Judge orders city to divert over radio audio files from Breonna Taylor fatal shooting
MetroSafe has until Aug. 7 to turn over the audio files.
MetroSafe, Louisville’s emergency communications system, has close to 7 days to turn over the recorded radio discussions from the evening of the deadly shooting of Breonna Taylor.
A judge determined on early Wednesday (July 29), as per WLKY. Lawyer Sam Aguiar documented to get the accounts discharged in the interest of Taylor’s family for their civil lawsuit against previous Louisville cop Brett Hankison.
Aguiar scrutinized Hankison’s whereabouts during the evening of the lethal shooting. The lawyer guarantees that the previous officer left the scene for very nearly two hours. Aguiar needs MetroSafe to divert over audio chronicles from all cosed strategic channels too.
It’s been more than four months since Taylor was lethally shot within her home. Hankison, Jon Mattingly and Myles Cosgrove were the officers associated with the shooting. None of them have been captured or accused of her death. Hankison is the main officer who was terminated for his contribution.
Her case has gotten national consideration as entertainers and professional athletes request that the officers be held responsible for her demise. Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James utilized his post-scrimmage question and answer session to carry attention to her case.
“First of all, I want to continue to shed light on justice for Breonna Taylor and to her family and everything that’s going on with that situation,” James said.
“We want the cops arrested who committed that crime. In the state of Kentucky — what’s going on down there — I know a lot of people are feeling the same,” he continued. “Us as the NBA and [as] players — me as one of the leaders of this league — I want her family to know and I want the state of Kentucky to know that we feel for her and we want justice. That’s what it’s all about. What’s right is right and what’s wrong is wrong.”
MetroSafe has until Aug. 7 to turn over the accounts.