[Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron\Breonna Taylor]
CBS: “Cameron has acknowledged he did not recommend murder charges to the grand jury after coming under intense public scrutiny over the the panel’s ruling, which drew outrage and renewed protests over police brutality and racial injustice.”
A judge has granted Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron more time to release grand jury recordings about the March raid in which Breonna Taylor was shot dead by police in her Louisville home.
The grand jury indicted one of the involved officers last week for firing blindly outside the 26-year-old Black woman’s home and endangering her neighbors, but no one was charged in Taylor’s death.
Jefferson Circuit Court judge Ann Bailey Smith on Wednesday granted Cameron two additional days to produce the audio recordings of the grand jury proceedings.
Cameron has acknowledged he did not recommend murder charges to the grand jury after coming under intense public scrutiny over the the panel’s ruling, which drew outrage and renewed protests over police brutality and racial injustice.
Taylor’s family, along with lawyers and activists, have demanded that Cameron release the proceedings in the interests of transparency as key questions linger over what evidence he presented.
Also calling for the public release of the information is an anonymous member of the grand jury who accused Cameron in a legal filing of “using the grand jurors as a shield to deflect accountability and responsibility for these decisions.”
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