By the Associated Press

Kentucky’s attorney general is seeking to delay the release of records in the Breonna Taylor grand jury proceeding just as it was set to be released to the public.

Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s office filed a motion Wednesday morning asking for a week delay to the release so officials could redact names and personal information from the recording. A court in Louisville was expected to release the audio recordings on Wednesday.

Cameron has acknowledged that he recommended that the jury indict just one of the officers, for the wanton endangerment of Taylor’s neighbors. Protesters have demanded more accountability in the case after last week’s announcement.

Activists and Taylor’s family have called for the grand jury file to be released.