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Kentucky AG asks to delay release of grand jury testimony in Breonna Taylor case

Kentucky AG asks to delay release of grand jury testimony in Breonna Taylor case

Kentucky’s AG asked the court for a week delay in the release of a grand jury recording in the Breonna Taylor case, saying it needs time to redact witnesses’ personal information since the recording is 20 hours long. Jefferson Circuit Judge Ann Bailey Smith took the rare step of ordering the release earlier this week. She is expected to rule on the request for delay on Wednesday.

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Rocky
Rocky 4 weeks

So sad. Not only do they not trust law enforcement, now they don't even trust a grand jury of their peers. Pathetic. So let me get this straight. The police were racist and shot her in cold blood and the grand jury was racist because they didn't indict in opposition to the facts of the case and the letter of the law. I thought they wanted fairness and order. I guess they just want to attack and hurt regardless of facts or truth.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 4 weeks

We have government officials in Portland, LA, SF, Chicago and New York who are flagrantly refusing to enforce the laws, and now we have a judge ordering confidential grand jury transcripts be released against all good sense, just to placate people who threaten violence of not appeased. We are losing our civilization to mob rule.

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