Breonna Taylor Update: The Case Will Go Before A Grand Jury

Breonna Taylor Update: The Case Will Go Before A Grand Jury

The case of Breonna Taylor gets an update – it seems that it will go before a grand jury and the Kentucky AG is expected to make an announcement about some possible indictments following jury’s findings.

The Shade Room knows more details about the situation.

‘Despite the fact that it’s been nearly six months since the fatal police shooting of #BreonnaTaylor and no arrests have been made, the Kentucky attorney general is reportedly planning to present evidence from the shooting to a grand jury as early as next week,’ TSR writes.

TSR cites the latest reports from NBC News and reveals that the case will be presented before a grand jury in Louisville at an undisclosed location.

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TSR STAFF: Christina C! @cdelafresh ___ #TSRUpdatez: Despite the fact that it’s been nearly six months since the fatal police shooting of #BreonnaTaylor and no arrests have been made, the Kentucky attorney general is reportedly planning to present evidence from the shooting to a grand jury as early as next week. ___ The case will be presented before a grand jury in Louisville at an undisclosed location, @nbcnews reports. Giving some hope to the tens of thousands of people who have been relentlessly calling for justice in Breonna’s name, this could mean indictments for the three officers who broke into her apartment with a no-knock warrant and gunned her down. ___ Once the grand jury makes a decision, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is expected to make a public announcement to share his office’s investigative findings and the grand jury’s decision on possible indictments for those officers, one of whom has since been terminated for blindly firing 10 rounds into Breonna’s apartment. ___ In order to indict any of the three officers who fired shots on the night of Taylor’s death, nine jurors must decide that there is “sufficient” evidence to believe—read more at TheShadeRoom.com

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‘Giving some hope to the tens of thousands of people who have been relentlessly calling for justice in Breonna’s name, this could mean indictments for the three officers who broke into her apartment with a no-knock warrant and gunned her down,’ TSR continues.

It’s been also reported that after the grand jury makes a final decision, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron is expected to ‘make a public announcement in order to share his office’s investigative findings and the grand jury’s decision on possible indictments for those officers, one of whom has since been terminated for blindly firing 10 rounds into Breonna’s apartment.’

Someone posted this: ‘WE did this! Keeping her name alive did this! Let’s get Justice for her family!’

A commenter wrote: ‘If a black fed shot a sleeping Caucasian woman in bed “accidentally” like this they’d be in jail with a life sentence in under a week tops.’

One other follower said: ‘When you kill innocent people, you should go to jail…it should be that simple right?…NOT‼️’

A lot of people in the celebrity world have also been fighting for justice in Breonna’s case, and the stars who have been struggling include Porsha Williams and more.