Community activist Christopher 2X got an update on the FBI’s investigation into whether Breonna Taylor’s civil rights were violated.On Sunday, Community activist Christopher 2X along with those in his non-profit “Gamechangers” spoke about their Sunday conference call with the special agent in charge of the Kentucky FBI, Robert Brown.The FBI has been investigating whether Breonna Taylor’s civil rights were violated for several months.”The hope that we received from the FBI is that there is one more step, one more process, one more eye looking at the situation,” said Christie Welch, with the non-profit Gamechangers.While 2x says details of the case were not shared, he does get the impression resources are being provided by the FBI.”They’ve got two veteran civil rights attorneys out of the justice department, which is out of D.C. to work on the Breonna Taylor shooting situation and as it relates to the federal investigation,” said 2X.Starting in the next several weeks, he also says the FBI will take part in community discussions to be as transparent as possible.”They’re confident that they will give this community clarity and it will be in a sharp and precise time frame, they’re not going to overpromise anything and they’re not going to under promise anything,” 2X told WLKY.It comes days after an attorney for the grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case filed a request to speak publicly about the grand jury proceedings. Those proceedings are typically private and a judge has to approve it but 2X says that decision could have a ripple effect on other jurors speaking.”I got a call and it’s in connection with a second grand juror,” he said.While the FBI continues to investigate, 2X and others say transparency from possible grand juror’s can lead to some much needed answers for those in the community. “We’re in unison about asking to lift the silence off the grand jurors so they can be more transparent with the community,” said 2X.The attorney representing that anonymous grand juror tells WLKY a judge will rule Monday morning on whether to allow the grand juror to speak publicly, about the grand jury proceedings.

Community activist Christopher 2X got an update on the FBI’s investigation into whether Breonna Taylor’s civil rights were violated.

On Sunday, Community activist Christopher 2X along with those in his non-profit “Gamechangers” spoke about their Sunday conference call with the special agent in charge of the Kentucky FBI, Robert Brown.

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The FBI has been investigating whether Breonna Taylor’s civil rights were violated for several months.

“The hope that we received from the FBI is that there is one more step, one more process, one more eye looking at the situation,” said Christie Welch, with the non-profit Gamechangers.

While 2x says details of the case were not shared, he does get the impression resources are being provided by the FBI.

“They’ve got two veteran civil rights attorneys out of the justice department, which is out of D.C. to work on the Breonna Taylor shooting situation and as it relates to the federal investigation,” said 2X.

Starting in the next several weeks, he also says the FBI will take part in community discussions to be as transparent as possible.

“They’re confident that they will give this community clarity and it will be in a sharp and precise time frame, they’re not going to overpromise anything and they’re not going to under promise anything,” 2X told WLKY.

It comes days after an attorney for the grand juror in the Breonna Taylor case filed a request to speak publicly about the grand jury proceedings.

Those proceedings are typically private and a judge has to approve it but 2X says that decision could have a ripple effect on other jurors speaking.

“I got a call and it’s in connection with a second grand juror,” he said.

While the FBI continues to investigate, 2X and others say transparency from possible grand juror’s can lead to some much needed answers for those in the community.

“We’re in unison about asking to lift the silence off the grand jurors so they can be more transparent with the community,” said 2X.

The attorney representing that anonymous grand juror tells WLKY a judge will rule Monday morning on whether to allow the grand juror to speak publicly, about the grand jury proceedings.

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