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Kentucky ‘s deeply unpopular AG Daniel Cameron tried to delay audio release, he has now failed to do so

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Kentucky ‘s wildly unpopular Attorney General Daniel Cameron has announced today that his office has filed a motion to delay the release of grand jury recordings in the death of Breonna Taylor. According to his office — Cameron is now seeking to delay the recordings by a week or more as they seek to take out names and the like that may incriminate those involved in the case.

Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron addresses the media in Frankfort, Ky., on Wednesday following the return of a grand jury investigation into the death of Breonna Taylor.   (AP Photo/Timothy D. Easley)

The Courier-Journal reports that the reported audio proceedings are about 20 hours long and their original form contains the information of those involved. The AG ‘s office wants some of those names and such removed amid renewed calls for his resignation and further protests. In case it couldn’t get any worse, the grand-jury in the case confirmed this week that they were misled and not given the option to indict all of the cops involved in Breonna Taylor ‘s murder.

However, it looks like that attempt failed as the tapes WILL be released on Friday according to reports.

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