Breonna Taylor grand jury recording to be made public

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump, who represented Taylor’s family in a wrongful death lawsuit that the city settled for $12 million, called the grand jury process a “sham proceeding that did nothing to give Breonna Taylor a voice.”

Crump said on NBC’s “TODAY” show Thursday that the wanton endangerment charge “doesn’t make sense” and that the indictment was in connection to bullets shot into a white neighbor’s apartment, “but not for the bullets going in Breonna Taylor’s body.”

The family’s legal team has also demanded the release of the grand jury transcripts, and it has demanded to know whether Cameron recommended charges for the other officers.

NBC Breonna Taylor grand jury recording to be made public