A grand jury judge who has decided not to return a murder or manslaughter charge for any of the three police officers directly involved in Breonna Taylor's murder is reportedly suing that all of their reasoning be made public.
In a new trial, the unidentified juror calls on the courts to release the minutes and records of the grand jury, as well as the opportunity for his fellow judges to speak freely about the case.
"The whole story, and the absolute truth of how this matter was handled from start to finish, is now a topic of great public concern and has become a huge part of the public trust discussion across the country," said Kevin Glogower , the juror's lawyer, wrote in the court record.
According to the Courier-Journal, the documents were filed shortly after 4 p.m. on Monday (September 28), just under five days since the grand jury returned their decision.
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The lawsuit accuses Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron of using the jury "as a shield to divert accountability and responsibility for these decisions," saying that "more doubts have arisen in the process."
Cameron did not say during the press conference last Wednesday which charges the grand jury was considering or who they were considering.
A large jury returned three cases of "wanton endangerment" against former officer Brett Hankinson for shooting into another apartment in the first grade. The fees also included a $ 15,000 bond. The other two officers, Sgt. John Mattingly and Det. Myles Cosgrove, were not charged and are remaining on the force. Hankinson was released in July.
Taylor's family lawyers are calling on Cameron, who is reportedly being considered for Trump's next Supreme Court election, to release the grand jury minutes.
After midnight on March 13, Hankison, Cosgrove, and Mattingly executed a botched warrant at Taylor's apartment (although the Kentucky Attorney General claimed the warrant was not a warrant and police announced their presence before marching into the apartment) that they agreed with her friend Kenneth Walker shared. Thinking they were intruders, Walker fired his weapon. Taylor, 26, was beaten six times and died.