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Kentucky AG vs Breonna Taylor grand juror

2020-10-08 17:06:14.134909+00 by Dan Lyke 0 comments

Kentucky attorney general seeks to ban Breonna Taylor grand juror from discussing proceedings

The motion comes the same day as the city of Louisville released a trove of documents from the police department’s internal investigation into the fatal shooting of Taylor while officers carried out a search warrant in March. The documents show other Louisville officers criticizing the raid and cast doubt on the police department’s justifications for the warrant, a key question addressed only in passing in recently released audio of the grand jury proceedings.

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