Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear held a press conference Wednesday after Attorney General Daniel Cameron announced that the fatal police shooting of Breonna Taylor was legally justified and that one officer would be charged with wanton endangerment because his rounds went into other apartments. Beshear asked Cameron to release the evidence from his investigation.

Beshear did not directly criticize or praise the grand jury's decision, but called on Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron to release as many findings in the case to the public as possible, WLKY reports.

"Now I'm making the request that he post online all the information, evidence, and facts that he can release without impacting the three felony indictments, the three felony counts in the indictment issued today. Everyone can and should be informed and those that are currently feeling frustration, feeling hurt, they deserve to know more. I trust Kentuckians. They deserve to see the facts for themselves," Beshear said.