Shooting of Breonna Taylor
An anonymous statement released Thursday griped that jurors were only able to consider endangerment charges against one officer for shooting into Taylor's neighbor's apartment.
The Black woman was shot by white officers in her home in Louisville, Kentucky. None of the officers involved was charged in her death.
Kenneth Walker told CBS's Gayle King that he found out his girlfriend died in the police shooting when he watched the news while he was wrongly detained.
No officers were charged with Taylor's killing. A grand jury member said they were not asked to consider homicide or manslaughter charges.
Louisville, Kentucky, police were told "repeatedly" that no suspicious packages had been received at her address, according to an internal police investigation.
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.
“We have no concerns with grand jurors sharing their thoughts on our presentation because we are confident in the case we presented,” the AG said.
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.
Police are preparing for possible clashes as thousands are expected to attend the Proud Boys-sponsored event.
State Rep. Attica Scott was among 24 people arrested in Louisville late Thursday during protests demanding justice for Breonna Taylor.