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Breonna Taylor family attorney: ‘Nothing seems to say that Breonna mattered’

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Benjamin Crump, attorney for the family of Breonna Taylor, tells TODAY “they were outraged, they were insulted and they were mostly offended” after a grand jury produced no homicide charges in Taylor’s fatal shooting, calling it “a sham proceeding that did not give Breonna Taylor a voice.” He says, “We seem to have two justice systems in America, one for Black America and one for white America.”