Cop who was shot by Breonna Taylor's boyfriend emails colleagues to say 'the good guys are demonized, and the criminals are canonized' as Louisville braces for AG's decision on whether to charge him and other officers over her death | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Cop who was shot by Breonna Taylor's boyfriend emails colleagues to say 'the good guys are demonized, and the criminals are canonized' as Louisville braces for AG's decision on whether to charge him and other officers over her death

An officer who was shot by Breonna Taylor's boyfriend when he entered her apartment in March, told his more than 1,000 colleagues in an email on Tuesday that 'the good guys are demonized, and the criminals are canonized' as Louisville braces for the attorney general's decision on whether to charge him and two other officers in connection to her death.

Sgt Jonathan Mattingly, who was one of three cops involved in the shooting, voiced his support for the officers and defended his actions the night Taylor, a 26-year-old EMT, was killed.

Kentucky Attorney General, Daniel Cameron, said he will soon decide whether the charges will be brought against Mattingly and two other officers involved in the shooting.

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