Neither Cameron nor the officers used any specific names, but the grand jury tapes suggest they're talking about Aaron Sarpee. Cameron said his office determined that the other two officers in the case, Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly and Detective Cosgrove, didn't break the law when they fired multiple rounds into Taylor's apartment during a botched drug raid.
On Friday, a Grand Jury statement was released to the public.
In the first interview with LMPD's PIU investigators, a week after the shooting, he said he went outside that night and was told to go back inside.
Outside the apartment, she said, an officer she recognized told her that "some drug-dealing girl shot at the police".
"We knocked on the door, said 'police, ' waited I don't know 10 or 15 seconds". Cameron filed for a one-week extension on releasing the recordings, but was given only a 48-hour grace period to scrub personal information from the transcripts. In the report, we see that the suspected police officer claimed that they never got to searching the apartment.
Though police had a "no knock" warrant that would have allowed them to burst in unannounced, they agreed it was better to "give them a chance to answer the door", said Louisville police Lt. Shawn Hoover.
Street protesters have called for the arrest of the officers and demanded justice for Taylor, a 26-year-old Black emergency medical technician whose family won a $12 million wrongful death settlement from the city of Louisville.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron
It is a key issue because the officers said they opened fire after Ms Taylor's boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired a gunshot at them.
Hankison, who was sacked for allegedly firing "blindly" in the shooting, pleaded not guilty to charges on Monday.
"First interview he didn't hear any knocking, and the second one he did hear knocking, and announcing of police", she said.
A court ruled the content of the proceedings should be released.
The jury brought no criminal charges against the officers for her killing, angering many in Louisville and around the country and setting off renewed protests. The three officers who killed Taylor wildly fired more than 30 roundsbetween them into the darkness of her apartment, pumping at least six fatal shots into her body.
After a three-day hearing, a grand jury on September 23 returned no criminal charges related to Taylor's death, and protests erupted once again across the nation demanding more accountability. Two neighbours said they didn't hear the police knocking. It includes at least two interviews with Detective Myles Cosgrove, whose gun an Federal Bureau of Investigation forensics lab identified as the weapon that fired the bullet that killed Taylor in March.
But the recordings of the grand jury proceedings that were released Friday cast doubt on Cameron's assertion that the officers knocked and announced, and that this witness corroborates their story. Officer Brett Hankison said in a recorded police interview that moments after the doors were broken down he saw darkness and then "immediate illumination from fire". Glogower said it's important for the public to know what charging options were presented to the grand jury and whether charges were recommended in connection with Taylor's killing. Mr Walker has said he thought someone was breaking in.
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