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KENTUCKY AG ASKS JUDGE TO KEEP BREONNA TAYLOR EVIDENCE SEALED

Kentucky-AG-asks-judge-to-keep-Breonna-Taylor-evidence-sealed KENTUCKY AG ASKS JUDGE TO KEEP BREONNA TAYLOR EVIDENCE SEALED

According to news reports, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has asked a judge to ensure that the evidence remains sealed in the Breonna Taylor case. A joint motion was filed by Cameron and Attorney William Stewart Mathews, who represents former Louisville Police Detective Brett Hankison, to ask Circuit Judge Ann Bailey Smith to revoke her order pertaining to the release of the evidence related to the case or at least keep it sealed till the end of the ex-officer’s trial. Recently, the attorney general was directed to redact personal information from the evidence.  

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