Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who is leading the investigation into Taylor’s death, tweeted that “conflicting rumors and reports” circulating on a daily basis about the investigation don’t do anything to “advance justice.”
“When the investigation concludes and a decision is made, we will provide an update about an announcement,” Cameron wrote. “The news will come from our office and not unnamed sources. Until that time, the investigation remains ongoing.”
“If you ask her, she will say without hesitation that she would stop at nothing to protect you,” Palmer’s post read. “She would be willing to give her life to save yours. If you were gunned down in your own home, wouldn’t she demand the killers be brought to justice? … Do you have the power and courage to call my child yours, the power to see that my cry and my community’s cry is heard, and the power as part of a village who raises our children to do right by one of our daughters?!”
Activists, athletes and celebrities honor Taylor
“We are at our highest point when we are connected to spiritual guidance,” Tamika Mallory, one of the organization’s co-founders, told CNN. “Some people aren’t protestors but they’re in touch with their spirituality, so we’re trying to provide an opportunity to get every person to participate in the fight for justice for Breonna Taylor.”
As the NFL season got fully underway Sunday, many players and coaches wore clothing depicting Taylor’s name or picture.
“Medical workers like her save lives every day – but police violence claims Black lives at nearly the same pace,” Carey’s caption read. “Her killing hurts especially bad right now. Now, more than ever we have to stay connected and vigilant.”
CNN’s Susannah Cullinane, Christina Carrega and Faith Karimi contributed to this report.