Transcript for Judge orders release of bodycam footage in Breonna Taylor case
First with those new developments in the breonna Taylor case, a judge ordering the grand jury documents and recordings to be released. That new body cam video from right after the shooting raises new questions about police conduct. Alex Perez joins us with the latest. Good morning to you, Alex. Reporter: Hey, good morning, Michael. From breonna's family to protesters on the streets the calls to release the grand jury transcripts growing louder and appears it's one step closer to happening. Overnight a county judge ordering the release of documents. Those records said to be filed in court possibly making them available to the public. State attorney general Daniel Cameron saying his office would comply with the judge's ruling. The lawyer for one of those grand jurors is speaking to "Gma" overnight. The public deserves to know everything. That's what continues a sense of accountability and public trust within our law enforcement community and its administration. Reporter: This comes as police body cam videos from the night breonna Taylor was killed obtained by vice news are raising serious questions about how Louisville police conducted their investigation of the batched raid. The video has not yet been verified by ABC. Back out until they get the piu in here. Reporter: The task force responsible for investigating the shooting, according to vice news this shows Brett Hankison returning to Taylor's apartment before the piu arrived instead of being escorted away and isolated as department policy requires. On Monday Hankison pleaded not guilty to three counts of first degree wanton endangerment. Not for Taylor's death but for firing through a wall into a neighboring apartment. Another body cam video obtained shows the moment when Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth walker, is placed under arrest. Straight back or I'll send this dog on you. Reporter: Initially charged with attempted murder for shooting one of the police officers conducting the raid but the charges weredropped. He was terrified and fired a warning shot because he never heard police identify themselves. You have a reasonable fear that someone is about to use deadly force, you are allowed to act first. Reporter: One witness initially corroborated walker's account agreeing police did not announce themselves in a phone interview a week after the shooting. The recording obtained by vice news. No, nobody identified themselves. Reporter: According to Daniel Cameron a witness telling the grand jury that he did hear police identify themselves. Reports suggest that witness is the same man raising concerns about inconsistency in his accounts. And it remains unclear when exactly or if those transcripts could be made to the public but in a statement attorney general Cameron insists he presented a thorough and complete case to the grand jury. I know you'll be on the scene today. The latest on president trump's former campaign manager
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