26 years before Breonna Taylor, no-knock warrant in Boston ended tragically

State Rep. Liz Miranda and Sen. Cynthia Stone Creem introduced a bill in June that would outright ban no-knock search warrants in Massachusetts.

In July, the House approved an amendment to only allow the use of no-knock warrants if police didn’t suspect children or adults older than 65 were in the home.

The State Senate proposed its own version of a police reform bill that would have required investigators to establish “probable cause that if the law enforcement officer announced their presence their life or the lives of others will be endangered.”

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