Kentucky AG agrees to release grand jury tape in Brayo Taylor case


Last week, a grand jury in Lewisville issued charges against one of the officers endangering Taylor’s neighbor, who was fired at his home. On March 13, no officers were involved in the shooting of five officers in Taylor’s murder after knocking on the door for officers to serve a narcotics warrant.

Cameron said last week that two officers, Jonathan Mattingly and Miles Cosgrove, were justified in firing their weapons as Taylor’s boyfriend Kenneth Walker opened fire on them.

“Our prosecutors presented all the evidence, even if the evidence supported that sergeant. Maturity and discovery. Cosgrove was justified in his use of force after being fired by Kenneth Walker, ”Cameron said in the statement. “For this reason, the only fee recommended was danger.”

On Monday, a grand juror, who was not identified, filed a court motion and asked a judge to release a record of grand jury proceedings.

Cameron agreed to release the recording, saying the grand jury meant “secret body”.

“It is clear that the public interest in this case is not going to allow this to happen,” Cameron said.

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