Breonna Taylor's family is suing the police to release the body camera lens, the department said there is no existence

Abstract: The demonstrator held a sign, this is a black woman's black Taylor's image. He is an official of the Louisvilry subway police station, Denver, Denver, Denver, Denver, George Freud, Denver, June 3, 202...

The demonstrator held a sign, this is a black woman's black Taylor's image. He is an official of the Louisvilry subway police station, Denver, Denver, Denver, Denver, George Freud, Denver, June 3, 2020 Hold Denver in Colorado. Jason Corolizer / AFP kills her in the face of the body camera lens based on the lawsuit submitted on Wednesday by Getty Images  Breonna Taylor.
Louisville police said that Louisville police did not activate the body camera during the raid, but Taylor's family's lawyer said in a suit, he found that it is difficult to believe that there is no lens. Several officials of RAID have been released on the Axon Body camera, which will be automatically recorded when the light strip of the police car is opened, and the Taylor family lawyer Sam Aguia is watched inside, which is viewed by inside.  
At least one official in the area of RAID and dozens of people, their light strips are activated at the raid, and the set said that according to the export.  "Simply said that most people are difficult for LMPD members and body cameras ... There is no axial camera that is activated at a point or another angle," said. "Even though those who may be in the vehicle or other location should also be activated to the event mode from the buffer mode, as long as the camera is within the signal unit."
Some of the lenses of the raid are publicly released However, it is deducted that the department deducted a public record showing whether there is an additional body camera lens.  "The plaintiff and the public have an uncompromising person to learn about whether there is future CloudBodberafootage or previously existing rights, from the death of Breonna Taylor around the LMPD Axoncameras," Aguiar written in a suit. From March 20, the document reported by CNN. According to CNN, the lawsuit said that the subway has been the presence of the public.
Taylor's family received 12 million US dollars last year to the city's wrong death settlement. 

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