Following the killing of Breonna Taylor during a "no-knock" raid on her home, Louisville police claimed that none of the officers involved had their bodycams. However, TMZ reports that at least one officer did have a bodycam during the raid. A photo obtained by VICE News contradicts the Louisville Police Department's initial remarks on the matter. It's not immediately clear whether the bodycam was operational. If it was, the footage could provide crucial evidence in determining what transpired at Taylor's home. A second officer was pictured sporting the camera mount but did not have a bodycam.
This comes on the heels of local prosecutors attempting to provide Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, with a plea deal and seeking to criminalize Taylor. Still, no one has been arrested or charged with the death of Breonna Taylor.