A Kentucky grand juror has said the jury was not given the opportunity to consider homicide charges in the killing of Breonna Taylor by police. The BBC reports that Taylor, a 26-year-old black hospital worker, was shot six times when police forced their way into her apartment in Louisville, Kentucky, on 13 March. The anonymous juror was permitted to release the statement by a judge who ruled it was in the public interest. In the statement, they said the state’s attorney general only presented to the jury wanton endangerment charges, to be considered against one officer.