Transcript for Protests in Louisville over Breonna Taylor case
Meanwhile in Louisville, new protests over the police raid that caused the death of breonna Taylor. This as there's a push to release the grand jury transcripts in the case. Trevor Ault is in Louisville with more. Good morning, Trevor. Reporter: Good morning, Eva. We know at least 28 people were arrested here in Louisville overnight in the fourth night of major demonstrations as these new actions are unfolding in court. Attorneys for Taylor's boyfriend are asking for grand jury transcripts and all of the material in the investigation saying the attorney general misled the jury and one of the key witnesses in this case changed his story. Overnight, cries for justice for breonna Taylor only growing louder. What are you doing? Reporter: These intense scenes unfolding across the country just days after a grand jury ruled not to charge the Louisville police officers involved in her death. Cars set ablaze in Kentucky. A flood of police arresting protesters in New York and in California, a car driving through a crowd of counterprotesters. Now in Louisville, attorneys representing Taylor's boyfriend Kenny walker filing a motion asking a judge to order the release of the grand jury transcripts and all materials from the investigation, accusing state attorney general Daniel Cameron of misleading the grand jury. I never had faith in Daniel Cameron. I knew he already had chosen to be on the wrong side of the law. The moment he wanted the grand jury to make the decision. Reporter: Cameron said Wednesday, everyday shows the night that Taylor was killed that officers knocked and announced their presence before they entered. The officers' statement about their announcement is corroborated by an independent witness. Reporter: According to the court filing, walker's attorneys claim at least 11 neighbors said the officers repeatedly pounding on the door without identifying themselves. Before bursting into the and the witness who said the officers did identify themselves appears to have changed their story. Vice news reporting this audio of that neighbor speaking with investigators a week after breonna Taylor's death. Did you ever hear anyone identify themself as police? No, nobody identify themself. Reporter: ABC news has not independently awe then kated that audio. Vice reports it wasn't until may, two months later, that the witness told investigators he heard police say, this is the cops. Attorney general Cameron says he will not release the grand jury transcripts because of a pending FBI investigation and now a pending criminal trial for Brett Hankison, that officer was not charged for the bullets that hit Taylor but the ones that missed her. Now to the protests in Portland, Oregon overnight.
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