Transcript for Grand jury transcripts in Breonna Taylor case could be released Wednesday
tomorrow. A juror accusing the Kentucky attorney general of misleading the public about their deliberations. The A.G. Tonight now saying he'll release the transcripts if that's what the judge tells him to do. ABC's Alex Perez from Louisville again tonight. Reporter: Tonight, as demands intensify to find out why a grand jury did not charge officers in the death of breonna Taylor, transcripts could be made public tomorrow. A judge ordering Monday the record of the secret deliberations be filed with the court. The judge could then release them. The state kroerng attorney general Daniel Cameron saying his team presented a thorough and complete case. The one officer that was charged for firing his weapon and endangering neighbors, not for Taylor's death, pleading not guilty. This, as anonymous member of the grand jury coming forward in a rare move, filing a separate motion, asking the records be unsealed, that juror's attorney saying Cameron misrepresented deliberations. My client wants to make sure the truth gets out. My client wants to make sure that anything that happened in there becomes something of public knowledge to the extent it's legally allowed to. Reporter: And David, nearly a week after that grand jury decision and the protests that followed, several streets here remain closed. Many now watching closely to learn when exactly those transcripts could be released to the public. David? All right, Alex Perez tonight. Thank you, Alex.
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