hankison and Myles Cosgrove returned fire, striking Taylor five times.

She died in her hallway.

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Saturday in Louisville will be "interesting" to say the least.

I thought "grand master" was a term for a chess champion ... or did he really mean, "grand wizard"?
 

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Yeah, "grand master" has sort of a ring to it reminiscent of "grand wizard" or "imperial wizard", doesn't it?
Sounds appropriate. Hopefully nobody will take the bait. If we must have a war I’d rather it be clear that the commies started it.
 

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(NEWSER) – Nearly 90 people were arrested Tuesday evening outside a home co-owned by the Kentucky attorney general after holding what organizers deemed a "call to action seeking justice" for Breonna Taylor. WDRB reports that protesters with the social justice group Until Freedom converged at around 4:30pm upon the lawn of AG Daniel Cameron's house in the St. Matthews suburb of Louisville, with some of the demonstrators said to have come from as far as Atlanta and New York. The organizers put up video on Facebook showing the protest as it took place, per the Lexington Herald-Leader. By 5pm, the cops had shown up, and by 6pm, protesters were seen lined up by police, waiting to be taken to the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections.
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Civil suit related to the Louisville, KY rioting about the wrongful death of Breonna Taylor by Louisville PD (CIU) serving a no-knock drug warrant (plainclothes officers, after midnight, wrong address, wrong person, no knock, etc.).:

www.breitbart.com

City of Louisville Agrees to Pay Millions to Breonna Taylor's Family



The city of Louisville, Kentucky, has agreed to pay millions of dollars in compensation to the family of Breonna Taylor.
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The family filed a suit over Taylor’s death in April and the Courier-Journal reports the settlement the city has agreed to pay will be “substantial.” It is expected to surpass the city’s record settlement of $8.5 million, which was made in a 2012 case involving the wrongful imprisonment of Edward Chandler.

In addition to the money, numerous police reforms are also to be enacted.

WDRB reports some changes have already been made, including a requirement “that all officers…wear and use body cameras when serving warrants.”

ETA: The city's settlement with the family was for $12 million.
 
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Personally I see no difference between the NAACP, BLM, NFAC and the Klan and White Supremacist. Seems that all are a racist organization to promote one race over the other.
And with the recent rioting and restaurant harassment making people kneel to them or raise a fist for them, they seem to be even more so.
 
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