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Breonna Taylor Grand Jurors Feel Betrayed Over Lack of Homicide Charges

TMZ.com Wednesday, 28 October 2020
Two grand jurors in the Breonna Taylor case are speaking on camera to call out Attorney General Daniel Cameron -- who they say betrayed them by never giving them a chance to consider murder or manslaughter charges against the officers. CBS News'…
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News video: 11pm KY Grand Jurors PKG 10.29.2020

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TWO GRAND JURORS IN THE BREONNA TAYLOR CASE SAY ... THEY BELIEVE MORE CHARGES AGAINST THE OFFICERS INVOLVED ... MIGHT BE APPROPRIATE.

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