KENTUCKY — Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) announced that teams representing his office and FBI Louisville met today to review the ballistics report from the Breonna Taylor Case. Cameron's office serves as special prosecutor over the case.
What You Need To Know
- Teams representing Attorney General's Office, FBI Louisville meet to discuss Breonna Taylor case
- Discuss newly-received ballistics report
- Cameron says additional analysis needed after report
- No decision on Taylor case to come this week
"Without video evidence of the shooting, this report is a critical step in the investigation and provides a clearer picture of what happened on the night of March 13," said a tweet from Cameron's Twitter account.
Also on Twitter, Cameron said his office would undertake additional steps with the information in the report to complete the investigation.
Over the weekend, Cameron announced his office had received the report and that no announcement on the Taylor case would be made this week. He said there is additional analysis that needs to take place.
Taylor was killed in March when Louisville Metro Police Department officers executed a no-knock warrant at her apartment. Cameron has faced significant pressure from activists to charge the officers involved in her death.