Louisville prepares for all hell to break loose ahead of the decision on charges for Breonna Taylor’s death

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The Black Lives Matter movement has ravaged cities across the country.

And Breonna Taylor’s death has been a focal point for the movement.

Now Louisville prepares for all hell to break loose ahead of the decision on charges for Breonna Taylor’s death.

One of the biggest stories of 2020 so far has been the path of destruction left in the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement. 

In fact, over $1,000,000,000 dollars in damage spread over 20 states was committed by the riots just in the first month alone.

And now some are fearing the worst rioting yet in Louisville.

Soon the prosecutors in Louisville will announce whether they have decided to press charges against the police officers that killed Breonna Taylor.

The city has already experienced over 100 consecutive days of protests and rioting.

But with the possibility of no charges being filed by prosecutors in Taylor’s case, city officials are fearing the worst is yet to come. 

Now the Police Chief in Louisville has cancelled any holiday and other time off for his officers in anticipation for the rioting to ensue.

The Chief also announced that many streets in downtown Louisville would be closed and downtown parking garages would be off limits to the public.

In addition, barricades are already being put up to limit access to parts of downtown Louisville.

The Mayor of Louisville, Greg Fischer, went on twitter to claim that these steps by the Chief are being done to ensure a “space and opportunity for potential protesters to gather.”

But let’s be honest.

These steps are being taken because the Mayor, the Police Chief, and other city officials know that whatever the decision on Taylor’s case rioting and looting will be the result.

How many more cities need to crippled by riots before the American people say enough is enough?

Culture Watch News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.