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Three Breonna Taylor digital banners on display in Downtown Louisville

The billboards come a day after Breonna's Law was signed on June 12 banning no-knock warrants in Louisville.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Three digital billboards of Breonna Taylor have been unveiled in Downtown Louisville in her honor.

According to Christopher 2X, three digital billboards went up Saturday. Two billboards are Downtown at the KICC, one on Jefferson St., one on Market St., and then the other one is at i-65 at the Expo Center.

The billboards come a day after Breonna's Law was signed on June 12 banning no-knock warrants in Louisville.

Breonna was shot eight times and killed on March 13 after LMPD officers entered her home using a no-knock warrant.

The Lynn Family stadium also put up a billboard honoring Breonna Taylor saying "Get Involved" and "Be a game-changer". 

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