PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia 76ers forward Tobias Harris used his time with the media on Monday to get one specific message out. Harris used less than a minute of his media availability to address the police shooting of Breonna Taylor.
Taylor was shot by Louisville Metro Police Department while asleep in her bed on March 13.READ MORE: 2 Men Injured, 1 In Critical Condition, After Allegheny West Shooting: Police
The Sixers’ forward was asked about the new social justice T-shirts that Houston Rockets guard Russell Westbrook and the NBA collaborated on for players.
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Harris responded by saying, “Nothing against the T-shirts, but we want to make sure that Daniel Cameron [the Attorney General of Kentucky] will arrest the cops and the officers involved with Breonna Taylor’s death and that’s all I’ve got to say,” Harris said.MORE NEWS: Police Arrest Kareen Welton For Several Hit-And-Runs In Philadelphia, Including Crash That Killed Woman In Center City
He followed this answer up by telling media members that his answers would be the same for each question.