After roughly six months since the unjustifiable murder of Breonna Taylor at the hands of #Louisville police officials, her case is finally set to go before a Grand Jury!
According to NBC News , the Kentucky General is currently preparing to present evidence from the night Breonna, 26 was murdered in her own home after three officers broke down her door searching for a narcotics suspect that did not live at her residence.
Sources have confirmed that the meeting will take place as early as next week at an undisclosed location.
Reports read that once the Grand Jury makes a decision the Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron will make a public announcement sharing wether or not the Grand Jury has decided to possibly indict the three officers responsible for Breonna’s death.
It has been indicated that though one of the officers has been terminated for displaying an extreme indifference to the value of human life” when he “wantonly and blindly fired ten rounds into the apartment of Breonna Taylor,” two of the other officers have only been placed on administrative leave by the police department.