Breonna Taylor, a young medical worker who turned her life around was scared to death minutes before she tragically passed.

Kenneth Walker sat down and spoke about what transpired that evening.

The young man responded after Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly had his own interview with ABC’s Michael Strahan.

In an interview with ABC News and Louisville’s Courier Journal, Kenneth Walker recalled the night officers executed the no-knock search warrant and said he and Taylor were “scared to death.”

Earlier this month Mr. Walker had an exclusive sit-down with CBS’s Gayle King.

Breonna Taylor’s boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, shares the details of the night she was fatally shot by police in her own home in an exclusive broadcast interview with “CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King. From the knock on the door to the barrage of bullets, to the 911 call and his arrest, Walker describes what he says really happened that night.

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