In a letter published on Sunday, Greg Fisher stated that the early release of these documents could jeopardize the investigation.
Louisville, ky. — Louisville, Kentucky. (WHAS11) – mayor Greg Fischer rejected the request of the metro Council to produce all documents in the case Breonna Taylor.
In a letter published SundayMayor Fisher said that while he takes the Council’s request in good faith, their request would include “investigatory materials currently being considered, the FBI, Department of justice and attorney General.”
Early release of documents, he said, would jeopardize their investigation.
Fisher also said that he is still bound to refrain from commenting on issues related to the dismissal of officer Brett Hankison.
“I won’t, and I am obliged to take measures not to harm the integrity of the criminal case,” said Fisher explained in the letter.
However, the mayor said he would be willing to provide “great detail” about the investigation team placed and work on the Avenue to Elliott in accordance with the plan vision Russell redevelopment.
Taylor’s lawyers argued that city officials used the police to target her ex-boyfriend home and Jamarcus Glover and others, on the Avenue Elliott, to make way for a multimillion-dollar project.
Fisher said that the purpose of the initiative the vision of Russell was to provide a safe, clean, desirable area for residents of Russell, including those residing on the Avenue Elliott.
“I know that we all agree that the residents of Russell deserve such conditions and appreciate the work that we have done and will do for that.”
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