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Jalen Rose yelled “it would be a great day to ARREST THE COPS THAT KILLED BREONNA TAYLOR,” before ESPN went to commercial break, during halftime #BreonnaTaylorMatters [VIDEO]

Tonight, the Miami Heat played the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference Finals matchup. The game aired on ESPN, where Jalen Rose is a part of the halftime crew. In response to Kentucky's ruling, over Breonna Taylor's murder, Jalen Rose ended his commentary, saying today would be a great day to arrest the cops that murdered Breonna Taylor.

Tonight, the Miami Heat played the Boston Celtics in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference Finals matchup. The game aired on ESPN, where Jalen Rose is a part of the halftime crew. In response to Kentucky's ruling, over Breonna Taylor's murder, Jalen Rose ended his commentary, saying today would be a great day to arrest the cops that murdered Breonna Taylor.By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

A grave miscarriage of justice took place, this afternoon, when the state (Commonwealth) of Kentucky refused to take action against the police officers who murdered Breonna Taylor. On top of this, there are reports of the state trying to disparage her name, in death. It’s all very sad.

Breonna Taylor was a young woman, 26-years-old, with her whole life ahead of her. The police officers did the no knock on the wrong apartment, killing her. It was Brett Hankison who actually murdered her, going on vacation, this summer.

Tonight, ESPN aired Game 4 of the Miami Heat/Boston Celtics series, in the Eastern Conference Finals. The halftime show boasts Jalen Rose as a commentator. As the show cut to commercial break, Rose said “today is a great day to arrest the cops that murdered Breonna Taylor.

Watch the entire video clip below:

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