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Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron has asked a judge to delay releasing documents in the Breonna Taylor case.

Cameron told the court he needed another week to prepare the transcripts and audio recordings for release.

In a statement, Cameron said he needed time to "redact personal identifiers of any named person, and to redact both names and personal identifiers of any witnesses, including addresses and phone numbers."

Cameron's request comes a day after he agreed to immediately release transcripts and recordings of his instructions to the grand jury.

The attorney general agreed to the judge's order after a male juror filed a motion on Monday demanding the transcript be released to the public.

The unnamed juror filed the motion seeking release of the documents because he believed Cameron misled the public.

A lawyer representing the juror said the grand jury was not given the option of charging Louisville Metro Police Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly and Detective Myles Cosgrove.

The 12-member jury was only asked to consider possible charges against Detective Brett Hankison, who was fired in June and was indicted by the grand jury for 3 counts unrelated to Taylor's death.

The juror also took issue with Cameron's assertion that the grand jurors "agreed" with his team's investigation.

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Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron complied with a judge's order to turn over documents presented to the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor murder case.

AG Cameron agreed to the judge's order after a juror filed a motion on Monday demanding the documents be released to the public.

The unnamed juror filed the motion on Monday seeking release of the documents because the juror believes Cameron misled the public when he announced the Grand Jury's decision not to press charges against two of the three cops who fired into Taylor's apartment, killing her in March.

The juror accused Cameron of lying about the evidence that was presented to the Grand Jury. The motion asks the court to release the records "in the interest of justice, transparency, and accountability."

The juror claims Cameron blamed the grand jury for the decision while failing to answer specific questions regarding how the evidence was presented to them.

The juror took issue with Cameron's assertion that the grand jurors "agreed" with his team's investigation.

Legal experts doubted the officers would be charged with murder in Taylor's death because her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired on the police first.

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In related news, Taylor's mother, Tamika Palmer, was heavily criticized after she used a portion of her $12 million settlement with the city to buy a $800,000 mansion and a $200,000 Bentley.

Palmer is pictured with her attorney, Benjamin Crump, who received 30% of the settlement as part of his attorney fees.