Jonathan Mattingly, whom police say Walker hit when he fired at the front door.

Kenneth Walker speaks after filing lawsuit against LMPD. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that Cosgrove's actions were considered justifiable by the grand jury. Read this: Breonna Taylor's boyfriend remains haunted by her death, "I am a legal gun owner, and I would never knowingly shoot a police officer," Walker said at a press conference about the lawsuit in September. Instead of being hailed as a hero, Walker is now facing … But law enforcement agents are given more leeway under the doctrine as long as they have legally entered the person's home, Marcosson said in a phone interview Thursday. Walker is thankfully still alive, and his story deserves to be highlighted because it draws attention to a problem that has come up after several police killings. Samuel Marcosson, a law professor at the University of Louisville, further explained that the state's castle doctrine allows a homeowner to use deadly force in self-defense when the intruder is a civilian. Calls for an outside investigation into the fatal police shooting of a Kentucky emergency medical technician are growing, two months after the 26-year-old black woman was killed in her home Good Morning America's Michael Strahan interviewed Sgt.

After breaking down the door, Mattingly saw Walker inside the apartment and then felt a bullet in his thigh, the filing said.

That’s why having more of an explanation, laying out more of the evidence I think would be helpful in allowing people to understand and perhaps accept the decisions that were made," Marcosson said. “I believe that that additional investigation is necessary.”. Shortly after the incident, Walker was charged with the attempted murder of a police officer. “It can never be undone.”, Already a subscriber? Since the night police burst into Breonna Taylor's apartment, her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, has said he did not hear officers announce their presence.

"Kentuckians have no duty to retreat or submit to force," the complaint states. A spokesperson for Cameron's office responded to the governor, saying, "We appreciate Governor Beshear’s team providing assistance to our office and the Commonwealth over the last few days in preparation for today’s announcement. ", "The counterclaim just brings it full circle.

Legal experts, however, say Walker would also be justified, under Kentucky's "castle doctrine," in firing at what he believed to be unknown intruders entering his home, highlighting a seeming paradox that has allowed for the justification of both Walker's actions as well as the actions of police who killed Taylor, an unarmed bystander. Gov.

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