Kurt Cobain’s widow and the vocalist of Hole, Courtney Love, took her official Instagram account to take attention on Breonna Taylor’s murder, which was killed by police officers, and explained why we should seek justice for her.

In the caption of the post, Courtney wrote that Breonna was killed brutally after getting eight shots in her body and said that we shouldn’t stop fighting until justice is served. Also, she shared the petition links in the post and asked for help from her fans.

Here is what Courtney Love captioned:

“‘Working in health care is so rewarding. It makes me feel so happy when I know I’ve made a difference in someone else’s life.’ These are the words of Breonna Taylor and today would have been her 27th birthday.

But she won’t be able to celebrate because she was murdered, when a team of plainclothes Louisville police officers arrived to execute a no-knock warrant early in the morning of March 13.

When police broke into the apartment, her boyfriend, a licensed gun owner, thought they were being robbed, grabbed his weapon, and shot an officer in the leg. The officers returned fire, shooting dozens of times, killing Taylor.

She continued:

“‘Even in being a prosecutor, I’d never quite seen that many bullets in one apartment,’ says Lonita Baker, a personal injury attorney representing Taylor’s family.

The two suspects that police were looking for were already in police custody. We won’t stop fighting until justice is served. Petition link in the bio ❤️ Please sign & share the link, donate or call number in link to demand justice.”

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"Working in health care is so rewarding. It makes me feel so happy when I know I've made a difference in someone else's life." These are the words of Breonna Taylor and today would have been her 27th birthday. But she won't be able to celebrate because she was murdered, when a team of plainclothes Louisville police officers arrived to execute a no-knock warrant early in the morning of March 13. When police broke into the apartment, her boyfriend, a licensed gun owner, thought they were being robbed, grabbed his weapon and shot an officer in the leg. The officers returned fire, shooting dozens of times, killing Taylor. "Even in being a prosecutor, I'd never quite seen that many bullets in one apartment," says Lonita Baker, a personal injury attorney representing Taylor's family. The two suspects that police were looking for were already in police custody. We wont stop fighting until justice is served. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ PETITION LINK IN BIO ❤️Please sign & share link, donate or call number in link to demand justice. #SayHerName #JusticeForBreonnaTaylor || #RP: @colormecourtney @catpowerofficial. Illustration by @shirien.creates SLIDE 1:⁣⁣ @essiegolden @curvenvy @glamazondiaries @amarachiukachu @tyalexander @colormecourtney @chardlinechanel @addieohh @stylishcurves @ontheqtrain @kurvykatie @lexiwiththecurls @iambeauticurve @simplygailg @styleandpoise @dressupwithjess ⁣⁣ SLIDE 2:⁣⁣ @gabifresh @kellyaugustineb @chanteburkett @alana_reina @simplycurvee @opalbyopal @audreypatriciaw @stylenbeautydoc @monroesteele @blairimani @fromheadtocurve @enigivensunday ❤️ #BlackLivesMatter #JusticeForBreonna

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