Monday, April 22, 2024

Grand Juror in Breonna Taylor case say they didn’t agree that her death was justified

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The American People are learning more and more about the Grand Jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case.

One Juror has come out and told CNN that they didn’t believe that Taylor’s death was justified and that a homicide charge was not on the table brought by Kentucky AG, Daniel Cameron.

This, ladies and gentlemen, proves why Cameron wanted to fight against the release of the proceedings, but Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Annie O’Connell ordered that the records in the proceedings be released to show if “publicly elected officials are honest.”

According to CNN, in a statement, “Grand Juror #1” said that the only charge presented during the proceedings was wanton endangerment.

The grand juror said they asked AG Cameron about homicide laws but they were not explained to them.

Questions were asked about the additional charges and the grand jury was told there would be none because the prosecutors didn’t feel they could make them stick, the statement obtained by CNN said. The grand jury didn’t agree that certain actions were justified, nor did it decide the indictment should be the only charges in Breonna Taylor case.

AG Cameron said he disagreed with the judge’s decision but would not appeal it.

Hopefully, the FBI will indict the officers on federal charges for the death of Breonna Taylor.

 

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