Despite defending the no-knock search warrant that led to the police killing of Breonna Taylor, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is leading a Search Warrant Task Force he said he hoped would make the state "a national model for search warrants."

In a very on-brand move, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is trying to overturn the governor's mandate for children to wear masks in schools as the COVID-19 delta variant ravishes the state.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has taken measures to protect his own life just weeks after his apparently pro-police presentation to a grand jury neglected to take Breonna Taylor's life into account.

The revelation, made by organizer Christopher 2X, comes less than one week after the transcripts were made public due to an unknown juror who filed a motion for the transcripts to be released.

A grand jury empaneled by Kentucky's attorney general is set to decide "very soon" whether to charge one, some or all of the officers involved with the botched no-knock warrant that led to Breonna Taylor's killing.


It's been more than three months since Louisville police officers executed Breonna Taylor in her own home.

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.