On Tuesday, Attorney General Daniel Cameron of Kentucky lodged a motion that requests the little delay in the release of the grand jury recordings in Breonna Taylor case. He claims that it can hamper witness’s privacy since it is unedited.
The Louisville Courier-Journal reports that Cameron demanded an extra week from the Jefferson County Circuit Court to redact the names of some witnesses. On Wednesday, a motion was filed from Cameron’s office.
The motion will be ruled sometime by the judge on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the court of Jefferson county demanded the release of the recording in response to the motion that was lodged by someone anonymous.
In the motion filed by the anonymous juror, Cameron was accused for “using the panel as a shield to deflect accountability and responsibility for those decisions.” Cameron denied a response against these charges.
On March 13, Hankison, Cosgrove, and Mattingly shot and killed the 26-years-old Taylor during the execution of a search warrant at her home. The warrant was related to Taylor’s ex-boyfriend investigation, named Jamarcus Glover. Later, on the same night Glover was found 10 miles away from Taylor’s home.
In June, Chief Robert Schroeder of Louisville Metro police Interim fired the officer in connection to this case. According to Schroeder, Hankinson blindly shot 10 rounds of bullet in Taylor’s home along with the next door unit. However, Hankinson is processing an appeal for his termination.