VT: The Kentucky grand jury that decided not to charge the two officers, Mattingly (not ours) and Cosgrove was, in fact, never allowed to discuss charging them at all.
The decision that was passed on to the press as a “finding” of the Grand Jury was, in fact, a fabricated finding of a rigged grand jury hearing where the case against the two officers was never presented at all.
CBS News:…While the juror acknowledged that they are legally forbidden from discussing what was said during the recorded proceedings, they asked permission to share “details surrounding the actions outside of those recorded proceedings and anything that did NOT happen in the grand jury proceedings.”
. That includes “
discussion of charges that were NOT presented to the grand jury,
explanations of the law that were NOT provided to the grand jury,
defenses or justifications that were NOT detailed during the proceedings,
witnesses that did NOT testify, potential defendants that were NOT presented, and/or
individuals or officials who were NOT present for the proceedings,” according to the filing.
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