What's the otherside? Louisville cop who was shot in the leg after entering Breonna Taylor's apartment WAS hit by her boyfriend, not 'friendly fire', ballistics report shows By KAREN RUIZ FOR DAILYMAIL.COM PUBLISHED: 09:38 EDT, 9 October 2020 | UPDATED: 12:29 EDT, 9 October 2020 The Louisville cop who was shot in the leg during a shootout at Breonna Taylor's apartment was struck by her boyfriend, not 'friendly fire', a newly released ballistics report confirms. Sergeant John Mattingly was wounded in the deadly late night raid on March 13 after he and two other officers breached the door of Taylor's home while serving a 'no-knock' search warrant. Taylor's boyfriend Kenneth Walker had mistaken the cops for intruders and fired a 'warning shot' at the door, striking Mattingly in the thigh and prompting officers to return fire.... ...The report, however reveals Mattingly was hit by a 9mm round and only one 9mm casing was found at the scene that was fired from Walker's Glock handgun. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...d-Kenneth-Walker-ballistics-report-shows.html Warning shots are fired in the air or into the ground or a mattress or a couch not AT the target.