Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron called Breonna Taylor's death "a tragedy" and said that "sometimes, the criminal law is not adequate," he said today during a news conference in Louisville.
"This is a tragedy. And sometimes, the criminal law is not adequate to respond to a tragedy. And I fully acknowledge that and I know many that are watching today and those listening recognize that as well," Cameron said. "But the response is that the grand jury was given all of the evidence, presented all the information, and ultimately, made the determination that Detective [Brett] Hankison was the one to be indicted."