New Yorkers call for justice as grand juror files motion for all records to be released in Breonna Taylor case
People are expected to protest in front of the Bell Tower Monument in Riverdale to continue the call for justice in the Breonna Taylor case.
The rally was originally supposed to be held Tuesday but was canceled due to the weather.
The Kentucky attorney general has until Friday at noon to release the audio transcript in the Breonna Taylor case to the public.
Daniel Cameron asked for a one-week delay in the motion filed Tuesday, arguing it was necessary to protect the identities of witnesses named in the recordings.
Protesters across the country and New York City have been taking to the streets demanding justice for Taylor.
Former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment. He is the only officer in that incident facing any kind of charges.
An anonymous grand juror filed a motion requesting all records be released to the public including recordings, transcripts and reports suggesting Cameron may have misrepresented the case to the public, according to the anonymous juror's attorney.
Many are expected to show up in front of the Bell Tower Monument tonight, writing on social media that there will be no peace without justice for Breonna Taylor.