Leaked documents reveal new details in Breonna Taylor case
Documents from the Louisville Metro Police Department paint a picture of a close relationship between Taylor and her ex-boyfriend, convicted drug dealer Jamarcus Glover. Critics say they were released in an attempt to justify the raid that took Taylor's life.
It's 39 pages of a summary report written by an LAPD officer involved in the narcotics investigation that led to the death of Briana Taylor in them new pictures and conversations linking Taylor to her ex boyfriend, JaMarcus Glover. The documents describe a close relationship between the two. It includes police learning Glover was using Taylor's car than making numerous trips between her home and a so called trap house on Elliott Avenue. There are also pictures of him picking up packages at her home. Wednesday, Sadiq A. Reynolds of the Louisville Urban League questioned who knew about the information in the report and went. Whoever leaked that report wants to say, See, this is why and what we want to say back is it doesn't justify her death. The documents include jailhouse conversations between them, where Taylor mentions the trap house and worries about Glover and his relationship with police. They detail how Glover was using her address as his residence about two weeks before police obtained the warrant. Taylor's family attorney, Sam Aguilar, called it unfortunate that he only learned of the contents after they were leaked, but that good or bad, he was glad the public has now seen more of the case. F O P President Ryan Nichols called Taylor's death tragic. He believes the report does show what led police to Taylor's apartment in the first place. The documents later showed transcriptions of Glover's jail phone calls after Taylor died, where he talks about her having thousands of dollars of his money and stating the Cheat been handling his money.