The juror wants to wait until after a hearing on the first major juror to come forward, Christopher 2X said. That hearing is due to take place on Wednesday at 1 p.m., Kentucky Attorney General’s spokeswoman Elizabeth Kuhn said.
Meanwhile, an attorney for Taylor’s family has sent an open letter to Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear demanding that a new grand jury be convened to reopen their case.
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Grand jury scrutinized
The Christopher 2X organization also wants the Grand Jury’s transcripts and recordings to be released and for the judges to speak.
Taylor was fatally shot and killed in her home in March by drug warrant officers. The grand jury’s decisions were considered as none of the police officers involved were charged with her death. One officer was charged in connection with shots fired into an adjacent apartment.
Kevin Glogower, attorney for the first great juror, told CNN on Sunday, “We heard from a potential juror who has expressed a similar desire to speak publicly and appreciate their efforts to make sure this is their best Choice is. “
Glogower added, “Hopefully our clients’ bravery has helped them through a difficult thought process. Our team will assist them in every possible way.”
Community meeting planned
Game Changers members said Sunday that they had spoken to an FBI representative about the “civil rights investigation” into the incident and that they would set up community engagement meetings to connect the agency with the public.
“I believe there is no way in the last week and in a few days to have any level of comfort and confidence in this community until we have real living people who have investigated this situation in the context of their civic duty,” said Christopher 2X.
Tim Beam of the FBI office in Louisville said the community engagement meetings are being held on Sunday to educate the public about their efforts and to foster a better understanding of the agency’s role in the community.