A Kentucky judge on Wednesday delayed the release of grand jury recordings in the Breonna Taylor case until Friday at noon after Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's Office moved to delay the release of the proceedings.
AG Cameron's Office filed the motion to delay the release late on Tuesday to protect witnesses and "particular private citizens" named in the recording.
The Grand Jury delivered its report on Taylor's case to a Jefferson County Circuit judge on Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Following the Grand Jury's presentation of its report, it was announced that former LMPD Detective Brett Hankison was indicted on three counts of 1st Degree Wanton Endangerment for firing his weapon into an apartment adjacent to Taylor's where three other residents were home.
AG Cameron spoke on the unfolding of the Grand Jury's decisions and said that the investigation had been completed, revealing some details of the case that were previously unknown.
You can view the extension ordered by the judge on Wednesday below.