The Curious Case of Travis Nagdy
A little before 12:30 a.m. on Monday, November 23, a young activist named Hamza “Travis” Nagdy was shot to death in Louisville. A number of news reports stated that he had been shot “in a carjacking.” His cause célèbre was leading protests in the wake of the decision of a grand jury not to indict the police officers who fatally shot Breonna Taylor while in the course of serving a warrant.
Apparently Nagdy bought into the narrative that was spun around Taylor after her death: She was an EMT, a first responder, an angel in human form who materialized when people were in danger of dying and who saved their lives. Bungling police, looking for her drug-dealing ex-boyfriend, burst into her apartment and shot her to death as she lay asleep in bed.
But reality differs from the parroted narrative: Taylor was no longer an EMT; after finishing her training, she was an EMT for only about five months before she quit, her personnel file stating that she was ineligible for rehire. This usually occurs when someone messes up and is given the option of resigning instead of being fired. Her EMT license had since expired, and she was actua
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