A juror in the Breonna Taylor case has filed a motion seeking permission to speak publicly and the juror wants the grand jury transcripts and records released.
The suit was filed around 4 p.m. on Monday, September 28.
In the court filing, an attorney for the juror wrote:
The full story and absolute truth of how this matter was handled from beginning to end is now an issue of great public interest and has become a large part of the discussion of public trust throughout the country.
You may recall the impassioned speech Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron delivered following the announcement that only one officer, Brett Hankinson, would be charged for the bullets that hit the white neighbor’s apartment.
None of the officers were charged for killing Breonna Taylor in her own home.
Daniel Cameron claims the jury wasn’t tainted in any way and they based their decision on all of the facts presented to them.
Well, the motion filed by the juror appears to prove a lie don’t care who tells it.
The motion also read:
The attorney general publicly made many statements that referenced what the grand jury heard and decisions that were made based on what certain witnesses said.
He further laid those decisions at the feet of the grand jury while failing to answer specific questions regarding the charges presented. Attorney General Cameron attempted to make it very clear that the grand jury alone made the decision on who and what to charge based solely on the evidence presented to them.
Attorney Ben Crump took to social media to announce the motion filed by the juror.
Oh, it ain’t over…
Source: Louisville Courier Journal