Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, who has been heavily scrutinized for his handling of the Breonna Taylor case, will now have armed security protecting him and his family through the end of the year after he received threats to his safety, according to CNN. The Government Contract Review Committee approved Daniel Cameron’s request for security after he received “several serious, credible threats to the Attorney General’s health, welfare, and safety,” according to documents from his office.
The contract is purportedly retroactive from August 26 and will expire on December 31, 2020. The price to safeguard Cameron and his family was approved up to $300,000.
“Our office has received detailed threats against the Attorney General, his wife, and members of his family,” Cameron’s office told CNN in a statement. “The Attorney General’s protective detail committed that given the credibility of such threats, additional personnel and resources were needed to provide the ……
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