Kentucky lawmaker who proposed 'Breonna's law' to stop 'no-knock' warrants is arrested for rioting as Louisville is rocked by a second night of unrest and BLM mob occupies a church for sanctuary after curfew | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Kentucky lawmaker who proposed 'Breonna's law' to stop 'no-knock' warrants is arrested for rioting as Louisville is rocked by a second night of unrest and BLM mob occupies a church for sanctuary after curfew

A Kentucky Democrat who proposed 'Breonna's law' legislation that would ban the use of no-knock warrants across the state was arrested while protesting in Louisville on Thursday night and charged with rioting.

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