Louisville declares state of emergency --activists fear GOP Attorney General won’t charge cops who killed Breonna Taylor
Breonna Taylor, shown at a graduation ceremony, was shot dead by police on March 13 (AFP)

Activists fear moves by authorities in Kentucky suggest that Republican Attorney General Daniel Cameron will not charge the Louisville Metro Police Department officers who fatally shot Breonna Taylor.

"The Louisville Metro Police Department has canceled all days off and pending vacation requests while waiting for Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's decision regarding the Breonna Taylor case," the Courier Journal reported Monday. "The state of emergency cancellations are 'until further notice,' LMPD said in a Monday statement. According to an internal memo, the order is to 'ensure we have the appropriate level of staffing to provide for public safety services and our policing functions.'"

The LMPD also declared a state of emergency.

And police are assembling downtown.

Here's some of what people are saying: