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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:32 min | 4 months ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Crazy for talking about a police cover up. What we've been saying. And the rest of them back there where we've been seeing on day one. Y'all learning what we've been seeing was the truth. That they shouldn't have been there on that Brianna didn't deserve that. Palmer noted that it's been 874 days since her daughter's death. She was just 26 years old. Palmer criticized Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron, whose office first investigated the raid two years ago. None of the officers were directly charged with Taylor's death as a result. It didn't start. He had, he had the right to do the right thing and he chose Nazi. Cameron, a Republican who's running for governor, has defended his decision, saying officers fired shots into Taylor's apartment in self defense. Palmer family attorney then crump said today was a historic day, not just for Taylor's family. We can say this is a day that black women, so equal justice in the United States of America. She's looking down from heaven. Today. Two of the Louisville officers had already been fired, the others are in the process of losing their jobs, at least one of them is expected to appear in federal court next week. For NPR news, I'm Roberto rodan in Louisville. The Food and Drug Administration's decision not to expand eligibility for second COVID-19 boosters this summer. Has left younger adults in limbo and many are frustrated. NPR health correspondent rob Stein has that story. Aaron Bryant has been anxiously waiting to get her second booster, mostly because her 6 year old son has special needs, and she can't afford to be out of commission with COVID. I definitely want to get the shot, the booster because I want to be able to take care of him and if I get sick, then I wouldn't be able to care for him. The problem is, Brian, who has grown up, Virginia is 43, only people who are 50 or older were of weak men systems are eligible for fourth shots. Second boosters, but it's been more than 7 months since she got her first booster, her immunity has been fading, and everyone around her seems to be catching the virus in the latest surge. Yes, I'm worried about getting the other variant that's rampant right now. I just, I know that I can't be down for more than a day at most. But the FDA just decided against allowing all younger adults to get second boosters because it's focusing instead on working to make the next generation of boosters available sooner, hopefully in September. I think that was the wrong decision to make. I think it should be up to the individual person. It should be their decision, not the FDA

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The United States attorney's office and the Department of Justice for how far it went in this case. They put forward an argument today that completely tears asunder constitutional principle of separation of powers. The prosecution argue that Bannon had blatantly disregarded the House select committee subpoena for him to testify and turn over documents. Bannon is facing up to two years in prison and thousands of dollars in fines. He's scheduled to be sentenced in October. Windsor Johnston NPR news, Washington. A court ruling today in Kentucky means abortion procedures can continue in that state for now for member station W UK Karen tsarist war. Abortions will remain legal in Kentucky until a lawsuit filed by the ACLU over the state's law that bans abortions is decided. The law which was automatically triggered when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade in June, initially made nearly all abortions illegal in Kentucky. The ACLU immediately filed suit to block the law, so far the ACLU has won every court challenge to the abortion ban. Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron asked the court to allow the trigger law to stand. While the ACLU's lawsuit played out. For NPR news, I'm Karen Tsar in Lexington. Speaking from The White House where he's isolating and recovering from COVID-19, President Biden today told reporters he is quote feeling better than I sound. The president who tested positive for the coronavirus earlier this week turned to the economy saying gas prices are coming down in part due to administration efforts to get more oil into the pipeline. We admitted more work needs to be done. Today, we're producing 12 million barrels per day. And we're on track to hit a near record

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Starting today, abortion providers in Kentucky can resume procedures, a Kentucky judge, but the Commonwealth's abortion ban on hold, at least for now. From member station Wu ky, Karen Tsar reports. After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade one week ago, a trigger law passed by Kentucky legislators in 2019 immediately went into effect. It essentially halted all abortions in the state, unless a mother's life was at risk. The ACLU of Kentucky filed a lawsuit on behalf of BMW women's surgical center and Planned Parenthood. The state's only to abortion providers. On Thursday, judge Mitch Perry granted a request for a temporary suspension of the trigger law. Tomorrow waiter is the state director of Planned Parenthood alliance advocates in Louisville. We're here to send a clear message the ability to control your own body and make your own medical decisions is a fundamental human right. David Wallace, the executive director of the family foundation in Kentucky, called the decision egregiously wrong. There are lives that are going to be lost because this judge took this action. And so that certainly extremely disappointing and just tragic. When the Supreme Court decision came down last week, amber duke, interim executive director of the ACLU of Kentucky, said EM women's surgical center canceled a 199 upcoming appointments and 15 patients waiting for procedures were sent home. Many, leaving in tears. Our clients had to turn people away and tell people who were there for appointments that they could not receive care. Both of Kentucky's providers have been guiding women to neighboring states for care. Kentucky Republican, attorney general Daniel Cameron, a staunch anti abortion supporter, declined to be interviewed following Thursday's ruling, but said they'd fight. Both sides will be back in a Kentucky courtroom

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:02 min | 5 months ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Starting today, abortion providers in Kentucky can resume procedures, a Kentucky judge, but the Commonwealth's abortion ban on hold, at least for now. From member station Wu ky, Karen Tsar reports. After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned roe versus wade one week ago, a trigger law passed by Kentucky legislators in 2019 immediately went into effect. It essentially halted all abortions in the state, unless a mother's life was at risk. The ACLU of Kentucky filed a lawsuit on behalf of BMW women's surgical center and Planned Parenthood. The state's only two abortion providers. On Thursday, judge Mitch Perry granted a request for a temporary suspension of the trigger law. Tomorrow waiter is the state director of Planned Parenthood alliance advocates in Louisville. We're here to send a clear message the ability to control your own body and make your own medical decisions is a fundamental human right. David Wallace, the executive director of the family foundation in Kentucky, called the decision quote, egregiously wrong. There are lives that are going to be lost because this judge took this action. And so that certainly extremely disappointing and just tragic. When the Supreme Court decision came down last week, amber duke, interim executive director of the ACLU of Kentucky, said BMW women's surgical center, canceled a 199 upcoming appointments, and 15 patients waiting for procedures were sent home. Many, leaving in tears. Our clients had to turn people away and tell people who were there for appointments that they could not receive care. Both of Kentucky's providers have been guiding women to neighboring states for care. Kentucky Republican, attorney general Daniel Cameron, a staunch anti abortion supporter, declined to be interviewed following Thursday's ruling, but said they'd fight. Both sides will be back in a Kentucky courtroom next Wednesday

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:28 min | 5 months ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And celebration for others. After the U.S. Supreme Court overturned its own precedent, finding that there is no constitutional right to an abortion. Immediately, states began restricting and banning abortion in many parts of the country, and this week a new round of legal battles will begin in state courts on behalf of abortion care providers. This time without federal protections to fall back on. Here in Kentucky, performing an abortion at any point in a pregnancy is now a crime. With a single exception in cases where the pregnant person's life is threatened. But for healthcare providers, even that narrow exception is confusing. Doctor Louis monic meets us in downtown Louisville still in his scrubs. I just came off of 24 hour shift on labor and delivery and it's business as usual. People come in for pregnancy care for deliveries. But the o-b-gyn says it's the unknown under this new ban on abortion that's worrying him and fellow doctors. I mean, at this point, have you thought about legally when you can and can not perform this procedure? The short answer is, I don't know, partly because some of these laws and the law in Kentucky was not written by medical experts. If you're making a decision, okay, this person's life is threatened. What would you be afraid of in making those decisions? I think the best example is ectopic pregnancies. They will never be a full term fetus. They will never result in a live birth of a healthy baby at some point, many of them will rupture and can lead to sudden intense bleeding that can kill someone in minutes to hours. So many of us are put in this hard position of having to choose between doing what we think is right and necessary and having to worry about possible criminal consequences and it may be that there is that exception for lifesaving measures, but that may not stop us from getting accused, charged or something, and having to go through the whole process of dealing with that. Are you scared? I am scared. And I think a lot of us are because there's nowhere else in medicine that is policed and regulated and now criminalized to such a degree. University of Louisville law professor Jamie Abrams says that fear is warranted. That's the trouble with prosecutorial discretion is you don't know how it will be exercised in various jurisdictions locally. We are going to see people who even if they know they're stretching the law, might try to do that to get themselves the claim of trying to be the most anti abortion prosecutor in our state. We ask Kentucky's attorney general Daniel Cameron and Jefferson county attorney Michael O'Connell to speak with us about how they would apply the new law. O'Connell's office did not make him available, and attorney general Cameron's office referred us to his press conference in which he said he wants to make sure that the law is sufficiently followed. It's Heather get Eric's job to defend healthcare providers who perform abortions in Kentucky. She's with the ACLU, and she represents BMW women's surgical center. It provides abortion care and birth control counseling. It's closed

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:16 min | 5 months ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Court overturned its own precedent, finding that there is no constitutional right to an abortion. Immediately, states began restricting and banning abortion in many parts of the country, and this week a new round of legal battles will begin in state courts on behalf of abortion care providers. This time without federal protections to fall back on. Here in Kentucky, performing an abortion at any point in a pregnancy is now a crime. With a single exception in cases where the pregnant person's life is threatened. But for healthcare providers, even that narrow exception is confusing. Doctor Louis monig meets us in downtown Louisville still in his scrubs. I just came off of 24 hour shift on labor and delivery. And it's business as usual. People come in for pregnancy care for deliveries. But the o-b-gyn says it's the unknown under this new ban on abortion that's worrying him and fellow doctors. I mean, at this point, have you thought about legally when you can and can not perform this procedure? Short answer is, I don't know, partly because some of these laws and the law in Kentucky was not written by medical experts. If you're making a decision, okay, this person's life is threatened. What would you be afraid of and making those decisions? I think the best example is ectopic pregnancies. They will never be a full term fetus. They will never result in a live birth of a healthy baby at some point, many of them will rupture and can lead to sudden intense bleeding that can kill someone in man's to hours. So many of us are put in this hard position of having to choose between doing what we think is right and necessary and having to worry about possible criminal consequences. And it may be that there is that exception for lifesaving measures, but that may not stop us from getting accused, charged or something, and having to go through the whole process of dealing with that. Are you scared? I am scared. And I think a lot of us are because there's nowhere else in medicine that is policed and regulated and now criminalized to such a degree. University of lieu of a law professor Jamie Abrams says that fear is warranted. That's the trouble with prosecutorial discretion is you don't know how it will be exercised in various jurisdictions locally. We are going to see people who even if they know they're stretching the law, might try to do that to get themselves the claim of trying to be the most anti abortion prosecutor in our state. We ask Kentucky's attorney general Daniel Cameron and Jefferson county attorney Michael O'Connell to speak with us about how they would apply the new law. O'Connell's office did not make him available, and attorney general Cameron's office referred us to his press conference in which he said he wants to make sure that the law is sufficiently followed. It's Heather get Eric's job to defend healthcare providers who perform abortions in Kentucky. She's with the ACLU, and she represents emw women's

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Kentucky Gov. Beshear Suffers Legal Defeat in Combating COVID Surge

Ken Broo

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Kentucky Gov. Beshear Suffers Legal Defeat in Combating COVID Surge

"The Kentucky Supreme Court handed governor Bashir a legal defeat involving his pandemic emergency powers with the 11 30 report. I'm Sarah Elise. Breaking down. The court ruled on the Democratic governors challenge of Republican backed laws that limit his authority to enact emergency orders during the covid pandemic. The justices unanimously said of Franklin Circuit Court judge should not have blocked the new laws from taking effect and sent the case back to the lower court to dissolve the injunction. Governor Bashir sued the Legislature and Attorney General Daniel Cameron, arguing the laws undermined his ability to respond to the pandemic. Earlier this month, Governor Bashir Issued an executive order requiring masks inside Kentucky

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Daniel Cameron It's official Wildlife Commission violated the steak Open Meetings Act three times this year and last in connection with his controversial reinstatement of storm as its commissioner. Attorney General Cameron said the Fishwife commission violates the law when it went into closed session without first providing sufficient explanation to those closed meetings. Um Richards had complained the camera that the nine member commission and its January 31st meeting last year. In April one in April 14 meetings this year. Help private sessions sessions. To discuss storm. They violated open meetings law when it failed to adequately explain The purpose for the close sessions. Richards also has also craved. The commission could not discuss storm in closed session. But Cameron said the commission did not run afoul of the law about discussing personnel manners during the closed meetings. Richards, in his lawsuit said the defendants willfully violated the Open meetings Act. The lawsuit has asked for temporary and permanent injunction. Remembering storms Commissioner It was fouled back. Richards by Lexington Attorney James Your older Storm first became commissioner of January 2019. Turning the governor Matt Bevin administration. Despite objections from Governor Andy Bashir's fish, while commission in April gave storm a new four year contract to be commissioner. For $140,000 a year and jumping to 147,000. In each of the next three years that included other benefits, like sickly pays health insurance and state payment of F I. C a A U. S. Federal Pay liberal tax Um.

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly

"Our government that's democratic you're really is the senate as initially designed. The senators were elected by the state legislatures. They weren't even responsive to the people and so the house is the one that's designed to be. Democratic is designed to be the one that that slows things down cools things office. He said and is deliberate and the other thing that he said that that i think is just such a key is he said good. Government is the best reelection policy right. If you do something everybody likes you're gonna get reelected this idea that that the biden campaign has right now that they've got a ram through all this unpopular stuff before they lose power in two years. Why don't you just ram through popular stuff and retain power in. Why don't you just do things. The americans want you to do and get reelected instead of doing things that you know. That americans oppose. And you know that you're gonna lose the election and what they're hoping to do is do things americans oppose and make them permanent and it's just such a bad plan in joe. Manchin is exactly right about this. The the best most popular government is good government and we have a really great example of that in the the attorney. General in the state of kentucky. Daniel cameron is this is the kind of public servant that we all want to have. More of here's daniel cameron. I just wanted to have him with us. Daniel cameron thanks very much for being here. Thanks for having me you. Do you believe this country is systemically racist. Well no i don't believe this country is systemically racists. What i believe is that this country has always tried from the very beginning to become a more perfect union and certainly we've had our challenges throughout this nation's history and there's no hiding from that But when you hear comments like you heard from a president biden and others that throw fuel on the fire that explode the tensions that we have in this country. That's not good for hoping to unify this country. And so in my part i try to stay away from hyper hyperbolic terms. I try to make sure that. I reflect love and and in christ in my comments and try not to be caustic So i'm gonna continue to do that. I'm gonna continue to reach out to folks that have different views from me. Of course again. As i stated earlier we have challenges in this country But the promise of a more perfect union is always one step away always one step closer and i think that together we can get there We put aside these hyperbolic terms. If we put aside casting aspersions on one another and if we hold hands and walk together into our future yes i agree and you know what do you do in the face of all of this rhetoric then general. I mean last weekend. Maxine waters called on rioters to scale on the street. Getting their faces get more confrontational. If chavez was acquitted leader kevin mccarthy tried to censor her but the democrat stopped it is tabled it. Even nancy pelosi said that waters has nothing to apologize for. So what we left to think and to do in the face of this well. I think it's important that republicans make sure that we show a strong vision. An alternative for how this country can look. That's why i'm excited that After president biden tells us what he's going to do in terms of taxing and spending. And what have you that. We're gonna hear a very positive very four looking vision of from senator. Tim scott He's a personal friend of mine. I'm excited about what he's going to have to say about the vision of this country and how republicans can align with that vision for the working men and women of this country. I think that's incredibly important as we move forward when i talk about the working men and women of this country i'm talking about folks that looked like me that folks maria that looked like you folks that are the rainbow if you will of this country and so it's important for republicans to make sure that we're tapping into that renewed spirit of reaching out and working with the working men and women in this country to make sure that they have good paying jobs to make sure That they're able to take care of the issues that are of the focus of the dinner table at night and so i'm excited about what he has to say. Things like what. Maxine waters again. President biden have said Those things really hurt The Unification of this country going forward right and so so daniel cameron a hit hither arm. Butner oregon. Your comoro my on call. It are both trying to do this. Wrote at once here. I shouldn't get in his way. So daniel cameron is a rising star right and what he says. There is so right that we need to make sure that we have good jobs for our neighbors for people who look like me for people like you. Black hispanic white asian doesn't matter what we need is a growing economy and opportunity for everybody and that we don't engage in these hyperbolic type of politics. That is you know. Has kind of become a hallmark of so much of what we're doing now and i really liked the way daniel cameron speaks and i like the way he presents himself. And i. i just think that we need more of Politicians like this What we don't need more of.

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US Supreme Court to decide whether Daniel Cameron can challenge Kentucky abortion ruling

Tony and Dwight

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

US Supreme Court to decide whether Daniel Cameron can challenge Kentucky abortion ruling

"Court has agreed to hear Attorney General Daniel Cameron's appeal of the case involving Kentucky's live dismemberment abortion law. The High court will decide whether or not the ages office can defend the law, which would prohibit live dismemberment abortions of unborn Children.

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Supreme Court takes up dispute over Kentucky abortion law

The Russ Martin Show

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Supreme Court takes up dispute over Kentucky abortion law

"Defend a 2018 law banning nearly all abortions after 15 weeks. Governor Andy Bashir, a Democrat, and his administration dropped the case. Law records have struck down that law. The Supreme Court is ruling on Leon whether Attorney General Daniel Cameron has the right to defend it on his own, not whether the abortion law itself is constitutional. The British TV personality Piers Morgan is again attacking Duchess Meghan Markle is a liar

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Actually meeting all the fat Ben's WBZ busters news radio Bright sunshine Right now. 31 degrees in Weymouth, 29 took Sperry and 28 in Boston. It's 10 55 if you thought that workers in technology had the most job security And that automation was a risk solely to workers in retail and manufacturing. Think again these days, its workers in the technology sector that are ironically worried the most about being replaced by automation. Nearly 67% of workers at US tech companies are concerned about losing their jobs due to artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotic software. That's according to a new study by KPMG. That compares with just 44% of workers outside of the tech sector. Maybe because tech workers have a clearer understanding of the big changes that are coming and tech workers suddenly have other big concerns. 70% of them say they're worried about their jobs being cut as a result of the pandemic. There's good reason for that Fear. U. S technology firms quietly cut 112,000 jobs last month. That's a record Thies air, unsettling times in our country and our labor market. Even tech industry workers are concerned about their future for your next job. I'm Steven Greenberg. It's 10 56 and the latest now on the Briana Taylor case. Here's ABC News. Legal analyst Royal of Some of the grand jurors who heard evidence on the shooting now seek impeachment of the state attorney general for his handling of the case Plus is alleged to soliciting of the Trump supporters who stormed the capital on January 6th the jurors filing a petition with the State House of Representatives, arguing that Kentucky Eiji Daniel Cameron Breached the public's trust and also misrepresented key grand jury findings. The grand jury had investigated the Louisville police execution of a no knock search warrant R. Briana Taylor's apartment and March 2020, during which several shots were fired Some of those bullets hitting and killing Briana Taylor Ah police officer and Concord, New Hampshire, arrested and charged with assault. 39 year old Brian cropped is on leave without pay, According to the New Hampshire attorney General. Croft is now accused of strangling a woman on October 17th. He then allegedly told the woman to lie to state police. He is charge of second degree assault along two counts of witness tampering, two counts of falsifying physical evidence as well as domestic violence. An arraignment date has not been set yet. We'll certainly keep you posted its 10 57 coming up next for you at 11 honoring the life and decades long legacy of Larry King, And as always, you can listen to us all day long on your smart.

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"News. I'm Derek Dennis. There's a deal in place over when to start the Senate impeachment trial of former President Trump, and it involves a delay to give both sides time. On Monday, The House plans to deliver the inciting insurrection Impeachment article against Donald Trump, but the actual trial won't start until the week of February. 8 Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says That's to give both sides time to prepare legal arguments. While the Senate works on Cabinet nominations and the covert relief bill ABC is Andy Field while the former president is accused of inciting the capital insurrection. So is Kentucky's attorney general Daniel Cameron, who presided over the Briana Taylor case. Some former Briana Taylor In jury members have weighed in on the shooting investigation, joining a call for impeachment of Kentucky's attorney general for his role in that case, plus his engineering of robo calls that led to the crowd that invaded the U. S. Capitol, ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks Images of National Guard soldiers camped out on the floor of a cold parking garage while protecting the nation's capital are sparking calls for an investigation. Album police facing allegations they relegated the troops to that garage. President Biden reportedly expressed his dismay to the chief of the National Guard and First lady, Dr Jill Biden expressed her thanks to the troops personally with a batch of cookies. For my family's sake, better troop accommodations are said to be in place now. Condolences worldwide over the death of baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron. His family says the African American hero passed away Friday in asleep, seven year old fan Jonathan Verite. Paying tribute to Aaron Friday. It's a statue of him in Atlanta. He's really important to people at me. Mommy Way,.

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on 600 WREC

"No word on what caused the crash. A judge refuses to grant bail to another person arrested in connection with the assault on the Capitol. Prosecutors presented video evidence showing Jeffrey Sable of Colorado geophysicist, dragging a police officer down the steps of the Capitol. While he's beaten with an American flag and assaulted by several people After the attack, they say he booked a flight. Right from Boston to Zurich, Switzerland, where he wouldn't be able to be extradited to the U. S. He also tried to commit suicide stables attorney arguing for his client's release on bail, saying his suicide attempts can be taken as consciousness of guilt and in some respects the ultimate flight attempt. But the judge refused, saying Sables alleged actions are troubling to a degree that is really shocking. Kathleen Maloney Fox News nearly 200 members of the National Guard deployed to Washington after the Capitol riot. Have tested positive for the coronavirus, some defense officials told The Wall Street Journal. They're worried, cramped rest in working areas contributed to the spread. Three grand jurors and the Briana Taylor case in Kentucky filed a petition Friday calling on the state to impeach Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the family of actor Gregory Sierra, best known for his role as Julio Fuentes on the 19 seventies sitcom Sanford and Son. Reveals. He died earlier this month. Pop this is Julio Fuentes. It's your father, Austin, You'll meet the sample. Hey, I've been looking forward to this. Sir Pleasure. The New York City native also worked at the National Shakespeare Company. Later, Detective and TV's Barney Miller and had parts and films, including the Towering Inferno. A spokesman for Sierra's Family says he died of cancer. January 4th. It was 83. I'm Carmen Roberts, and.

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"News podcasts Don Kam A Las Vegas tour bus heading into the Grand Canyon rolled over in northwestern Arizona Friday, killing one person and critically injuring two others. No word on what caused the crash. A judge refuses to grant bail to another person arrested in connection with the assault on the Capitol. Prosecutors presented video evidence showing Jeffrey Sable of Colorado geophysicist, dragging a police officer down the steps of the Capitol. While he's beaten with an American flag and assaulted by several people. After the attack. They say he booked a flight from Boston to Zurich, Switzerland, where he wouldn't be able to be extradited to the U. S. He also tried to commit suicide stables attorney arguing for his client's release on bail, saying his suicide attempts can be taken as consciousness of guilt and, in some respects the ultimate flight attempt. But the judge refused, saying Sables alleged actions are troubling to a degree that is really shocking. Kathleen Maloney Fox News Nearly 200. Members of the National Guard deployed Washington after the Capitol riot have tested positive for the coronavirus. Some defense officials told The Wall Street Journal. They're worried, cramped rest in working areas contributed to the spread. Three grand jurors and the Briana Taylor case in Kentucky filed a petition Friday calling on the state to impeach Attorney General Daniel Cameron and the family of actor Gregory Sierra, best known for his role as Julio Fuentes on the 19 seventies sitcom Sanford and Son reveals He died earlier this month. This is Julio Fuentes..

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"Article of impeachment against former President Trump to the Senate, but the trial won't start right away. The article of impeachment will still be delivered on Monday. And as you know the Senate trial that has to begin at 1 P.m. the next day, so members will still be sworn in his jurors on Tuesday, but then both sides are now going to be given two weeks to prepare. In the meantime. Said it could work on other business like confirming Biden's Cabinet nominees and this covert relief bill. The trial in earnest will then begin the week of February 8 ABC is Mary Bruce, the capital Insurrection that Trump is accused of inciting has also ensnared Kentucky's Republican attorney general Daniel Cameron, who presided over the Briana Taylor investigation. Some former Briana Taylor grand jury members have weighed in on the shooting investigation. Joining a call for impeachment of Kentucky's attorney general for his role in that case, plus his engineering of robo calls that led to the crowd that invaded the U. S. Capitol, ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks growing outrage after members of the National Guard on duty to protect the nation's capital after the insurrection were banished to the floor of a parking garage. It's still unclear who gave the direction the National Guard in Capitol police, issuing a joint statement saying they're working together to ensure troops have appropriate spaces were on duty. Breaks and that off duty troops are being housed in hotel rooms. Members of Congress, also raising some concerns about covert 19 protocols. Those troops packed tightly together We're learning that more than 150 have tested positive for covert 19 and the military presence not going away. We're also learning that 7000 members of the National Guard could be here in the nation's capital. Until March. ABC is Rachel Scott..

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"KFBK. From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis. Arrests are mounting from the capital insurrection. 125 suspects so far rounded up across the country. And there's a petition against Kentucky's Republican attorney general, alleging he played an indirect role in the attack and should be impeached Charges against state. A G Daniel Cameron include incitement of insurrection, allegedly for financing, directing and or permitting radical robo calls that flooded the U. S Capitol with rioters, January said. Plus breach of public trust and failure to comply with duties for misrepresenting to the nation. The findings of the grand jury, the group's lawyer, writes the tailor, jurors were terribly misused by the most powerful law enforcement official in Kentucky. ABC is Chuck Seaver. It's him. Ah Single article of Impeachment against former President Trump will be delivered to the Senate Monday. But the delay has been brokered over when his trial will actually start. As you know, the rules State that the Senate trial that has to begin Exactly at 1 P.m. the next day, so members will still be sworn in as jurors on Tuesday. But now they've decided that both sides will then be given two weeks to prepare to work on their defense and prosecution. But in the meantime, the Senate can work on other business, including trying to work on Biden's confirmation, confirming his nominees and this covert release Bill BBC's Mary Bruce. President Biden continuing to issue a flurry of executive orders. Meantime, Friday, he focused on helping Americans struggling in the pandemic. Many Republicans fighting giving pandemic tax depleted state local governments money to pay essential workers. President Biden's America rescue plan would change that within 600,000 educators. Have lost their jobs in cities and towns. American rescue plan would provide emergency funding to keep these essential workers on the job. The Biden team now negotiating with reluctant Republicans, Andy Field, ABC News Washington Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron, credited with breaking the color barrier, died Friday at the age of 86. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening.

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"I'm Jerry All dinner. Members of the Senate will be sworn in next week as jurors and former President Trump's second impeachment trial and then they'll wait two weeks for the opening arguments. On Monday. The House plans to deliver the inciting insurrection Impeachment article against Donald Trump, but the actual trial won't start until the week of February. 8, Senate Majority Leader check Schumer says. That's to give both sides time to prepare legal arguments. While the Senate works on Cabinet nominations and the covert relief Bill, ABC Sandy Field in Washington President Biden challenging Congress passed his Rescue America plan as soon as possible. Second full day in office. President Biden's agenda clashing with the looming impeachment trial of Donald Trump. Riding today, signing executive orders to expand food stamp benefits for struggling families and lay the groundwork for a $15 minimum wage for federal workers. But Biden will need Congress to deliver his nearly $2 trillion rescue package. And right now Congress has something else on its plate. IMPEACHMENT ABC senior White House correspondent Mary Bruce Ah Group of Kentucky citizens, including Grand Jurors in the Briana Taylor case have filed a petition to impeach the state's attorney general. It accuses Republican Daniel Cameron of, among other things, breach of public trust, the nation's largest sheriff's department is now under investigation. L. A County sheriff's department is the police Department for millions of people who live here in L. A county. It's been dogged by allegations of misconduct, questionable shootings, a lack of oversight and claims that there are criminal gangs of deputies within the ranks. Now. California Attorney General Javier Becerra, announcing the California Department of Justice will investigate the L. A County sheriff's department to determine if the agency has been engaging in a pattern of unconstitutional policing. Alex Stone, ABC News, Los Angeles Former TSH and accused of tricking a traveler into showing him her breasts as she went through security at L. A x Get 60 Days in jail. You're listening to ABC News..

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on 790 KABC

"He welcomes a state attorney general's investigation into his department's policing policies. Sheriff Alex Vienna Wave A says his department will cooperate any promote transparency and accountability. The baseball world and America is remembering the life and accomplishments of Hank Aaron. He passed away at 86 Aaron is famous for breaking records and race barriers. Randy will have more in sports in two minutes. President Joe Biden is talking about raising the minimum wage for Americans are recovery plan also calls for an increase in the minimum wage. 15 at least $15 an hour. No one in America should work 40 hours a week. Making below the poverty line that would be specifically for federal employees or federal contractor employees. Grand jurors involved in the Briana Taylor case are filing a petition to impeach Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. The accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more. Cameron's office presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's death. I'm here. Lee Hanson Feeling lucky, the third largest lottery jackpot in U. S History will be at stake in tonight's multi state mega millions drawing well here we are again after no tickets sold, matching all six numbers for 36 consecutive weeks, the longest streak without a big winner in the game's history. Jackpot has grown to an estimated $1 billion. Since the game began. In 2002. There have been 192 jackpots one by 217 individual tickets..

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Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general

The John Phillips Show

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Breonna Taylor grand jurors file impeachment petition against Kentucky attorney general

"Grand jurors involved in the Briana Taylor case are filing a petition to impeach Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. Three grand jurors who sought to speak about the case and how it was handled in the courtroom, along with other concerned citizens, filed the petition. The accused Cameron of breach of public trust, failure to comply with duties, abuse of office and more. Cameron's office presented the case in September, which resulted in one indictment for former Louisville Metro police officer Brett Hankerson on three wanton endangerment charges. He was one of three officers who fired shots the night of Briana Taylor's

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"daniel cameron" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"daniel cameron" Discussed on WTOP

"According to updated guidance from the CDC. The recommended time between doses is three weeks for five years back. Seen in four weeks for Madonna's. The updated guidance appears to clarify earlier language that said there's no maximum interval between the 1st and 2nd doses for either vaccine. Meantime, another vaccine could be coming to the rescue. Johnson and Johnson board member Dr Mark McClellan tells CNBC that if the clinical trial works out, the company could significantly increase the nation's covert vaccine supply availability within the coming weeks. And that would help the Biden administration achieve and possibly surpass its vaccination goal. That New administration, and they set a goal of a million doses per day. We've actually been at that level for the last couple of days, and I think people are gonna expect ah, higher level of vaccine distribution and administration. It's going to be challenging, but I think the supply will be there. During remarks at the White House yesterday, Dr Anthony Fauci said that Johnson and Johnson would have enough data on its vaccine to begin analysis. Within a week or two. Virginia congressman Gerry Connolly is back again with a new federal pay raise proposal. We're from federal news networks. Nicola Briscoe. Connelly has new legislation that would give federal employees of 3.2% pay raise in 2022 that includes a 2.2% across the board raise, plus an additional 1% locality pay adjustment. Hawaii Senator Brian Schatz is planning to introduce a companion bill. The two have introduced similar legislation for several years. Now President Biden has until the end of August to tell Congress about his plans for federal pay. Nikola Briscoe Federal news Network, Maryland high schools and may soon be required to adopt a curriculum on a gambling addiction. A bill being considered in the state Senate directs the Maryland Department of Education to develop the program to teach high school students the dangers of gambling in addition to having casino Those Maryland voters approved legalized sports betting on the ballot in November. Kentucky's attorney general is formed a task force to study the search warrant process nearly a year after the fatal shooting of Briana Taylor by officers who used a narcotics warrant to enter her home. Attorney General Daniel Cameron says their goal is to establish Kentucky as a national model for how search warrant should be pursued and executed. Cameron says the new task force will convene as often as necessary and should complete its work by the end of the year. Up ahead. Housing prices are expected to keep on climbing this year. 5 54 This traffic update is brought to you by MGM National Harbor were over $3.5 million in jackpots were paid out last week. Must be 21. Please play responsibly for help. Visit MD. Gambling helped out a record 100 gambler. It's a new year. It was T Mobile. It's not about how far apart we are. It's about how close we can be..

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Supreme Court denies religious school challenge to Kentucky's expiring COVID-19 restrictions

Lance McAlister

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court denies religious school challenge to Kentucky's expiring COVID-19 restrictions

"U. S. Supreme Court has has denied denied a a review review for for the the lawsuit lawsuit that that challenges challenges Kentucky Kentucky Governor Governor Andy Andy Bashir's Bashir's executive executive order order blocking blocking in in person person school school governor's governor's Order Order moved moved all all schools schools to to virtual virtual learning learning to slow the spread of coronavirus. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office alongside Danville Christian Academy Challenge the order claiming it violated religious freedoms. The Supreme Court rejected a review of their lawsuit, meaning the governor's order will remain in place. After their decision, Governor Bashir released a statement saying, in part quote, the things we've put into place have worked.

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Supreme Court denies religious school challenge to Kentucky's expiring COVID-19 restrictions

Lance McAlister

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court denies religious school challenge to Kentucky's expiring COVID-19 restrictions

"U. S. Supreme Court has has denied denied a a review review for for the the lawsuit lawsuit that that challenges challenges Kentucky Kentucky Governor Governor Andy Andy Bashir's Bashir's executive executive order order blocking blocking in in person person school school governor's governor's Order Order moved moved all all schools schools to to virtual virtual learning learning to slow the spread of coronavirus. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's office alongside Danville Christian Academy Challenge the order claiming it violated religious freedoms. The Supreme Court rejected a review of their lawsuit, meaning the governor's order will remain in place. After their decision, Governor Bashir released a statement saying, in part quote, the things we've put into place have worked.

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'SNL' returns to mock the presidential debate

Mojo In The Morning

01:58 min | 2 years ago

'SNL' returns to mock the presidential debate

"Saturday night live opened. Forty six season on Saturday evening with Alec Baldwin who was President Trump Jim Carey made his feature debut as Joe Biden people seem to love them. President trump has already introduced himself. So let's not welcome the Democratic candidate. Boo. Former vice president of the United States allegedly. And senator from. Delaware. Not even a real estate. Joe Biden. Mr Vice President it looks like you're ready to debate joe absolutely not. But I've got the beginning of forty six PM tastic ideas I may or may not have access to. Now, let's do this. Hold my bladder. Let's get at it. s just such a perfect trump but my rudolph, she was back as Kamala Harris both of you the stops right now. All right. You Look at me Donald you do not. Treat my joe like that. Nice point. Roy. Let my mother go to work. Show is hosted by Chris Rock did have a live audience of about two dozen masked first responders. This is how Chris Rock opened the show. Before. The elephant. Room. President Trump's in the hospital. From covert and I just want to say my heart goes out to Kobe. Meghan tally used her debut as a musical guest on snl to call out Kentucky Attorney General. Dino. Key. Daniel Cameron. Excuse me she played audio from Malcolm X. and to Meka Mallory during her performance to slam the handling of the Briana Taylor case and also had some words scrolled across her backdrop as well.

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Five NC Officers Resign After Leaving Man Who Overdosed Unattended While He Suffered Seizure

WBZ Afternoon News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Five NC Officers Resign After Leaving Man Who Overdosed Unattended While He Suffered Seizure

"Office is and the FBI. For 37 in Kentucky. Recordings of the grand jury proceedings in the Briana Taylor case are out. But 20 hours of those recordings now public, CBS NEWS Legal contributor Rebecca Roy FEA thinks the public wants to know more about the charge is presented to the grand jury by Attorney General Daniel Cameron. What charges were presented. He says that he presented only the charge against the officer who's stray bullets hit men through another apartment. The question is, did he give the grand jury on opportunity? Did he? Show them all the facts such that if they had disagreed with him and thought that the larger charge was appropriate, they might have brought it now the dramatic and conflicting accounts of what exactly happened in the home back on March, 13th have led to nationwide protests against systemic racism and police brutality. Taylor shot and killed in her home back in March. During that raid, one officer charged with wanton

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Court Releases Grand Jury Recording In Breonna Taylor Case

Dana Loesch

00:48 sec | 2 years ago

Court Releases Grand Jury Recording In Breonna Taylor Case

"The grand jury process that led to renewed protests over a police shooting in Kentucky Boxes. Jeff Man also has this live Lisa, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, releasing 20 hours of right recordings of the grand jury's decision not to charge anyone in the shooting death of Briana Taylor in Louisville in March. Where officers testify. They opened fire on Taylor's boyfriend, who they say fired the first shots in a failed a drug raid. Cameron saying. We're fully confident in the presentation that we've put forward included in the recordings, prosecutor's recommendations nor the jury's deliberations. The ruling led to protests and violence. One former officer was charged with one endangerment in the case. Lisa Thanks, Jeff. That officer says he thought the shooter in Taylor's home had an assault rifle.

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Prosecutor: Judge approves 2-day delay in release of secret grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case

Howie Carr

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Prosecutor: Judge approves 2-day delay in release of secret grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case

"Today, a judge agreeing to delay the release of the grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case Here's ABC is Ryan Burrow Judge and Bailey Smith is granted Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's request for a delay. But on Ly through noon Friday, Cameron wanted a week to redact personal identify IRS of any named person and private citizen. The attorney general's office says the recording is more than 20. Hours long.

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Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case

Terry Meiners and Company

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Kentucky attorney general given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case

"That Briana Taylor grand jury recordings will not be released today. Jefferson County Judge has granted a delay in releasing the recording at the request of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron. The had asked for a one week delay in order to redact personal information information from from more more than than 20 20 hours hours of of recordings. recordings. Judge Judge and and Bailey Bailey Smith Smith has has given given the the attorney attorney general general until until Friday Friday at at noon noon to to hand hand over over the the recordings. recordings. Grand Grand jury jury proceedings proceedings are being made public as part of evidence in the criminal case against former police detective Brett Hankerson, who's charged with wanton endangerment in the raid that led to Briana Taylor's death. Kaylie Hanson News Radio 8 40 Yes,

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Kentucky AG Seeks To Delay Release Of Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recording

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Kentucky AG Seeks To Delay Release Of Breonna Taylor Grand Jury Recording

"Kentucky attorney general's office requested a week long delay to process the court ordered release of the grand jury recordings in the Briana Taylor case. They were supposed to be released today. Those grand jury recordings being made available after a juror filed a motion that was granted by a judge to lift the secrecy of the proceedings as a way to dispute the conclusion. Of Attorney General Daniel Cameron and his prosecution of the officers involved in Briana Taylor's death demonstrators and Taylor's family have been calling for the grand jury transcripts to be released for the recordings are a step further. Taylor family attorney ll Anita Baker praising the judge's decision. I think that in the interest of justice that this deserves to be made public on DH, she did the right thing. Derek Dennis

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Recordings of the grand jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case to be released

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Recordings of the grand jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case to be released

"The recordings of grand jury proceedings in the Briana Taylor case are expected to be released today. Attorney General Daniel Cameron says that while the grand jury is meant to be a secret body, he'll comply with the judge's order to release those recordings. Cameron said public interest in the case won't allow him to follow through on unethical obligation to protect the information.

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Grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case will be released, Kentucky AG says

Del Walmsley

00:40 sec | 2 years ago

Grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case will be released, Kentucky AG says

"Attorney general says he'll release the recordings of the grand jury proceeding that considered charges against police in the fatal shooting of Briana Taylor. Attorney General Daniel Cameron says he'll comply with the judge's order to release the tapes after a member of the grand jury sued to have the record of the proceedings open to the public. Cameron also says the only charge he recommended was wanton endangerment. The grand jury issued charges against one officer for endangering three of Taylor's neighbors by firing through her home and into an adjacent unit where the bullets missed Everyone. None of the officers was indicted in the killing of Taylor.

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Grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case will be released, Kentucky AG says

AP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Grand jury proceedings in Breonna Taylor case will be released, Kentucky AG says

"Attorney General Daniel Cameron says he will release recordings tomorrow of grand jury proceedings in the Briana Taylor case. Cameron acknowledges he never asked the grand jury to consider homicide charges against police officers involved in Taylor's death. At a rally in New York Reverend Kaji Spellman Dusa prayed for the attorney general, May he find a way back to his blackness. May he turn and repents from all that He should have done that he has not yet done. New

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Grand juror in Breonna Taylor case calls for grand jury records to be made public

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Grand juror in Breonna Taylor case calls for grand jury records to be made public

"Discussing evidence in a police shooting is being made public. Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who sent to release grand jury recordings from last week's deliberations, the Briana Taylor case, complying with an order issued Monday by a Jefferson County circuit judge and after a juror in the case filed a motion for release claiming state prosecutors prosecutors misrepresented misrepresented the the grand grand jury's jury's deliberations. deliberations. Fox's Fox's Gelfman Gelfman So So no no police police officers officers were were charged charged with with Briana Briana Taylor's Taylor's death death during during a a drug drug raid raid in in March. March. 1 1 was was charged charged for firing shots into a neighboring apartment. Americans

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AG agrees to release grand jury tapes in Breonna Taylor case

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

AG agrees to release grand jury tapes in Breonna Taylor case

"Kentucky's Attorney General has agreed to release recordings of the secret grand jury proceedings that consider charges against police in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor Ernie general Daniel Cameron says he'll comply with a judge's order to release the tapes after a member of the grand jury sued to have the record of the proceedings open to the public Cameron also says the only charge he recommended was wanton endangerment the grand jury issued charges against one officer for endangering three of Taylor's neighbors by firing through her home in into an adjacent unit where the bullets missed everyone none of the officers was indicted in the killing of Taylor I'm Mike Hampton

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AG agrees to release grand jury tapes in Breonna Taylor case

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

AG agrees to release grand jury tapes in Breonna Taylor case

"Kentucky's Attorney General has agreed to release recordings of the secret grand jury proceedings that consider charges against police in the fatal shooting of Brianna Taylor Ernie general Daniel Cameron says he'll comply with a judge's order to release the tapes after a member of the grand jury sued to have the record of the proceedings open to the public Cameron also says the only charge he recommended was wanton endangerment the grand jury issued charges against one officer for endangering three of Taylor's neighbors by firing through her home in into an adjacent unit where the bullets missed everyone none of the officers was indicted in the killing of Taylor I'm Mike Hampton

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