Breonna Taylor family lawyer Sam Aguiar made a strong statement Tuesday morning that Taylor’s entire family said “Tell Us The Right Way” from the Louisville Metro Police Department (LMPD).
Taylor Killed in March then the officers forced her into her home and changed hands with her boyfriend according to a lawsuit filed by her mother. The Louisville Metro Police Department said that when they entered Taylor’s house just before 1 am on March 13, the officers ordered a search for a drug investigation.
Aguiar points out that the LMPD rejected the family’s repeated open registration requests and that the open registration requests related to the subject were appealed to the attorney general’s office.
“For months, we’ve followed the truth surrounding what happened during and after the Breonna Taylor murder. And for months, LMPD and Mayor Fischer have covered it. ”
Aguiar said last Friday that the Louisville Metro Coroner Office was the deadline for an autopsy on Taylor’s death, and the mayor’s deadline to produce all communications related to Taylor’s death.
Aguiar accuses the mayor of presenting all the information about Taylor’s death investigation to the city counselor and hiding it from Taylor’s family legal representation.
Aguiar continues to call these actions “above the law” taken by mayor Greg Fischer’s office, and says they have been going on for a very long time in that administration. system. ”
The lawyer said that Louisville ignored Taylor’s family request for an independent investigation and was “defeated only by national anger and urgency” by “Andy Beshear”.
Aguiar ends his word by telling Taylor’s mother, Tamika, “deserves the truth” and “the city deserves the truth.”
CNN reached Louisville city officials for comments, the Louisville Metro Police, and Kentucky Chief Prosecutor for comments.