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Gregory Bush apologized to more than a dozen members of Maurice Stallard and Vicki Jones’ families, telling them he was off his medication before the shootings and “bombarded by mental illness,” hearing voices threatening to kill his son.
“The large and diverse population of Jefferson County bodes well for the seating of a qualified jury in this case,” according to the motion by the Kentucky Attorney General's office.
The exhibition is part of a concerted effort to welcome more diversity in NuLu.
The councilman said the city's health department owes the public more transparency and data.
Federal prosecutors will not seek the death penalty as directed by the U.S. attorney general, according to the change of plea documents filed last week.
A council committee on equity is studying the demographics of city departments.
“There is substantial evidence to conclude that the defendant Mr. Bush has been restored to competency," Judge Annie O'Connell ruled.
Civil War artifacts tied to Black soldiers are highly collectible and incredibly rare, a museum official said.
“This is how we conduct all our stops,” a Ninth Mobile police officer said a woman police were frisking. “We're a different kind of unit that works a little different than traditional.”