An old song has been given new life after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron defended a grand jury's decision to bring charges that have nothing to do with the actual police killing of Breonna Taylor.
A grand jury recommended there should be multiple counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree charged against one of the three Louisville police officers involved in the killing of Breonna Taylor more than six months ago.
The Louisville Metro Police Department has declared a state of emergency "in anticipation of Attorney General Daniel Cameron's announcement in the Breonna Taylor case," which could mean her killers won't be charged.
More Louisville Metro Police Department officers are being investigated in Breonna Taylor's shooting as the city prepares for Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron's decision whether to charge the cops who fired their guns.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron was placed in charge of the case to determine if any charges are warranted for the botched police raid that killed Breonna Taylor.
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