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  Kentucky AG office and officer in Breonna Taylor raid argue to keep investigative materials from public
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Last EditedWA Indy  Oct 29, 2020 09:15am
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AuthorSonia Moghe
News DateThursday, October 29, 2020 03:15:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionThe Kentucky Attorney General's Office and an attorney for the former police officer charged for his actions in connection with the raid that killed Breonna Taylor argued Wednesday to keep investigative materials from being released to the public.

The arguments comes as the Louisville Courier-Journal has intervened in the case, asking for discovery materials to be filed as part of the court's public record, and an attorney for the paper argued the public has a right to know how the case of former Louisville Metro Police Department officer Brett Hankison is being handled.
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