Breonna Taylor’s Case Goes Before Grand Jury
Written by Site Hub on September 11, 2020
New evidence will be brought before a grand jury next week in the case of the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor by Louisville Police officers.
Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron will be making a statement to the press after the grand jury makes its decision on the indictments for officers Brett Hankison, Myles Cosgrove and Jonathan Mattingly.
So far, the officers haven’t faced any criminal charges, but Hankison was fired for shooting 10 random shots into Taylor’s apartment.
Assistant Attorney Brian Butler commented on the situation, saying:
“He makes a decision about whether he wants to make a recommendation to them, whether he wants to recommend charges be filed, or not be filed, what types of charges would be filed. Ultimately, it’s the grand jury’s decision to do what they think is appropriate.”