Kentucky AG Has FBI Ballistics Report in Breonna Taylor Case, Says It’s Inconclusive
The Kentucky attorney general said his office had finally received the ballistics report he was waiting for in the Breonna Taylor case … but he says it’s inconclusive and it still looks like there’s no end in sight.
Daniel cameron revealed on CBS ‘”Face the Nation” Sunday that he had now got his hands on a crucial FBI ballistics report that he had been saying for weeks was one of the last things he needed before deciding if he will bring charges against the cops who killed her. He said the report was not “the end of everything, for everything”, although he would not give details.
Cameron looked like he was still a long way from coming to any conclusion. He says he has yet to meet with the FBI to review the report, in addition to going through other testimony and analysis … with no clear end in sight.
Cameron said he and his team would meet with the FBI next week, but didn’t say how long it would take to examine ballistics, or anything else that might follow. It’s now been 5 months since Breonna was killed, and yet … the wait continues.
His family’s lawyer, Ben crump, said on Sunday … the news of Cameron receiving the ballistics report was good news, but he also made it clear that he expected this to end with a final decision as soon as possible, adding that Cameron had lives up to this report as damn close to the last piece of the puzzle.
Cameron says he wants to do a full investigation before any announcement of possible charges. Just recently, Breonna’s family told us that they were reassured about Cameron’s commitment to resolve his case and get justice after finally meeting him.
It’s unclear what they might be feeling now that he says he’s actually not that close after all.
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