In Louisville has fired a police officer involved in the death of African-American

One of three police-involved shooting in the us city of Louisville, which resulted in the death of African-American, Brionna Taylor, Bret Hankins was dismissed, the letter police chief Robert Schroeder, published in the account of the police Department on Twitter.

Taylor, a 26-year-old employee of the ambulance, died in March this year after police during the execution of a search warrant and shot her eight times. Police opened fire after one of them shot the boyfriend of the girl, believing that there was a break.

It is noted that the police also shot blind and some of the shots hit a nearby apartment.

"This is a serious violation of our rules ... Your actions have defiled you and your Department ... Your behavior leaves me no other choice but to fire you immediately," reads the letter.