Protestors gathered for a second night in downtown Louisville on the evening of May 29. The protests were spurred by the death of Breonna Taylor at the hands of police, and lasted into the night and early morning. Phrases such as “no justice, no peace” were shouted by crowd members. Vandals broke windows of buildings, police cars, and spray painted on walls across downtown. The police used tear gas and rubber bullets on protestors. Further protests are planned for the evening of Saturday, May 30.
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