Wednesday at a press conference, Cameron announced that a grand jury brought no charges against Louisville police for the killing of Breonna Taylor in March.
'Each case is unique and cannot be compared,' Cameron declared, already aware of the raging shouting comments of many celebrities across the globe.
'There will be celebrities, influencers, and activists who have never lived in Kentucky will try to tell us how to feel, suggesting they understand the facts of this case and that they know our community and the commonwealth better than we do. But they don't,' he said.
Cameron explained his job is 'to set aside everything in pursuit of the truth.'
The grand jury indicted one of the three officers who fired during the March 13 raid, charging Brett Hankison on three counts of wanton endangerment for alleged wild shots that entered a neighboring apartment.
The other two officers were not charged, since Taylor's boyfriend first opened fire, striking one officer. a realization that brought the Grand jury to justify their actions.
Celebrities including actress Viola Davis, 'Schitt's Creek' creator and star Dan Levy, actor George Clooney, rapper Common, and Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James have been expressing outrage at the Grand jury's decision on social media.
Davis expressed her outrage calling the outcome a 'Bulls*** decision!!!'
'BLACK LIVES MATTER!!! Cannot be said enough times,' the Oscar-winning actress, 55, continued, also reposting messages from the NAACP and TV One.
NBA star James tweeted: 'I've been lost for words today! I'm devastated, hurt, sad, mad! We want Justice for Breonna yet justice was met for her neighbor's apartment walls and not her beautiful life. Was I surprised at the verdict? Absolutely not but d***I was & still hurt and heavily hearted!'
'Breonna Taylor's life had value. She and her family deserve justice. Black women matter. Black Lives matter.'
'Scandal' star Kerry Washington showed her anger, sharing a post by the ACLU, which said: 'Today's verdict is not accountability and not close to justice.'
Though, Cameron knows he is in a position where sometimes he is expected to be criticized.
Cameron commented: 'Our reaction to the truth is the society we want to be. Do we really want the truth? Or do we want a truth that fits our narrative? Do we want the facts? Are we content to blindly accept our own version of events? We, as a community, must make this decision.'