“I have never personally dealt with BLM Louisville and personally realized that they were scams. [sic]”Ms Palmer wrote on Wednesday.Screenshots of the post were later published by Local media show.
She called Attica Scott, the representative of the Kentucky General Assembly, “another scam.”
Ms. Palmer praised her family, friends and local activists for helping her family after her daughter’s death. 26-year-old Taylor died after police shooting at home during the execution of a warrant without knocking.
Scott Asked for a ban About the warrant without knocking since Taylor’s death.
Palmer said local activist Christopher 2x and other supporters “did not need recognition.”
“I was able to walk in a room full of people claiming to be here for Breona’s family who didn’t even know who I was,” she added.
She criticized those who unknowingly raised money for Taylor’s family, writing: About fraud.
“The number of people who lost focus on Smdh is amazing. I’m saying this before I go I’m so tired of some of everyone and I’m the last to need it I was a person, this is enough !! “
Ms. Taylor was shot dead six times after being shot by police after hitting one of the police officers when her boyfriend Kenneth Walker used a battering ram to enter the apartment and releasing her weapons.
Two of the three police officers who used the gun were fired and one continues to work. No officer has been charged with the death of Ms. Taylor, but one of them has been charged with frustration for a bullet that entered another apartment.
Sergeant Jonathan Mattingly, who remains in police, is writing a book about the event and its aftermath published by Posthill Press.
Independent I contacted BLM Louisville and representative Attica Scott for comment.