In the call, Walker tells the 911 operator, “Someone kicked the door and shot my girlfriend,” and that Taylor was not answering the ground.
Taylor was killed at least eight times in March when three agents entered his Kentucky apartment by force to serve a search warrant in an investigation into narcotics. The department said the officers announced themselves and returned Walker’s shots.
“This call is one of the most difficult things I’ve ever heard,” said attorney Sam Aguiar in a statement on Thursday. “Kenneth Walker is a great man. He stayed by Breonna’s side. He lost the love of his life and then went to prison after doing everything right. He had no idea who had entered the house and shot. My heart bleeds for him and his family. “
The FBI has launched an investigation into the accident and the Louisville Metro Police Department said it would require sworn officers to wear cameras.
Protesters gathered this week to ask for justice for Taylor.
“Understandably, the emotions are high. As Breonna’s mother says, we are calm as we work for truth and justice,” said Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Facebook.