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Police union president speaks out on claims of cover-up in Breonna Taylor case

Credit: CBS News- Published on October 29, 2020
River City Fraternal Order of Police President Ryan Nichols is speaking out about accusations of a cover-up in the Breonna Taylor investigation. First on "CBS This Morning," Nichols defends Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's handling of the case and officers' actions on the night of the killing of Breonna Taylor.
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