Transcript for Protests grow after grand jury decision in Breonna Taylor case
We'll begin with the fallout from that breonna Taylor decision. New protests across the country overnight, and dozens arrested after another night of unrest in Taylor's hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. Alex Perez is there on the ground for us where the nighttime curfew just ended. Good morning, Alex. Reporter: Hey, good morning, Michael. This city is still very much on high alert. Things were relatively peaceful until night fall when we saw more clashes with police, demanding justice for breonna. Marching in the streets in major cities across the country. Adding to acts of violence ensuing. Watch this truck slam into a protester. Witnesses nearby attacking the driver before they speed away, and the news chopper capturing a dramatic chase after this white car drove through a group of people. The truck quickly pursuing the car and cutting it off. The situation escalating. This is getting ugly really, really quick. Now you have protesters beating up that driver. Reporter: Police later finding the driver and taking him into custody. In Louisville, protesters taking to the streets for a second night following the grand jury decision not to charge three police officers for killing breonna Taylor during a botched raid in her home. With the citywide curfew still in effect, a church opening their doors acting as a sanctuary to keep police from arresting demonstrators. There's the entire assembly, a religious sermon and be exempt from the curfew. In ten minutes, they are going to move out and allow protesters to walk to their Reporter: Louisville police arresting at least 24 people overnight including Kentucky state representative attica Scott. Two police officers shot. Major Aubrey Gregory walking into roll call less than 24 hours after he was shot. Gregory not back to full duty yet. The other officer still Lorenzo Johnson has been charged with two counts of assault in the first degree and 14 counts of wanton endangerment directed against police officers, and while a federal investigation into breonna's case is under way, so many still grappling with what they call a lack of justice for breonna more than six months after her death. No one wants to normalize the feeling of being disappointed, being disrespected and being slapped in the face by injustice. Reporter: Calls for Daniel Cameron to release details of the grand jury report. It's about trusting the people of Kentucky. I trust them, that if they have all the facts, the evidence and maybe some explanation if needed that they can process it. Reporter: Cameron so far has refused leaving many to question the investigation's findings and putting the spotlight on Cameron himself. Well, I'm black and I speak for the entire department. Reporter: The 34-year-old is the first black attorney general in Kentucky's history, a Republican whom president trump has called a star. The president even putting his name on a list of potential future supreme court appointees. He was married in August. His former boss and mentor, Kentucky senator Mitch Mcconnell a huge fund-raiser for Cameron and one of only a few guests attended the wedding. He spoke at the GOP convention calling out democratic nominee You can't tell me how to vote because of the color of my skin. Joe Biden is a backwards thinker in a world that is craving forward-looking leadership. Reporter: And the mayor here has extended the overnight curfew through the weekend and government buildings will remain closed until at least Monday morning, George.
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