Daniel Cameron Kentucky politician

The "Savage" rapper sent a powerful message about Breonna Taylor's case using audio clips of speeches by Malcolm X and activist Tamika Mallory.
Attorney General Daniel Cameron's comments come after a grand jury didn't charge any Louisville officers in the high-profile killing of a Black medical worker.
Daniel Cameron said Kenneth Walker shot an officer in the leg as police were serving a warrant on Taylor's home. Multiple reports say evidence doesn't back his claim.
Ben Crump and Lonita Baker, attorneys for the family, demanded that officials release a transcript of the grand jury hearing.
Daniel Cameron, who spoke in support of President Donald Trump's reelection, has been criticized for failing to charge police officers in Taylor's shooting death.
The demonstrators face felony charges for trying to "intimidate" the prosecutor, police said.
“As a Louisvillian, as a human being, I cannot be silent,” the actor wrote.