CBS – Gayle King speaks to Kenneth Walker one year after the death of Breonna Taylor. In the interview, Gayle King talks with Kenny about the loss of Breonna and how the events of the night of March 13, 2020 and the aftermath of it has impacted him psychologically. Gayle King also discusses with Frederick Moore of Grossman Green PLLC the claims in the recent federal lawsuit filed against the Louisville Metro Police Department and the officers involved in the botched raid on March 13, 2020. View Here


Washington Post – The Washington Post reports that Kenneth Walker filed a federal lawsuit against the Louisville Metro Police Department alleging violations of his constitutional rights. Read Here


CNN – CNN reports that Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the Louisville Metro Police Department violated his constitutional rights during the raid on March 13, 2020. The article reports that the lawsuit identified multiple errors of the LMPD including that the warrant was based on fabrications, the raid was unnecessarily conducted in the middle of the night, the officers did not announce themselves, and the officers used excessive force. Read Here


ABC – ABC reports that Kenneth Walker filed a federal lawsuit against the Louisville Metro Police Department and the officers involved in the shooting that killed Breonna Taylor. The lawsuit alleges that Kenneth Walker’s constitutional rights were violated during the deadly raid. Read Here


The Hill – The Hill reports that Kenneth Walker filed a federal lawsuit against Louisville Metro Police Department and the officers involved in the no-knock warrant that resulted in the death of Breonna Taylor. In the lawsuit, Kenneth Walker alleges that the warrant included fabricated assertions, that the raid was unnecessarily conducted at night, that the officers did not announce themselves, and that the officers used excessive force. Read Here


Essence – Essence reports on Kenneth Walker’s federal lawsuit filed on March 12, 2021. Essence reports that the lawsuit states that Kenneth Walker’s Fourth Amendment rights were violated in the raid on March 13, 2020. Read Here


BET – BET reports that Kenneth Walker continues to demand police accountability in a new federal lawsuit against the Louisville Metro Police Department. BET further reports that the lawsuit alleges violations of Kenneth Walker’s Fourth Amendment rights arising from the no-knock raid that took place on March 13, 2020. Read Here