Louis Casiano, Fox News, April 16, 2021
In a Wednesday Facebook post, Tamika Palmer gave credit to family, friends and local community activists for supporting her family after her 26-year-old daughter was killed during a botched police drug raid last year.
She aimed her criticism at Black Lives Matter Louisville and state Rep. Attica Scott, a Democrat who has pushed for legislation to ban “no-knock” warrants in Kentucky, the kind police used the night officers fatally shot Taylor in her apartment.
“I have never personally dealt with BLM Louisville and personally have found them to be fraud, Attica Scott another fraud,” Palmer wrote.
She also lashed out against people who raised money on behalf of Taylor’s family without knowing her or her daughter.