NO HOMICIDE SOUGHT IN TAYLOR GRAND JURY

AG never asked grand jury to consider homicide charges in Breonna Taylor’s killing

AG never asked grand jury to consider homicide charges in Breonna Taylor’s killing

A Kentucky judge has ordered the release of audio recordings from the grand jury hearing in the Breonna Taylor case despite warnings from state Attorney General Daniel Cameron that the move could jeopardize a federal investigation and an admission that no homicide charges were recommended to the panel.

NO HOMICIDE SOUGHT IN TAYLOR GRAND JURY

NO HOMICIDE SOUGHT IN TAYLOR GRAND JURY

The decision by a Jefferson County Circuit Court judge came after an anonymous member of the grand jury who heard evidence in the high-profile case filed a motion asking that the transcripts and recordings of the three-day hearing be released. The grand juror also requested the judge allow members of the panel to speak publicly about the evidence they heard in the case and the decision they reached.

“My client is ‘aggrieved,’ to use that term, that what was presented is not being publicly disclosed,” the grand juror’s attorney, Keven Glogower, said at a news conference on Tuesday morning.

DAWG SAYS: WE HAVE DETERIORATED TO THE POINT THAT GRAND JURY MEMBERS NEED TO HAVE AN ATTORNEY THESE DAYS.

AND IT DOES NOT SOUND LIKE HOMICIDE CHARGES WERE APPROPIATE



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2 Comments

  1. Jurisprudence is being corrupted by billionaires who want their own way. The District Attorneys of many liberal communities are changing the rules to suit themselves and their puppet masters. See San Francisco’s current DA.

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      Again aint that the truth

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