It has been revealed that, murder and manslaughter charges against the officers involved in the Breonna Taylor case, were never presented to the grand jury, which goes against what Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron said.
Two of the grand jurors in the case told Gayle King on CBS This Morning, and were asked what they thought of the police's behavior and actions on the night Breonna was killed.
The first juror's, identity was shielded.
"They couldn't even provide a risk assessment. It sounded like they hadn't done one. Their organization leading up to this was lacking… that's what I mean by they were negligent in the operation."
They explained that jurors were never given a chance to consider murder or manslaughter charges. The jurors were told that "there would be [no other charges] because the prosecutors didn't feel they could make them stick".
The second juror claimed that the police's actions were "criminal".
"They were criminal leading up to this in everything that they — the way they moved forward on it, including the warrant," they said, claiming that their behavior was deceptive.
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