By Paul Best | Fox News


After a Kentucky grand jury opted to indict only one of the three Louisville police officers in the raid that led to Breonna Taylor's death earlier this year, the city braced for protests.


Former Sgt. Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment for firing rounds during the raid that went into neighboring apartments, but not in the death of Taylor.


The attorney for Taylor's family, Ben Crump, tweeted that the decision was "outrageous and offensive."


Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer declared a state of emergency and announced a 72-hour curfew starting at 9 p.m. The Louisville Metro Police Department announced it was putting barricades around the downtown perimeter where protests have been concentrated.

路易斯维尔市长格雷格·费舍尔宣布该市进入紧急状态,并宣布从晚上9点开始全市实行72小时宵禁。 路易斯维尔警察局宣布在抗议活动集中的市中心周边设置了路障。

The Kentucky National Guard was also deployed in the city.