"But I trust our justice system, a grand jury that refused the evidence". The motion comes after the juror asked the court in a legal filing to grant them permission to publicly disclose some parts of the proceedings.
Cameron initially expressed shock over the request and refused to release the documentation.
"I think one of the problems with getting a fair trial, in a case as high profile as this, is finding a jury pool that has not been tainted by pretrial publicity", Maddox argued Thursday. We need to protect our black men and stand up for our black men.
The motion was filed in the case of Anonymous Grand Juror #1 v. Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Representatives for Megan Thee Stallion did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "Federal law enforcement partners are conducting that investigation", Cameron said last month after presenting his findings to a grand jury.
Police said Photos and videos of Taylor were "blurred out of respect". Right before the audio clip, Megan also played a snippet of Malcolm X's 1962 speech where he declared, "The most disrespected person in America is the Black woman".
Walker was Taylor's boyfriend and was with her the night police burst into her apartment under a "no-knock" warrant.
"With each day that passes and with every action of Daniel Cameron, it becomes more and more evident that the Attorney General has something to hide", said attorney Ben Crump.
The plainclothes officers returned gunfire, firing several shots and fatally hitting Taylor, police said.
Weeks ago, there were widespread protests, including at the Minnesota State Capitol in St. Paul, after the grand jury's decision to not charge three Louisville police officers in Taylor's death.
Cameron said he was "confident" the recordings would show his office presented a thorough case. Walker claimed he fired a warning shot because he initially thought the plainclothes officers were intruders.
"We have to be mindful of what we say, we are on camera now", one officer says.
"While it is unusual for a court to require the release of the recordings from Grand Jury proceedings, we complied with the order, rather than challenging it, so that the full truth can be heard", he added. "That is the case here", Cameron said.
This week, thousands of pages and hundreds of hours of audio and video from the investigation into Taylor's death were released to the public. That case, Doe v. McCulloch, was initiated by a member of the St. Louis County grand jury in the case.
"This is misleading. We are complying with the Judge's order".
"But it's not the first time we've seen this, it certainly won't be the last time we see this", Cameron continued. None of the three officers involved in the shooting were charged directly in Taylor's death. Despite Cameron's objections, he would comply with the judge's order, ABC News reports.
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