A group of senior citizens have parked their chairs on the attorney general’s lawn in an attempt to echo the demands heard across Louisville for months.The group says it is holding a silent vigil for Breonna Taylor.”Recent actions on the streets of Louisville present challenges to elders during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Long marches while chanting can be impossible and large, closely-knit groups aren’t advised for vulnerable people, such as elders,” the group said in a news release.But they say that doesn’t mean they lack compassion.The protest began at 10 a.m. WLKY will continue to update this story.

A group of senior citizens have parked their chairs on the attorney general’s lawn in an attempt to echo the demands heard across Louisville for months.

The group says it is holding a silent vigil for Breonna Taylor.

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“Recent actions on the streets of Louisville present challenges to elders during the time of the COVID-19 pandemic. Long marches while chanting can be impossible and large, closely-knit groups aren’t advised for vulnerable people, such as elders,” the group said in a news release.

But they say that doesn’t mean they lack compassion.

The protest began at 10 a.m. WLKY will continue to update this story.

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