Transcript for Breonna Taylor’s family speaks out after decision not to charge officers in her death
the mother of breonna Taylor coming before the cameras today after that grand jury brought no charges against the police in her daughter's death. Taylor's mother demanding the release of the grand jury transcript now. The governor of Kentucky said parts of the transcript should be released. Protesters on the streets of Louisville and other cities across the country. Newly released body cam video showing police officers treating a sergeant wounded by Taylor's boyfriend when this officers entered the apartment. One officer charged with wanton endangerment. Alex Perez from Louisville. Reporter: Tonight, the family of breonna Taylor speaking out heartbroken, hangry and demanding answers after a grand jury decided not to indict the officers involved in the shooting that killed her. You didn't just rob me and my family, you robbed the world of a queen. The system as a whole has failed her. Reporter: Wearing Taylor's work emt jacket, her aunt reading a letter written by the 26-year-old's mother Tamika palmer, who was standing nearby, too emotional to speak. I am an angry black woman. Angry because our black women keep dying at the hands of police officers. Black men. And black men. Reporter: The letter taking aim at Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron. I never had faith in Daniel Cameron to begin with. Reporter: The family's lawyer demanding Cameron reverse his stance and release grand jury transcripts. If you want us to accept the results, then release the transcript. Reporter: Taylor kill in the March after a botched raid at her apartment. An autopsy obtained by ABC news revealed she died of multiple gunshot wounds. A grand jury charging one of the three officers involved for allegedly endangering neighbors when he opened fire, but not with Taylor's death. Taylor's family wondering what could the bullets fired in her apartment? Breonna's name is not mentioned anywhere in the indictment. I know you talked about that, but how hurtful is that, how angering is that? The fact that Kentucky attorney general Daniel Cameron did not mention her name once in the indictment was like a kick in the stomach to Tamika palmer. Reporter: Today, Louisville police confirming this newly released body cam video posted to social media by sergeant John Mattingly's lawyer, showing him getting help outside Taylor's apartment after he was shot. Put him on the trunk. Put him on the trunk. Reporter: The attorney general maintains the officers announced themselves and says her boyfriend Kenneth walker who was in the home with her shot Mattingly when they barged into the apartment, but walker telling investigators he fired first because officers didn't identify themselves. Police say there is no bodycam footage of the raid. Say her name! Breonna Taylor! Reporter: In Louisville protestors violating curfew, taking their frustration to the streets for a second night. The city now bracing for a weekend of unrest after mostly peaceful protests overnight. But there were some violent clashes. Everyone has a first amendment right to protest, but I want to stress that violence and destruction will not be tolerated. Reporter: David, at this point it does not appear the public will get the see those transcripts any time soon. The attorney general says because they are related to the ongoing federal investigation he won't be releasing them. Alex Perez on this again tonight. Alex, thank you.
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