Update (12:30 p.m.): Attorney General Daniel Cameron is now expected to share his findings with press at 1:30 p.m. in Frankfort, Kentucky. His findings will determine whether or not the officers involved in the death of Breonna Taylor’s death will face criminal charges.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer has declared a state of emergency ahead of Kentucky State Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s announcement about the Breonna Taylor investigation.
“Our goal is ensuring space and opportunity for potential protesters to gather and express their First Amendment rights after the announcement,” Fischer stated.
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Fischer added that he has no knowledge of when or how Cameron’s announcement will be made. Cameron is poised to inform the public whether or not the six officers involved in Taylor’s death will be met with criminal charges.
Meanwhile, the Louisville Metro Police Department launched an internal investigation into the six officers involved in Taylor’s death. Disciplinary action from the investigation could range from a written reprimand or dismissal from the police force.