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Mattingly was shot in the leg during the March 13, 2020, raid by Taylor’s boyfriend, who said he feared an intruder was breaking into the apartment and fired a single shot when officers used a battering ram to break down the door.
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly’s book will be published by Tennessee-based Post Hill Press.
Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly sent the email the day before a Jefferson County grand jury's decision in the Taylor case was made public.
Sam Aguiar says LMPD confirmed to him via email the existence of at least 18 additional body camera videos from officers involved in the execution of search warrants related to the narcotics investigation that led police to Taylor's door.
The Louisville Police Merit Board will meet later this month, and then there will be a public hearing for former Detective Joshua Jaynes.
In addition, Det. Joshua Jaynes in his own email to the department referenced Cosgrove's letter and said "the city has destroyed our lives, and they truly do not care."
Detective Joshua Jaynes has not commented on the situation, but his attorney said the detective "feels betrayed."
The judge said a decision will be made in the next several weeks.
Walker's attorney, Steve Romines, told WDRB News that Perry called him Sunday after making a donation to the GoFundMe page.
Kenneth Walker, however, has claimed he was acting in self-defense, believing officers were intruders breaking into Taylor's apartment.