In news from Kentucky, The Louisville Courier-Journal has revealed the Louisville Police Department hid nearly 750,000 records documenting how two city police officers sexually abused minors. The youths were abused while taking part in the Explorer Scouts program, which was created for young people interested in law enforcement careers. Meanwhile, another woman in Louisville has accused former officer Brett Hankison of sexually abusing her in 2018. Nine other women provided statements in the lawsuit. In September, Hankison was indicted for shooting into the apartment of a neighbor during the deadly no-knock raid that ended Breonna Taylor’s life in March.
Louisville Police Concealed 738,000 Records of Sexual Abuse by Officers
HeadlineNov 12, 2020