One of the officers involved was said to be wearing a harness for a body camera, reads the lawsuit, although the department said the harness was empty. According to information in the article, Aguiar is hoping a judge will be able to make a determination regarding the matter.
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Breonna Taylor's Family Sues Over Allegedly Missing Bodycam Footage
Sam Aguiar, an attorney representing the family of Breonna Taylor, has filed a lawsuit alleging several of the police officers involved in the raid that led to Taylor’s death were supposed to be wearing body cameras, and that the Louisville Metro Police Department might be lying about the existence of footage caught by those cameras. So reports NBC News.
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