September 30, 2020 | 4:25pm
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron has been given until Friday to release grand jury recordings in the Breonna Taylor case.
The reprieve comes after Cameron, who was ordered by a Jefferson County state court judge to release the records by noon Wednesday, asked for a one-week extension to “redact personal identifiers of any named person.”
Instead, he has until noon Friday, CNN reported.
The order to make 20 hours of recordings of the grand jury deliberation came after one of the jurors filed a court motion to have the records released so that “the truth may prevail.”
The anonymous juror claimed that Cameron misrepresented the instructions given to the panel when he announced the results of the proceedings last week.
The grand jury cleared three cops involved in Taylor’s March 13 shooting death of criminal wrongdoing in the 26-year-old EMT’s death — and only charged one since-fired officer of “wantonly” firing his weapon into her apartment during a botched police raid.
Kevin Glogower, the lawyer for the unidentified juror, accused Cameron of doing “damage control” when he announced the grand jury decision.
Cameron conceded Tuesday that he did not ask the panel to consider homicide charges against the Louisville cops — Sgt. Jonathan Mattingly, Det. Myles Cosgrove, and ex-cop Brett Hankison.
Hankison was the officer indicted on the gun charge. He pleaded not guilty last week and is free on a $15,000 bond.
Taylor was sleeping when police burst into the home with a narcotics warrant. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, fired at the cops, saying he did not realize they were police officers.
Mattingly was shot in the leg and wounded, with the cops returning fire and fatally shooting Taylor.