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Louisville shooting: At least one person shot in Jefferson Square Park where Black Lives Matter protests held

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People have been gathering in the downtown park to protest Breonna Taylor's death and police brutality.
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UK graduate shot and killed at protest in Louisville

A 27-year old University of Kentucky graduate was shot and killed Saturday night while attending a 'Black Lives Matter' event at Jefferson Square Park in downtown Louisville.

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(Newser) – Gunfire erupted at a protest against police violence Saturday, leaving one man dead and another person injured. Details are scant, but a bystander video (WARNING: disturbing images) shows a man just outside Jefferson Square Park in Louisville, Kentucky, shooting at a tent-filled area more than a dozen times, the Courier-Journal reports.

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