The anonymous grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case who brought legal action to make the proceedings public has now criticized its special prosecutor, Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron.
The juror asked for permission to speak publicly about the secret grand jury deliberations over what charges to bring against the four officers who fired into Taylor’s home and killed her. Jefferson County Circuit Court Judge Annie O’Connell has yet to make a decision, but Cameron has already announced he will appeal the decision if the judge grants it.
Yahoo News reports that Kevin Glogower, the attorney representing the anonymous juror, filed a response Sunday accusing Cameron of taking advantage of his position. The juror took offense to Cameron speaking publicly but forcing them to stay quiet.
“Anonymous Grand Juror #1 submits the Attorney General cannot choose to part from the rules in disclosing information and then use his position to prevent others from responding to his misleading remarks,” the filing, obtained by CNN, read in part.
The filing goes on to say Cameron commenting on the case “makes it overwhelmingly clear it is his position he should be allowed to…