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The lawsuit filed by former Det. Joshua Jaynes relies heavily on the three days of testimony heard by the merit board whose findings allegedly "included false facts … which resulted in an arbitrary decision."
Detective Joshua Jaynes has not commented on the situation, but his attorney said the detective "feels betrayed."
Joshua Jaynes, the detective who sought the search warrant for Breonna Taylor's home, says there was enough evidence to issue the warrant despite questions about its legitimacy.
Louisville Police Chief Rob Schroeder said the move was made amid questions about why and how the warrant was approved.