A question I have not yet seen a complete answer to is: why did the police make the mistake of going into the wrong apartment in the first place?
The police were at the RIGHT apartment but at the WRONG TIME. At one time, the man they were looking for, Taylor's previous boyfriend, used to live at that apartment. I haven't heard when he moved out. In any event, the previous boyfriend was ALREADY IN POLICE CUSTODY at the time of the raid.
What's even more troubling is that an attempt was made to get the previous boyfriend to Taylor in his criminal activities. The boyfriend refused.
During the televised statement yesterday, the AG stated that even though the police had a No Knock warrant, they knocked and announced themselves. This is non-sense! Why would they do that? But, one civilian came forth to state that the police did knock and announce themselves. However, what's missing from the AG's statement was that multiple other witnesses, including the current boyfriend, said they did not knock or announce themselves. When you consider that someone unsuccessfully tried to get Taylor's previous boyfriend to implicate her, it makes you wonder whether or not they incentivized someone to state that the police did not. By not having a trial, Taylor's attorney can not get to assess the truthiness of the lone witness to the knock and announcement.
Finally, the current boyfriend was initially charged but later released. They also falsified the police report. If the police did it fact knock and announce their presence, I would expect the current boyfriend will be re-arrested and charged with interference in the lawful execution of a warrant. I suspect that he won't be charged because then his attorney would rip a gaping hole in the AG's decision. If I were a member of Taylor's family, I would use some of the proceeds of the settlement to pay the attorney fees of the current boyfriend so that he can sue the PD and expose the injustice that has taken place.