FRANKFORT, KY - SEPTEMBER 23: Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron speaks during a press conference to announce a grand jury's decision to indict one of three Louisville Metro Police Department officers involved in the shooting death of Breonna Taylor on September 23, 2020 in Frankfort, Kentucky. Former Louisville Metro Police Officer Brett Hankison has been charged with wanton endangerment for shooting into neighboring apartments during the execution of a fatal raid on Taylor's apartment on March 13, 2020.
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Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron Files Motion To Ban Grand Juror From The Breonna Taylor Case

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron wants to make sure that the details in the Breonna Taylor case remain quiet. 

Cameron has filed a motion as an attempt to ban an unidentified grand juror from publicly speaking about the details during the indictment proceedings. As reported by The Root, the juror filed a motion requesting that Cameron release the audio recordings of the proceedings and also requested the right to speak freely of the case and the process. 

While announcing the motion Cameron said, “As I’ve stated prior, I have no concerns with a grand juror sharing their thoughts or opinions about me and my office’s involvement in the matter involving the death of Ms. Breonna Taylor.” 

He continued, “However, I have concerns with a grand juror seeking to make anonymous and unlimited disclosures about the grand jury proceedings. Allowing this disclosure would irreversibly alter Kentucky’s legal system by making it difficult for prosecutors and the public to have confidence in the secrecy of the grand jury process going forward.” 


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