Kentucky Attorney General says more information will be released in Taylor case
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says he'll comply with a Judge's ruling that orders an audio recording of the grand jury presentation be made available to the public.
nationwide protests on behalf of Briana Taylor, three emergency medical technician fatally shot in her home in March during a police raid in Louisville, Kentucky. Why is this black woman killed in the sanctity of her own apartment? That is the question her mother has been asking since the first day this tragedy happened. Some possible answers might be available soon. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron says he'll comply with the judge's ruling that orders an audio recording of the grand jury presentation be made available to the public. Briana Taylor's family is relieved because there's, ah, step forward. We understand the journey for justice is awfully a long journey, but this is a good step forward. This announcement comes after a grand juror filed a motion requesting that all related material from the grand jury presentation be released. My client wants to make sure that anything that happened in their becomes something of public knowledge to the extent it's legally allowed. Thio, incoming interim Louisville Metro Police chief vet Gentry, says the public deserves transparency. People want to know from the moment there was affidavit presented, um, to the execution of the warrant, um, in which Briana died unto the supervision. There's a whole lot of questions. I'm John Laurens reporting