Kentucky AG delaying release of Breonna Taylor grand jury recordings
Steve Harrigan on Kentucky Attorney General seeking to delay release of Breonna Taylor's grand jury recordings.
Around 20 hours of grand jury recordings have been made public in the investigation of Breonna Taylor's death. CBS News legal contributor Rebecca Roiphe joins CBSN for a closer look at what this decision could mean for the case moving forward. Fifteen hours of audio from the grand jury proceedings were released after no officers were directly charged in the killing of Breonna Taylor. The Kentucky attorney general's office removed prosecutor recommendations for charges from the recordings. Police said they knocked multiple times and identified themselves as police, but Taylor's boyfriend said he didn't hear them identify themselves. ABC News' Alex Perez reports on hours of audio released from grand jury proceedings in the Breonna Taylor case.