Breonna Taylor Juror: grand jury wasn’t allowed to weigh homicide charges

The juror also said that Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s team never explained possible homicide charges to the panel.
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An anonymous grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case issued a statement Tuesday claiming that prosecutors did not present the panel with any charges other than wanton endangerment against one of the cops involved in her death.

The shocking accusation came moments after a Kentucky judge cleared the way for jurors to speak about the proceedings if they choose to.

The juror also said that Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s team never explained possible homicide charges to the panel.

“The grand jury never heard anything about those laws,” the statement reads. “Self defense or justification was never explained either.”

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