Daniel Cameron files motion to delay release of Breonna Taylor grand jury recording Wednesday, Sep 30 2020 

Cameron's office asked for a one week extension to redact names and personal identifiers.


Grand juror in Breonna Taylor case wants to speak freely about proceeding, attorney says Tuesday, Sep 29 2020 

Attorney Kevin Glogower said the anonymous juror has issues with the levels of accountability by Daniel Cameron's office.


Grand juror sues for release of transcripts related to Breonna Taylor case Tuesday, Sep 29 2020 

The juror is also asking the court to make the jury proceedings public.


Grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case to be released Wednesday, Daniel Cameron’s office says Tuesday, Sep 29 2020 

After a judge ordered the release of the recordings Monday, the Kentucky attorney general said he would comply following calls for truth and transparency.


‘It Sounds A Lot Like A PR Campaign’: Louisville Police Tie Looting To Protests Tuesday, Sep 29 2020 


In early June, as protests were erupting in Louisville, police said a group of twenty-somethings who robbed an athletic clothing store miles away from the downtown demonstrations in southern Jefferson County were looting.

All four accused of breaking into the City Gear store on Cane Run Road were charged with third degree burglary, because Kentucky doesn’t have any criminal statutes about “looting.” But looting is how the police described the crime.

Louisville is engulfed in protests and has been all summer long. In that time, Louisville Metro Police have arrested at least 46 people for burglary charges and deemed them to be connected to the protests, according to data provided by the Louisville Metro Police Department.


Why was no one charged for shots fired into Breonna Taylor’s upstairs neighbor’s unit? Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Stanley David lived in Apartment 8, just above Taylor. David told WHAS11 two bullets tore into his home the night of the shooting.


Brett Hankison pleads not guilty to wanton endangerment charges Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Hankison was fired by LMPD for violating standard operating procedure the night of Breonna Taylor's death.


Tim Stark, 23 animals still missing after Wildlife in Need removal process completed Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Tim Stark is wanted in connection to the missing animals after an Indianapolis judge found him in contempt of court.


Former Louisville police detective Brett Hankison to be arraigned Monday Monday, Sep 28 2020 

Hankison was recently indicted on three counts for blindly firing bullets into the apartment adjacent to Breonna Taylor’s as people slept inside.


Attorney: Kentucky State Police ballistics report contradicts Attorney General Daniel Cameron Monday, Sep 28 2020 

The attorney for Kenneth Walker said a ballistics report conducted at the start of the investigation doesn't match up with Cameron's report.


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